, you need to configure the analog joysticks, (there is a way to avoid this later but I haven't look how to write the configuration file), then you are good to go, I use it with MAME and others, I still can't make it work with some snes emulators, hope this work for any who need to use it with the USB port.Windows 10‘s beautiful versatility allows us to use hardware that’s not originally designed for PC on our computers.
If that’s the case, just disable your antivirus program while using the PS3 controller, and you should be good. Make sure none of the programs you’re using are actually malicious and be very careful while surfing the internet with your antivirus protection disabled.
As you probably know, you need proper drivers in order to use the PS3 controller on PC.
complains about enabling bluetooth, then Super Tux 2 can't find the controller anymore when I click scan.
After reading this article, I found out I have to press the PS button to get it working...
Speaking of drivers, some Play Station 3 controller drivers or programs might not work properly in Windows, simply because they’re not digitally signed by Microsoft.
To prevent this, you’ll need to disable digital driver enforcement.
(I had thought it would auto-detect the controller but it didn't.) It works great; I've not had any problems with it.
Like I said, I don't know if it will work for a PS3 controller though, but it might be worth the try.
I can't assign any of actions to a button on the controller. I can configure the controller, and select the Sony Playstation(R)3 Controller from the drop down, but when I try to assign a button, pressing buttons on the PS3 controller doesn't do anything.
On the web, I see tons of guides on how to connect with Bluetooth, but my computer doesn't have a bluetooth dongle, so I just want to connect via USB. I can "configure default profile", which I have tried, but Super Tux 2 nor PCSX react any differently...