Macbook Pro Retina + bootcamp + 360 Round2 TE


#1

Ok, so I have a MBP Retina. I just bootcamped it and installed Win 7Home Premium 64bit.
AE2012 installed and runs great, however, I cannot get any drivers to install for the TE.

Win 7 just does not want to install any driver for it, but it knows that the stick is a Madcatz TE.

While I can use my Qanba Q4RF to play, if I take my MBP with me and someone wants to play, their TE won’t work, so if possible, it’d be nice to get this working right.

I did try installing the generic 360 controller drivers off of microsofts website, but it was a no go either. Anyone have any other ideas?


#2

Once windows is running, insert your osx install disk that came with the MacBook
Run Apple software update


#3

OSX install disk? It didn’t come with one. Bootcamp was installed as a program and then runs as and creates the configure files on an external drive/usb drive. In this case, it downloaded all the drivers.


#4

I’m wondering if it’s the version of Win 7 I have installed. Either that or there must be some conflict/bad drivers for the MBP Retina. It’s just really weird that I don’t have this problem on my desktop. I mostly think it’s really weird that Win 7 can identify that it’s a madcatz te, but it won’t find or install any driver for it…