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Old 04-19-2010, 06:47 PM   #1
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So I was trying to use my PS3 controller on my PC. However, I DL the file from this page
http://news.filefront.com/how-to-use...oller-on-a-pc/
I installed it, however, I heard the driver uninstall. Then my lights on mouse and keyboard turn off. I restarted my computer, and the lights on them turn back on, but I can't move it. I know they still work because I can use them with the Ubuntu CD.
I noticed it has an uninstall.exe in the folder where it was installed. However, I can't run it because I can't use my mouse or keyboard. I tried safe mode, but that didn't work.

Any Idea?
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Old 04-19-2010, 07:02 PM   #2
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You "heard" the driver uninstall? I'm not sure what you mean by that.

Do you have a PS/2 mouse and keyboard you can try? that file might have hosed the USB drivers in your system.
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You know when like you plug in a USB, it makes a noise, and it makes a different noise when you unplug it? I heard the sound it makes when you unplug a USB.
I'll try a PS/2 Keyboard and mouse. Though, I am not sure if I do have an PS/2 Mouse.
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Got it. So nothing happens when you unplug, then plug in your keyboard and mouse while the system is running? Have you tried different USB ports?
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Yeah, all my USB ports doesn't work.
So I got it to work with the PS/2 devices, however, I can't seem to get my USB ports to work anymore. I tried the uninstall thing in the device manager and restarted my computer. It gave me a "cannot install" (or something similar) error.
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Did you uninstall all USB controllers? Also make sure no USB devices are plugged in while uninstalling and make sure none are disabled.
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Yep, did all those, and no luck.
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Are there any listings for the PS3 controller in device manager? Uninstall it if there is. You could manually look for "LibUSB-Win32" and "libusb0.dll" in Windows and try deleting those.
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At first I uninstalled the LibUSB-Win32, but it said it only removed some of them. So I reinstalled it and reuninstalled it, and now it's all working. Thanks
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There ya go! Good job.
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