gigabyte, post: 6314434, member: 10388 wrote:
Does anyone have a fix to this yet? I have a laptop with no pcmcia slot so the usb express card will not work for me..
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d3v, post: 6314494, member: 9887 wrote:
Buy a newer TE. Later revisions of the PS3 PCB no longer have this issue.
Jotatoe, post: 6447447, member: 62499 wrote:
I have almost the same problem as snail only that I'm using a TE-S instead of an SE:(
gushansen83, post: 6464564, member: 62734 wrote:
maybe we can force the USB slot to operate with the correct power setting.
The Fabulous, post: 6482107, member: 63018 wrote:
Made an account just to post this: I recent purchased a Round 1 PS3 TE stick. I was worried as it was shipping because I saw this thread. Since not all PCs, and certainly not my PC, are equipped with the necessary UHCI for the USB of the TE stick, I was really scared for a moment.
However, my worries were put at ease when I put it into a USB 3.0 port on my computer. It works with no problems. It does not work on my USB 2.0 ports where it is recognized as a USB 8838 Stick. I believe this is because of the xHCI (the UHCI replacement) protocol that should be near universal on all USB 3.0 ports. I hope this helps anyone else trying to get their PS3 stick to work on PC!
It is confirmed to work on my PC with no extra drivers, although the buttons need to be set in the game menu.
My motherboard is a GA-870a-UD3
The USB 3.0 chipset is by NEC; it works because of the xHCI.
EDIT: The stick is recognized as a PC USB Wired Stick 8838 regardless of USB 3.0 or 2.0; but the inputs are recognized properly under USB 3.0
Bulbasaur, post: 6490620, member: 59399 wrote:
My USB 3.0-ports worked perfectly, and I want to thank you so much for suggesting trying my USB 3.0 ports, your comment saved me many hours of trying with different random drivers on the internet. You are my hero, thanks!
cba5566, post: 6526699, member: 59660 wrote:
May I know what motherboard you are using now ?
SPLIPH, post: 6545703, member: 63819 wrote:
Hi. spent a lot of time tonight trying to get my SE stick working on my computer. I read that usb 3.0 works just fine. my stick is recognized as USB Wired Stick 8818.
Inputs does not work on my USB 3.0. Very upset =[
Tried both ports. Unplugging excess USB stuff and rebooting the computer did not help.
Motherboard: Gigabyte Z68A-GD80-B3
Does anybody know why the stick would not be working? If it helps to know the USB 3.0 ports on the mobo are by Renesas Electronics. I did some google searching and has left me with the impression that all their USB 3.0 support xHCI. is that true?
The Fabulous, post: 6558388, member: 63018 wrote:
That is strange and a bummer. Your motherboard is by MSI and chipset by NEC, however. Strangers still is that means your stick should actually work. Perhaps it is a difference in protocol between the SE and TEs?
For adjusting USB 2.0 schematic routing path. Choosing "PCH" for Intel guideline design, and choosing "Standard" for USB-IF certification design.
kwago, post: 6560981, member: 8848 wrote:
Could the fact that it is using the stick as a hat switch be why inputs are not registering 100% of the time?
SPLIPH, post: 6566524, member: 63819 wrote:
I got the stick to work [...] I changed the setting "High Speed USB Link" from "PCH" to "Standard" [...] Trying to understand why my stick wasnt working and why this setting fixes it. Here is the setting description: [SIZE=12px]For adjusting USB 2.0 schematic routing path. Choosing "PCH" for Intel guideline design, and choosing "Standard" for USB-IF certification design.[/SIZE]
gushansen83, post: 6931462, member: 62734 wrote:
Shabrout, post: 6931704, member: 56016 wrote:
don't forget to install madcatz driver for 360 controllers, it makes wonders sometimes