Zlasher, post: 5384134 wrote:
I have the same problem as you, I figured my Intel chipset would have been fine and now I just have to play on my other laptop which is XP 32bit for now...
The Game mario316, post: 2662605 wrote:
Sorry to double post but to update this quote here, I bought this and just installed it. Tested it out and my stick is working perfect on it so I recommend this for anyone that's having a problem trying to get there PS3 stick to work on the PC
solidgear91, post: 2662598 wrote:
I am curious has to whether this will allow my ps3 TE to work on my desktop:
Newegg.com - Rosewill 4+1 VIA USB 2.0 PCI Adapter Model RC-103
It seems to be the correct chipset but can anymore confirm that it is? Has anyone here had user experience with this product?
EvilRyuX, post: 5401987 wrote:
I ordered this from Newegg as well and, just like The Game mario316, my PS3 TE stick now works on my computer. I'm using Windows 7 64bit as well with an intel motherboard. Quick plug in, installed the drivers automatically, and then I plugged my stick into the Rosewill card. All inputs work perfectly and I have no further problems.
Try that Rosewill Adapter and hopefully, it should make yours work too. It's a way cheaper alternative to buying another Arcade Stick.
Wheelman56, post: 5450465 wrote:
The sticks might not be compatible with some newer Intel boards. My stick used to work on my old ASUS P5K-V Intel G33 Chipset, but since I upgraded to my GIGABYTE GA-Z68X-UD3-B3 which is an Intel Z68 Chipset, it no longer works. It's identified as the "PC USB Wired Stick 8188", but like the others no buttons register in the test screen. Running Windows 7 x64.
You can't ask for well-thought-out changes off day 1, week 1, or mostly even month 1 play...and that's when the game is out and everyone's in the lab.-Mike_ZIf there's anything we do best, it's breaking games and then making everyone suffer with all the cheapness.-PersiaXOIf you're waiting for a fair & balanced game you're wasting your time. The best players exploit each game within the rules to win.-Alex Valle
d3v, post: 5450473 wrote:
Check under Device Manager to see if it's UHCI or OHCI.
Wheelman56, post: 5450572 wrote:
There is only "Enhanced Host Controller" and no "Universal Host Controller", if that's what you were looking for.
Opt1cLegend, post: 5514751 wrote:
Hey guys, I have a question. So I bought this Round 1 TE PS3 stick from this guy off craigslist, 100$ and the condition of it is almost near brand new, he used it only a few times and then sold it, said he preferred the pad. Once I got the stick I found out you need to have a VIA chipset with usb 1.1 compatibility, so I went ahead and bought this one due to reviews of people saying it fixed the fight stick issue : http://www.amazon.com/Port-USB-2-0-Desktop-Card/dp/B001L4HXVI/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top
I got it today, plugged it in my computer, and plugged my fight stick into it. It STILL doesn't work. I have windows 7 64 bit, and when I go to video game controls setup in windows, it doesnt detect the buttons or the joystick, but I do get PC USB Wired stick 8838 in Street fighter 4 controller settings. I'm really frustrated right now because I was looking forward to using this stick.
Any advice on what I can try? Also, I have attached a picture to show you how I've plugged in the pci card, as you can see in the picture attached the small chip of the pci card doesnt fit properly into the pci slot of my motherboard, my pci slot in my motherboards chip is too big, however my pc still detects the PCI card and devices are working on it,except the fight stick. I'm wondering if this is why its not working.
Note: Other devices such as external hard drive and my phone adapter are working fine while I plug them into this PCI card, so I dont know why the fight stick isnt working. I have yet to test it on a PS3 as I don't have one, but I will go to a friends house and test it if there is no luck in this thread.
Thanks a lot
ExtremeYoshiFan, post: 5523234 wrote:
Out of curiosity, a USB hub contains a hardware controller within it, so is there a chance of someone finding one around that has a compatible USB chipset with the fightsticks? This would make it a lot easier for the laptop users around here. Sorry if this was asked before, I am a little late to the party.
MrSimtang, post: 5556032 wrote:
Do you guys think those extensible host controller interface (http://www.intel.com/technology/usb/xhcispec.htm) USB 3.0 ports would work? They're supposed to replace the universal HCI, so I assume all UCHI devices would be compatible with a xHCI port?
I ask because I live in Australia and newegg and amazon don't ship here, so I can't order that Rosewill RC-103 card. I'm really desperate to try to get this thing working.
dAeLeETnOObKilLA~, post: 5561151 wrote:
Amazon does ship some things to Australia. http://www.amazon.com/Port-USB-2-0-Desktop-Card/dp/B001L4HXVI/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top ships here. It will cost you about $15 including shipping and take 10-forever business days.
http://www.computertarget.com.au/oscom/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=80_81&products_id=1098 Apparently sells them in Australia but I've tired to contact them about price of shipping and stock and haven't gotten a response. I'll try again; maybe you'll have better luck. Don't forget to check computer stores around you, the chipset you're after is VT6212L.
jdm714, post: 5563335 wrote:
You did not have to buy a USB Card when your TE already worked on the PC.
The problem you have right now is specific to SSFIV:AE PC.
Put the switch to LS.