The following are two methods to load the drivers without having to press the F8 key and Disable Driver Signing at boot up every time:
http://www.ngohq.com/home.php?page=dseo (I used this method, and the download is at the bottom of the page.)
http://www.itechs-systems.com/pages/...Windows_7.aspx (Suggested by GAFBlizzard but not possible with all OS.)
The following are the files that need to be signed (For the first method, and is for Windows 7 64bit.):
To whom it may concern,
For every start there is an end. The faster we participate as one the better the results would be in the future. I would love to see everyone go and give a like to this Facebook page and share it with users who are also interested to see a Chatpad driver for PC. There are future planned events I might do to make this closer than you think.
Thank you for your time.
Came here because I thought Steam's Big Picture would be amazing with wireless chatpad. Make it happen!
I just wanted to post a quick update. I still can't change my password (in either IE9 or Firefox) and I rarely visit these forums. Anyway, I just noticed a few days ago that apparently Grumbel got the chatpad working with the wireless controller in Linux, and he sent me the info about it. If I take time to work on this again, I would like to add the support. :)
I have been searching for chatpad drivers everywhere. I finally found the one you previously had put together but my hopes were slightly crushed once I found out that it was only for a wired controller. I have been searching for alternatives to the chatpad but have not found anything that would work as well.
Originally Posted by GAFBlizzard
If you can find the time to work on wireless drivers, I would be eternally grateful. I'd also be willing to donate some money for your troubles if you have anything setup for that.
Please do!! freaking microsoft should have done that themselves :(
Originally Posted by GAFBlizzard
This is huge news! :happy:
The details are here in case anyone else has time: https://code.google.com/p/chatpad-su...s/detail?id=46
any news? how long will we wait for wireless driver?
i dont know.. when i started this whole thing i never really thought it would go this far. we raised quite a bit of money too... a LOT more then i thought we would. i dont even know what happened to that money, as the mod that was handling it left the forum. i think the funds went to charity, last i heard
great news on the google code site about wireless drivers though! this has been what, a 3 year process? LOL... ugh... damn microsoft... its been so long that our CHEAP cellphones now double as keyboards quite efficiently, and by next year our screens will physically pop out to have tactile buttons on them... which means they WILL be xbox controllers. point is, by the time these wireless drivers get made it will likely be too late for mainstream.
It's not actually a driver, but until one surfaces, I added support for syncing a wireless Xbox 360 controller and using its chatpad as a keyboard to the Windows uDraw GameTablet PC application at http://brandonw.net/udraw . (you don't need a uDraw tablet to use it, just the 360 wireless receiver and a wireless 360 controller)
It uses libusb/LibUsbDotNet, so you have to create a custom driver (using LibUsbDotNet's INF Wizard) to replace any other one you might have installed for your receiver, but it might be what you need (for now) if you just want to use it as a HTPC remote or something.