I was led to believe the Madcatz Fightpad (wired) for Xbox360 would work with Windows 7 32bit, so I bought one.
The Microsoft website says (laughably) - ‘This product installs automatically without extra software’.
Apart from a brief flash of the light ring when you plug it in, indicating the USB socket has power, it doesn’t recognise it in any way, let alone actually work.
The Madcatz FAQ states, in relation to this problem - ‘You may simply need to download the Xinput Driver from Microsoft.com to remedy the situation’.
This does not solve the problem, or change the situation in anyway. Still not so much as a recognition that a control pad is even connected.
So, with the company that made the OS, and the company that made the fightpad equally clueless, I suppose I might as well ask here.
How do you get a Madcatz Xbox360 wired fightpad to work under Windows 7? :shake: