PS3 Hack – PS3 Six axis Controller Can Be Used In Windows!

Looking for PS3 Axis Controller, go over here.

http://zedomax.com/image/200611/ps3.gif

Wow, cool 5 step instructions to use PS3 6-Axis controller in Windows!

Heres the instructions to make it work

1. Download and install the filter driver (libusb-win32-filter-bin-0.1.10.1.exe). (attached zip)
2. Unpack ps3sixaxis_en.exe
3. Plug the SIXAXIS into your PC.
4. Run ps3sixaxis_en.exe once.
5. Push the PS button on the SIXAXIS once if it doesnt see it straight away.

Sixaxis_PS3_Win32_Driver_For_PC.rar

via dcemu

232 Responses to PS3 Hack – PS3 Six axis Controller Can Be Used In Windows!

  1. gdude2002 says:

    TDU?

    Yeah, you have to activate the controls with the PS button, as you would on the PS3. I’m not sure if it works as well on XP as it does on Vista but I imagine that it would.

  2. fame says:

    ok idled the libusb-win32 and ps3sixaxis_en but when i try o run it it says i have an old version of ilbusb-win32 already installed and to uninstall this ver first? it reads my ps3 controller and all 4 reds are blinking when i plug in the ps3 controller

  3. fame says:

    oh and im running vista

  4. Jerevin says:

    So, I’ve installed and configured my ps3 sixaxis controller for my pc. I am trying to get it to be usable for Project N64. I have the N rage plug in as well as the Jabo’s plugin for joysticks. The ps3 controller is registering but it wont work and i cant configure the buttons in the emulator.

    Any advice?

  5. gdude2002 says:

    Use Xpadder. I can, in fact, upload a setting set for you, if you want, seeing as I use Project64 myself. Make sure you press the PS button before you hit anything though!

  6. Riaku says:

    Every time i try to extract the .rar file i get the following two messages

    ! C:UsersMarcDesktop11679_Sixaxis_PS3_Win32_Driver_For_PC.rar: CRC failed in libusb-win32-filter-bin-0.1.10.1.exe. The file is corrupt
    ! C:UsersMarcDesktop11679_Sixaxis_PS3_Win32_Driver_For_PC.rar: Unexpected end of archive

  7. BG says:

    Thanks alot.
    Just been playing Trackmania with my dualshock sixaxis :)

    Rgrds,
    BG

  8. Peter says:

    Thanks got it to work !

  9. harjafsormok says:

    So.. the controller works fine for me.. but I can't seem to enable its selection in a game.. how does project 64 work?

  10. gdude2002 says:

    Riaku, read the posts.

  11. lol says:

    wireless?

  12. freedy says:

    I finally did it. It runs now very well.

  13. gdude2002 says:

    Good, good..

    Wireless, yes it can be done, but you need Bluetooth and it takes over your adapter, so you can't do anything else with it.
    And it's very buggy.
    And it doesn't work well on Vista.

  14. gdude2002 says:

    also, does anyone have a backup ZIP of the drivers on the .jp site? There's an error getting them now.

  15. steven says:

    Worked Great
    and for you jack assess out there
    jack asses Run ps3sixaxis_en.exe once every time before using it meaning connect the controller then run the ps3sixaxis_en.exe file and leave the controller connected then run your game ( edit the button configurations for each game ) if you disconnect the usb from the controller you have to Run ps3sixaxis_en.exe once again even after rebooting your pc

  16. gdude2002 says:

    Actually, you're the jackass, as you haven't really read the comments, have you?

    AEnima85 3 months ago
    http://www.sendspace.com/file/vehmtg

    This is the new driver that was released a few months ago
    THIS IS NOT THE SAME AS THE FIRST MENTIONED IN THIS POST

    Do your research. This doesn't need anything to be run.

    If you get stuck, READ THE OTHER COMMENTS!

  17. ipodmainscharger says:

    Awesome..the ps3 never stops amazing me. Theres something new i learn about it every day.

  18. ipodmainscharger says:

    Awesome..the ps3 never stops amazing me. Theres something new i learn about it every day.

  19. peterpunkgoose says:

    I got my ps3 controller working on XP 64 bit edition, by using the libusb-win32-filter-bin-0.1.10.1.exe file in this post (libusb-win32-filter-bin-0.1.12.1.exe screwed my comp up), and then to initialize the controller i used the file in the following link: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=8WRQ3O6C
    which has a read me which is easy to follow. I also had to install Microsoft Visual C++ Express Edition 2008.

  20. Disneys says:

    IF Dell would actually have tech support that spoke English, maybe they wouldn't get dragged through the mud. I won't ever go back to Dell because of their “tech(LESS) support”. Mac rules. (And I have 2 Apple horror stories for repairs, but at least they spoke English.) All computers break down, it's a fact of life. If I have a computer problem, I want to speak to someone NOT disney acting auditions reading from cue cards with a more than rudimentary understanding of English.

  21. gdude2002 says:

    Actually, by email, they've got pretty good English.

    Peterpunk, I did try that method, however it's not compatible with Windows 7, because you can't install Visual Studio (Thinks you need XP SP2).

    However, the driver by the japanese guy works perfectly. Try it, I think it works better, even.

  22. williamheng says:

    lol this one old, try this new guide over at this site.

    Wireless
    http://www.davieslim.com/ps3/use-ps3-controller

    Wired
    http://www.davieslim.com/ps3/using-ps3-controll

  23. williamheng says:

    there's another guide uses wireless bluetooth and works for me in Windows 7, vista and xp. Tested it all and worked.

    http://www.davieslim.com/ps3/use-ps3-controller

  24. georgeouyy says:

    mat, i know wat ur proplemo is. Its the POSITION of the joystick. Some PS3 controllers dont have their joystick perfectly centered.

  25. vegfut says:

    Can you explain how to “hack” the guitar, and make it useable on a windows operated machine?

  26. jordanPS3SIAXISSWS says:

    Hey there. so i just installed my buddies Shaun Whites Snowboarding for PC onto my computer, was and was somewhat excited when i figured out i could use my ps3 controller for PC gaming, which saves me money on buying a xbox360 controller. But i have seem to have hit a snag, the in game controls do not match up with the ps3 controller. I was wondering if there is a way to configure it ,changing the buttons, anything? please get back to me. Your input will be greatly appreciated

  27. jordanPS3SIAXISSWS says:

    Hey there. so i just installed my buddies Shaun Whites Snowboarding for PC onto my computer, was and was somewhat excited when i figured out i could use my ps3 controller for PC gaming, which saves me money on buying a xbox360 controller. But i have seem to have hit a snag, the in game controls do not match up with the ps3 controller. I was wondering if there is a way to configure it ,changing the buttons, anything? please get back to me. Your input will be greatly appreciated

  28. PojektZ says:

    If i dont have the game running and i load the thingy thing does my controller automaticlly start blinking and i didnt press the PS button is that suppose to happen?

  29. Im2Funny says:

    Go to MWRcheats.tk
    That is the quicker and easier way to get this done

  30. gdude2002 says:

    Yes, it is, but you’ll need to press the PS button before it’ll start working.

  31. gdude2002 says:

    Read the comments.

    AEnima85 says:
    http://www.sendspace.com/file/vehmtg

    This is the new driver that was released a few months ago
    THIS IS NOT THE SAME AS THE FIRST MENTIONED IN THIS POST

    Do your research. This doesn’t need anything to be run.

    If you get stuck, READ THE OTHER COMMENTS!

    [Reply]

  32. supergamerbro says:

    my computer says i already have a older version on
    SOMEONE HELP ME

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