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XBox 360 Controller Driver allows you to use wired XBox 360 Controllers via USB, and wireless XBox 360 Controllers via the Microsoft Wireless Gaming Receiver for Windows, on your OS X machine, including support for the Apple Force Feedback library. The driver is licenced under the GPL.

What's New

Version 0.12:
  • Signed for OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard
  • Lots of device support
  • ChatPad fixes

Requirements

Mac OS X 10.4 or later

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EW4004 Member IconComment+0
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MacBook Pro running 10.7.5. Bought new Microsoft Xbox Controller bundled with receiver. Installed the TattieBogle driver. Restarted. Plugged in the the receiver (no light on). Turned on the controller. Controller shows solid blinking circle. Pressed and held button on receiver a few secs til blinking. Pressed little button on back of controller until circle is spinning.

As soon as they're on together they both stop but don't sync. Receiver stops blinking, controller goes back to solid blinking circle. I've reinstalled the driver a few times. Tried starting receiver searching first, controller searching first. But they won't sync. Xbox 360 Controllers SysPref pane hasn't registered anything other than No Devices Found.

Suggestions? Muchas gracias!

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Version 0.12
Spudboy Member IconComment+67
Spudboy
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Works great for me.

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Version 0.12
Spudboy
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I forgot to mention I'm using a wireless controller.

Fromage-Head Member IconReview+55
Fromage-Head
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Works pretty good, but… only with 0.11

0.12 don't see my wired controller. I'm using osx 10.7.5.

My other concern is that it won't remember my deadzone settings. I have to re-set them at every mac os restart. A bit tedious…

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Version 0.12
MikeL8534 Member IconReview+0
MikeL8534
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Worked well with Snow Leopard and Lion, sometimes with Mountain Lion and now not at all with Mavericks.

The plug-in does not recognise or pick up that a wired controller has been plugged in and when the controller is unplugged it cause the macbook to crash and restart. A wireless controller never worked for me in any version of Mac.

Running MacBook Pro 13" (mid 2010) OSX 10.9

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Version 0.12
Bousozoku Member IconComment+151
Bousozoku
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Since 10.8.4, I've been having trouble with the controller not being recognized. When I disconnect it, there is a kernel panic. This was happening with version 0.11, so I updated to 0.12, which works similarly. I've submitted the crash reports to Apple.

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Version 0.12
TmanDavies Member IconReview+0
TmanDavies
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So, I'm able to download the program fine on my MacBook Pro running OSX 10.7.5. Now when I open the program up under System Preferences it is unable to locate a device. The controller is plugged into the USB port... My controller just blinks a solid green circle... Is there any advice or trouble shooting I could do? I'm trying to play GTA for what it's worth. I've tried restarting my computer. I've installed it several times leaving the controller plugged in and unplugged to see if that made a difference. Every little thing I can think of doesn't work. I don't know if it just wont work with this controller OR if I'm just doing something wrong. Thank you for your help in advance.
-T

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Version 0.11
DaK4RM Member IconReview+0
DaK4RM
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Works great!!!

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Version 0.11
fsogamer Member IconReview+1
fsogamer
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ok but can be buggy...

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Version 0.11
Ikir Member IconReview+198
Ikir
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I use it since few months and my XBoX 360 USB controller works perfectly with most games.

0.11 is available
http://tattiebogle.net/index.php/ProjectRoot/Xbox360Controller/OsxDriver#toc1

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Version 0.10
Tanner1294 Member IconReview+7
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This sounds like a great thing but on an iBook G4, PowerBook G4 and a PowerMac G4, it doesn't work. At all. The controller is never recognized by the computer or the 360 Controller Preferences. I've tried using this with every new version that's released but none work with these computers. And now that his PowerMac G5 has died, for some reason every single version of it (including the original) on his website no longer works with PowerPC based Macs. Well, at least the preferences pane doesn't. (It flat out says, "this preference pane cannot be opened because it is not compatible with PowerPC based Macs." I've never heard of a PREFERENCE PANE being Intel or PPC based.)
This is garbage.

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Version 0.10
Umaromc
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The Preference Pane is the front end for a driver, which IS Intel only.

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Version 0.12
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Version 0.11
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Droymac
Version 0.10
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Gordon Kent
Version 0.10
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Ikir
Version 0.09
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Date 01 Mar 2013
Platform Intel 64 / OS X / Intel 32
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