Windows HardwareID: USB\VID_0079&PID_0006
There are similar names of this device based on the HardwareID number:
- DragonRise® generic usb joystick
- Unitec control xbox para PC - U-C-708
- Generic USB Joystick
- DVTech Gamepad JS35 Shock Master
The device came with some drivers on the CD. It includes the following files:
- 32qu Twin USB Gamepad 64Bit Setup2.exe
- 807 Network Joystick(4a12k)3.70a.exe
- USB Network Driver.exe
- VID_0810&PID_0001 Twin USB Gamepad 64Bit Setup2.exe
Windows 8.1 - 64Bits
- USB Network Joystick - Version 3.70a (2008.11) - I recommend starting with this one.
- USB Network Joystick- CD
Driverless Install - Failure:First I tried to install the gamepad without drivers on a Windows 8.1 - 64 bits machine without the included drivers: I failed, here are some screenshots.
|It recognized it as "Generic USB Joystick"|
|It shows on the "Device and Printers" on Windows 8.1|
|It installed the default Microsoft Drivers, which didn't work.|
|Even that it get recognized as a Joystick, you can not test it and it don't work.|
Driverless Install - Working - But Strange (Lenovo?):On a Lenovo machine In plugged with device without installing the drivers. It recognized the device as "Generic USB Joystic", but it assigned a different driver to it:
DriverInstall - Working - Lenovo Machine:On the same Lenovo machine Installed the driver of the CDs. At the end it used the same "ApsHM64.sys" driver, but it installed "Gamepad Configuration" on Windows 8.1.
On the Windows Gamepad Configuration I got:
|This error got fixed with version 3.70a in Windows 8.1 64bits|
I'm complete lost why is Windows 8.1 recognizing the driver as "ApsHM64.sys" on this Lenovo machine.
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