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Sumoto USB Converter Problems With PJ64

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I am running Windows Vista on a Dell laptop. I use Project 64 for various ROMS, but when I bought an original N64 controller and a Sumoto USB Adapter, troubles arose.

Although the Driver CD refused to work, when I go to "Control Panel>Hardware And Sound>Game Controllers" it shows up as "4 Axis 16 Button Controller" and is PERFECTLY RESPONSIVE when going from said location to "Properties>Test" and hitting buttons/moving the joystick.

This evidence leads me to believe that I am a newfag at PJ64 and simply do not have the right settings on "Configure Controller Plugin" or "Settings", since the controller SEEMINGLY synced with my laptop correctly. If this theory is true or not, could we please have a full Vista installation tutorial from a veteran emulator?

Thank you immensely for your time,
1j3b3h7 ^_^
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I am having the same issue - I got as far as you got. Will someone who has gotten this to work please just do a step by step instruction guide for us. I am just barely missing something... I know it. :drool::drool::drool:
Open input plugin config screen, select the controller in the devices list and assign the buttons to buttons on the controller.
I can't seem to install the driver on the CD though. Is there a way to manually install the driver? I still don't see the controller as an option in NRage's configuration window. However, like the individual above, I am able to see the controller work in the Control Panel under Game Controllers, but I don't get the option to install the driver as New Hardware when I plug it into the USB port. If anyone can help give me a step-by-step it instruction list, it would be greatly appreciated. I would love for this to work.

Ok!!! Nevermind!!! I got it to work! Thanks, squall!!!
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