I recently purchases a 'PC Wireless Gaming Receiver' for my PC, so I could connect multiple Xbox 360 controllers for multiplayer gaming reasons. However, my Xbox 360 controllers don't seem to want to sync up to the receiver, or (more likely) my PC isn't detecting the receiver as existing.
PC Wireless Gaming Receiver is a Xna Composite device. The developer of this driver was Microsoft. In order to make sure you are downloading the exact right driver the hardware id is USB/MS_COMP_XUSB10. It is as simple as that to install a Windows driver! Windows 10 Iot Printer Driver there.
I am currently running Windows 10, just throwing this information out there. *TROUBLESHOOTING NOTES* • I've already updated everything; Pretty sure my PC is more up-to-date than when I first put it together • The disk didn't do anything when I put it in the disk drive, it just kinds sits there. There are files in it, I've looked at them, I just have no idea where to put them • The windows Device Manager DOES detect something, but it has no idea what it's detecting, and I can't get the device drivers to update, for some reason • I've tried to contact Xbox support - I couldn't even get to the support page before being asked to make an Xbox account, which actually just led to a broken link. So I'm not going through that again, if it's avoidable. I've been troubleshooting for about 4 hours now, and I'm desperate, so I'll do pretty much anything short of sticking a magnet on my hard drive or licking my processor. UPDATES • I did something, ** popped up. Acer Aspire 5742g Drivers For Windows 10 64 Bit on this page.