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Using a Wired XBox 360 Controller as a Mouse in Windows

Posted: March 25th, 2010 Author: Gremelin

Using a Wired XBox 360 Controller as a Mouse in Windows

What You'll Need:
1. A Wired XBox 360 Controller
2. Drivers from Microsoft (Should be automatically downloaded from Windows Update when you plug in your controller)
3. Xpadder
4. Our XBox360 Mouse Xpadder Profile (and xBox360 Controller file) (here).

Step 1 - Install Xpadder to your system.
Step 2 - Copy our Xpadder Profile and Controller Files (on Item #4 in the "What You'll Need" section above) to the Xpadder directory and Open them in Xpadder (The Mouse Xpadder file on the Right (Profiles) and the XBox360 Controller File on the Left).

Now, as long as Xpadder is open (generally Minimised to Tray) and the Mouse Profile is selected, your Wired XBox 360 Controller will operate as a system mouse.

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