MAYFLASH N64 Controller Adapter For Pc
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- Connect your N64 controller to your PC USB or PS3
- No extra power supply required
- No driver needed, just plug and play, Two players can play simultaneously
- Suitable for both, Desktop and Notebook pcs
- Compatible with Windows 98, ME, 2000, XP, Vista and Windows 7,ƒ‚‚˜windows 8 ƒ¯‚¼‚Œ32 bit and 64 bit ,Mac OS
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Connect your Nintendo 64 joypads to your PC USB port. All buttons are supported, perfect for any emulation program but also works with any modern PC game. It allows you to play all PC games designed to be played with joysticks. Really plug and play, it makes your PC a real gaming platform. Please Note: Please use original controllers along with this adapter. Third party controllers may not work properly with this adapter.
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There probably isn't a huge market for an N64 USB adapter since most people who need one are probably using it for an emulator. It wouldn't make sense to use an N64 controller for other games. However, I'm glad an adapter like this exists because playing N64 games on the PC just doesn't really work with a keyboard/mouse or other types of controllers. There's always an option of getting a third-party USB N64 controller, but I'm always wary of using third-party controllers. Most don't feel right or break quickly. I prefer to use OEM if possible, and this adapter let's me do that. I have a bunch of old N64 controllers lying around, so using an adapter makes sense. It's about the same price as those third-party controllers anyway, so might as well get this and use the real one.
If you're in Windows, then using this is pretty straight-forward. Just plug it in and it should recognize the controller right away. I recommend you go through calibration so the joystick is properly configured. After that, it's just a matter of configuring the controller in whichever emulator you're using. You might need to play with the dead-zone and sensitivity of the joystick in the emulator options to get it close to original feel of the console. This will just require some trial and error until it feels natural.
I highly recommend this adapter if you have an original N64 controller lying around. Don't buy the third-party, no-name USB controllers you see all over Amazon and eBay.
Just search for "Mayflash n64 controller adapter problems."
I really enjoy using this and all and I think it's awesome that it has 2 ports to play two player games so this is amazing, but my issue is that I'm having trouble with the joystick calibration. I did do as other people said to do to get this thing working great but what I Didn't do is that I switched from Jabos to N-Rage. Cause when I looked through the settings on my windows 7 Ultimate. I found that there were 3 Jabos and I didn't know what to change so I didn't wanna risk messing it up. I'm Using Project64 Ver 23.
My only trouble was that as I was playing Ocarina of Time, while I'm controlling link as he is running by pushing the joystick all the way and if I slightly started to release the stick he's just walking. Not to mention I have trouble aiming with his slingshot and I have to push a lil harder to to move around. If someone out there has a solution to this issue please let me know right away cause I wanna enjoy playing OoT like the way it should be...
if your using project 64 and running windows 7, this is what i did. (this may work on vista since the two are similar)
1. plug in the adapter to your computer and let the drivers install.
2. after the drivers install, plug in your controler into the adapter.
3. open the start menu (the blue round windows button) then type into the "search programs and files bar" "usb" and wait for a list to show up.
4. click on "set up usb game controllers" should be the first one.
NOTE* a small window will then pop up with two "USB gamepad" with the status OK next to them. (heres a trick thats somewhat confusing. the ports on the adapter are backwards, so the first player plugin is actually second player. and second is first player. the plugin by the "N64 controller" print on the adapter is first player. and the plugin by "adapter" is second)
5. click the first usb gamepad (which will be player 1 on the adapter) and click on "properties"
6. another window will pop up. move the joystick around and make sure the little marking in the small box is moving, if so then continue to step 7. if not, try to plug the controller into the other port or select the other usb gamepad.
7. click the "settings" tab then click on "calibrate"
8. follow the on screen prompts and after your done, click "apply" then click "OK", then exit out of the usb game pad window then open up your project 64 emulator.
9. before selecting a rom, click the "options" menu and select "settings"
10. select under "input (controller) plugin" Jabos direct input, then click "OK"
NOTE* there are other plugins that you can select, but jabos is the one i used and the one that worked best for me.
11. click options again and click on "configure controller plugin", a small window will pop up.
12. you will see "game device, dead zone of 25%" at the top with a small arrow. click on that then select the first USB gamepad. click the check mark box next to "controller is plugged in"
13. map your buttons by clicking on the small box to the right next to each selection, then hitting the corresponding button on your 64 controller. after your done click "OK"
14. click file the open the rom you wanna play, enjoy! :)
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