http://translate.google.com/translate?sl=auto&tl=en&js=n&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&u=http://lavendy.net/special/driver/xi/index.html&act=urlI have not used ePSXe in a long while (since I was on a 32 bit OS), now on win764 I noticed rumble is complete busted. I read some ramblings on the net about ePSXe being a 32bit app and that it does not work because there are no 32bit drivers. In my case it's a HID/PID controller so pid.dll would be the driver. Though I have many applications that are 32bit and work fine with that driver. Nor do I think m$ would mess that up.
Does anyone here know if any version of shark fixes this issue, does the shark pad functionality help with rumble any?
Hi my friend, i tried that before but it did not work for me... I think this is about windows problem like you said, and @shinra358 found the solution that will take me to the old days, thanks again...Hei5enBerG, your issue is more then likely the one that is floating all over the net. For a 32bit application like ePSXe to use a driver on a 64bit OS, your driver dll needs to be registered as 32bit. Yes its complicated, no way around that. This is the best info I have on that subject.
On top of that your running a failed OS... By that I mean, when a large company like Microsoft gives a way a free upgrade (i.e. windows 10 ) to its predecessor (windows9), its a nice way of they "Sorry ya'll we f'd up". In other words, that is only complicating your issue.
Do yourself a favor and stop playing emulators with diver based controller. At least that is my opinion. That or have fun with that link I sent you.
In light of recent events I finally found a game (Gran Turismo 2 - Arcade Mode) that works. I sent an email to the ePSXe team but to really test this for them I need a list of games that support rumble and I can not find that.