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Issues with SCP Package for DS3 [Bluetooth troubles)
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Hello, most of you know the thread of the SCP Drivers to use DS3 & DS4 wired & wireless: http://forums.pcsx2.net/Thread-XInput-Wr...ler?page=1

I have no problem with the working package with my Dualshock3, everything works perfectly, wether it's wired or bluetooth mode.

The problem? The drivers included in the SCP Package (when I install SCPDriver.exe) and everything finishes... All my bluetooth devices are overrided, and bluetooth apps dissapear from Control panel, and Devices Manager.


Here's my control panel when I don't install the bluetooth drivers from SCP (using DS3 by cable):

http://i.imgur.com/tZl4vDr.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/kLmJlbX.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/m38xdvu.jpg

Everything's cool, everything is in place (even I don't know why I don't see the bluetooth device in Devices & Printers... anybody knows why?)


And here's the pictures when I do the full instal from SCP Package (bluetooth drivers):

http://i.imgur.com/dfPsabc.jpg (Gone)
http://i.imgur.com/9Ns4vPH.jpg (Adress gone)

And it's gone everywhere anyway, no needs for pictures. But the weird thing is that the bluetooth still working, since my Dualshock3 works in bluetooth! But those drivers override everything and it scares me...

So please, is there a way I can implant those bluetooth drivers in my actual drivers without overriding anything, so everything stays put? Thank you, I hope everything is clear. Sad

ps: I'm under w7, 64bits, bluetooth Atheros AR3011
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#2
It says in the SCP driver post that you HAVE to dedicate your bluetooth device SOLELY to the DS3 if you want wireless for it.

If you wanna use your bluetooth for something else, use the DS3 wired. Disable the bluetooth option when installing the SCP driver.
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(08-16-2014, 09:18 PM)Blyss Sarania Wrote: It says in the SCP driver post that you HAVE to dedicate your bluetooth device SOLELY to the DS3 if you want wireless for it.

If you wanna use your bluetooth for something else, use the DS3 wired. Disable the bluetooth option when installing the SCP driver.




Sorry, I didn't catch up with that, the source I come from (french) didn't mention that, so it's not only me? Thank you for your answer, there's no fix possible?
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From: http://forums.pcsx2.net/Thread-XInput-Wr...Controller

Quote:Note : The Bluetooth Driver requires that you dedicate a Bluetooth Dongle to DS3/DS4 use. It will not be usable by other Bluetooth devices after the driver has been installed.

No, there is no fix, since that is the way the driver is designed.
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Since (as said in the linked thread), this wrapper isnt developed anymore, i highly doubt so.
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(08-16-2014, 09:37 PM)jesalvein Wrote: Since (as said in the linked thread), this wrapper isnt developed anymore, i highly doubt so.


It's been dropped?
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#7
I didn't know that, since the last update was only 5 months ago.

Either way, it's still the best way to connect a DS3 to a PC, definitely.

Edit: I think he was referring to:

Quote:The Filter Driver + Wrapper is no longer supported.

An updated XInput Wrapper is included as part of the Driver Package and maintains backward compatibility with :

- DS3 on SCP Filter Driver
- DS3 on libusb-win32 Filter Driver
- DS2 on Play.com USB Adapter
- SpeedLink Strike FX pad.

Which I think refers to an old version of how the program worked.
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(08-16-2014, 09:48 PM)Blyss Sarania Wrote: I didn't know that, since the last update was only 5 months ago.

Either way, it's still the best way to connect a DS3 to a PC, definitely.

Edit: I think he was referring to:


Which I think refers to an old version of how the program worked.



The old version wasn't overriding the drivers?
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#9
So how do we uninstall these drivers so we can restore our bluetooth adapter back to the way it was??
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#10
There should be an uninstall option on the driver installer.
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