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ScpToolkit (XInput Wrapper aka ScpServer Reloaded)
(09-19-2015, 09:29 PM)migdilu Wrote: Sorry for the question, are you the official manteinter or this are unofficial releases?

Since the original author Scarlet.Crush has been eaten by wolfs while hunting in the woods I took over the project, so you might call me the new official maintainer Biggrin
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Hello everybody. My DS3 is OK on both usb/BTH mode when connected on the usb port of  my hybrid Windows 10 ASUS Tablet/PC. I tried many times to plug the dongle in the micro-usb port of the screen/tablet (with OTB cable adapter) without results. All is fine detected, but BTH stays ad vitam on "reserved" mode. Any piece of advice? Thanks for your great work and hopes for a solution to play wireless with my windows tabet only!
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(09-19-2015, 11:02 PM)Nefarius Wrote: Since the original author Scarlet.Crush has been eaten by wolfs while hunting in the woods I took over the project, so you might call me the new official maintainer Biggrin

I was reading the threads and i get it now. I update to the lastest 1.5 from scarlet's 1.2. what are the major diferences btw 1.5 and the lastest Scarlet realease? (1.2). Or there is a page with a changelog or something?

PD: It tells me "Fake Dualshock 3 found" and my dualshock 3 is original, the two of them actually.

Thanks for your work!
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If there wasn't already so damn many threads stuck in this section I'd stick this.

I think I will link it in the OP of Scarlet's thread, of course with a disclaimer that the continuation is not his work.

Done. Note is at top of original thread: http://forums.pcsx2.net/Thread-XInput-Wr...#pid186161
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(09-20-2015, 02:17 AM)migdilu Wrote: I was reading the threads and i get it now. I update to the lastest 1.5 from scarlet's 1.2. what are the major diferences btw 1.5 and the lastest Scarlet realease? (1.2). Or there is a page with a changelog or something?

PD: It tells me "Fake Dualshock 3 found" and my dualshock 3 is original, the two of them actually.

Thanks for your work!

Changelogs are always attached to the releases on Github. My build currently doesn't support pressure sensitivity with PCSX2 but hat numerous other enhancements I'll summarize on the main post once I have more time on my hand.

The fake DS message is a relic of some 3rd party code to support PANHAI controllers, which unfortunately doesn't work so I disabled it but left the message in for debugging purposes. It seems to be a false-positive check with all DS3 models so far so I'll remove it in future releases until a real working fix was discovered.

(09-20-2015, 09:12 AM)Blyss Sarania Wrote: If there wasn't already so damn many threads stuck in this section I'd stick this.

I think I will link it in the OP of Scarlet's thread, of course with a disclaimer that the continuation is not his work.

Done. Note is at top of original thread: http://forums.pcsx2.net/Thread-XInput-Wr...#pid186161

Thank you! Biggrin
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(09-19-2015, 12:29 PM)DANTE1613 Wrote: Nefarius
I tried replace file "Scarlet.Crush Productions\libwdi\x86\libwdi.dll" from version ScpServer v1.4.5706.37073 to ScpServer v1.5.5740.18577 and driver will installed without errors, but gamepad not work, scp monitor not see him. Maybe you wrong compiled libwdi.dll for x86 or this file broken or something else? 
Code:
19.09.2015 13:18:35 [INFO] - SCP Driver Installer 1.5.5740.18577 [09/19/2015 13:18:35]
19.09.2015 13:18:35 [DEBUG] - Preparing to load DIFxAPI
19.09.2015 13:18:35 [INFO] - Running as 32-Bit process
19.09.2015 13:18:35 [DEBUG] - DIFxAPI path: C:\Program Files\Scarlet.Crush Productions\DIFxApi\x86\DIFxAPI.dll
19.09.2015 13:18:35 [DEBUG] - Loaded library: C:\Program Files\Scarlet.Crush Productions\DIFxApi\x86\DIFxAPI.dll
19.09.2015 13:18:35 [INFO] - Microsoft Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (6.1.7601.65536 x86) detected
19.09.2015 13:18:35 [INFO] - Selected Win7 configuration
19.09.2015 13:18:38 [INFO] - Virtual Bus Created
19.09.2015 13:18:38 [INFO] - ENTER:  DriverPackageInstallW
19.09.2015 13:18:38 [INFO] - Looking for Model Section [SCProductions.NTx86]...
19.09.2015 13:18:42 [INFO] - Installing INF file 'C:\Program Files\Scarlet.Crush Productions\System\ScpVBus.inf' (Plug and Play).
19.09.2015 13:18:42 [INFO] - Looking for Model Section [SCProductions.NTx86]...
19.09.2015 13:18:42 [INFO] - Installing devices with Id "root\ScpVBus" using INF "C:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\scpvbus.inf_x86_neutral_21ca245c0e23d7a5\ScpVBus.inf".
19.09.2015 13:18:42 [INFO] - ENTER UpdateDriverForPlugAndPlayDevices...
19.09.2015 13:18:50 [INFO] - RETURN UpdateDriverForPlugAndPlayDevices.
19.09.2015 13:18:50 [INFO] - Installation was successful.
19.09.2015 13:18:50 [INFO] - Install completed
19.09.2015 13:18:50 [INFO] - RETURN: DriverPackageInstallW  (0x0)
19.09.2015 13:18:50 [DEBUG] - Preparing to load libwdi
19.09.2015 13:18:50 [INFO] - Running as 32-Bit process
19.09.2015 13:18:50 [DEBUG] - libwdi path: C:\Program Files\Scarlet.Crush Productions\libwdi\x86\libwdi.dll
19.09.2015 13:18:50 [DEBUG] - Loaded library: C:\Program Files\Scarlet.Crush Productions\libwdi\x86\libwdi.dll
19.09.2015 13:18:50 [INFO] - Device with specified VID (054C) and PID (0268) found, preparing driver installation...
19.09.2015 13:18:52 [INFO] - Driver "Ds3Controller_17d456a7-82a2-4580-975c-f6f5f1e5ae3f.inf" successfully created in directory "Driver"
19.09.2015 13:19:37 [INFO] - Installation result: WDI_SUCCESS
19.09.2015 13:19:37 [INFO] - Installed driver for DualShock 3 controller USB\VID_054C&PID_0268
19.09.2015 13:19:44 [INFO] - SCP DS3 Service Started.
19.09.2015 13:19:44 [INFO] - Install Succeeded.
19.09.2015 13:19:44 [INFO] - -- Install Summary --
19.09.2015 13:19:44 [INFO] - SCP DS3 Service installed
19.09.2015 13:19:44 [INFO] - Bus Device installed
19.09.2015 13:19:44 [INFO] - Bus Driver installed
19.09.2015 13:19:44 [INFO] - DS3 USB Driver installed

I was able to replicate the problem, working on a fix right now, thanks for reporting it!
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Currently rewriting the driver installer, adding new features and looks:

[Image: 20-09-_2015_18-58-16.png]

[Image: 20-09-_2015_19-00-05.png]

Since the list of 3rd party dependencies is getting quite long I decided to automate and integrate the installation process of all additional packages in the new driver installer. Hope you like it Happy
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(09-20-2015, 07:06 PM)Nefarius Wrote: Currently rewriting the driver installer, adding new features and looks:

[Image: 20-09-_2015_18-58-16.png]

[Image: 20-09-_2015_19-00-05.png]

Since the list of 3rd party dependencies is getting quite long I decided to automate and integrate the installation process of all additional packages in the new driver installer. Hope you like it Happy
Looks very good. I replace new file libwdi.dll and he works fine with ScpServer v1.5.5740.18577. Thank you very much for the solution to my problem! And i want ask again about vibration over bluetooth, he still not work, i tried with two bluetooth dongles, first noname usb 2.1 and second qualcomm 3.0 (integrated in my laptop dell N5110) but both don't have vibration, on usb rumble works fine, can you help me get to work vibration for bluetooth, or this problem no have solution?
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(09-20-2015, 09:57 PM)DANTE1613 Wrote: Looks very good. I replace new file libwdi.dll and he works fine with ScpServer v1.5.5740.18577. Thank you very much for the solution to my problem! And i want ask again about vibration over bluetooth, he still not work, i tried with two bluetooth dongles, first noname usb 2.1 and second qualcomm 3.0 (integrated in my laptop dell N5110) but both don't have vibration, on usb rumble works fine, can you help me get to work vibration for bluetooth, or this problem no have solution?

Help me with my memory; do you have a genuine Sony DS3 or a 4rd party one?
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4rd party
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