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MAYFLASH N64 Controller Adapter For Pc

4.2 out of 5 stars 603 customer reviews

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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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Product Description

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.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 3.7 x 2.7 x 1 inches
Item Weight 4 ounces
Shipping Weight 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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ASIN B002B9FIUU
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Item model number PC043
Best Sellers Rank #3,806 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#7 in Video Games > More Systems > Nintendo 64 > Accessories
#37 in Video Games > Accessories > More Systems
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By David S. Martinez on February 17, 2010
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I highly recommend this item to anyone who plays nintendo 64 emulators on your pc. there is some stuff you have to do but is not complicated at all. I want to add that someone posted steps on how to configure the controller to the pc. he/she was pretty much right. the following steps are for a windows vista and using project 64:

1} plug the this adapter to the pc via usb
2} plug n64 controller
3} go to control panel and then select game controllers
4} then select properties and highlight gamepad
5} then select the tab that does not say test, remember I said not, I for got what the other is called
6} now calaberate the analog stick. it will tell you what to do {simple stuff} after you click finish to finish the claiberation open project 64
7} now click the options tab and select settings.
8} change jabo to n-rage{ please note that all though jabo will work, I had problems with it, especially the buttons, so I recommend you use n-rage} n-rage everything works good for me.
9} after that, you can go to configure control plug-in and set all the buttons and the d-pad as well as the start and analog stick.
10} you are now finished the controller setup.
11} all thats left is for you to do what you normally do and select the game you want to play.
12} enjoy!!
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Wishing to relive my childhood, I purchased this USB N64 controller adapter to use with Project 64 on my laptop. On the box, it says plug and play, although that certainly didn't work for me! It took me about half an hour to figure out how to get the thing working. If you buy this and plug it in and it works immediately, great. If not, here's how to fix it:

1) Plug the adapter into your laptop - Windows should automatically verify that it's an HID gamepad
2) Go to start -> Devices and Printers, then right click the USB gamepad and click game controller settings
3) THIS IS THE IMPORTANT PART! This had me stumped for quite awhile. In the game controller settings menu, you should see two controllers listed, both named USB gamepad. Now, the first USB gamepad corresponds to the SECOND (rightmost) plug on your USB adapter. I had my N64 controller plugged into the first one and was trying without success to calibrate my controller. So, remember - the first USB gamepad corresponds to the rightmost plug, the second USB gamepad goes to the left plug.
4) Go through the Windows calibration test
5) Start up Project 64. Go to controller input settings. Make sure you check the box that tells P64 that your controller is plugged in. Then, change the default button settings using the N64 controller.
6) Play and have fun :)

Aside from that little quirk, this adapter works great. Sensitivity is perfect, buttons are all responsive, and you can have a buddy play with you at the same time!
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This product is probably the best of its kind and works great, but as my title suggests, setting up the controller to talk to your computer correctly can be a bit of a hassle if not done correctly. I failed many times before setting up two controllers to work perfectly.

When I received this product, I instantly was able to get it to work with Project 64 Emulator and Jabo range controller setup, however the C-down button on my controller would just not work. Everything else works fine, just not the C-down. In fact, unless you play a game that uses the c-down button, you might not even realize it doesn't work. This is a known problem of the "Jaboo" controller setup. I quickly found that the better option is to use the "N-Range" controller setup.

These are someone else's instructions with a few additions that helped me get two genuine N64 controllers to work for me using Windows 7 and Project64 v1.6.

I recommend calibrating your controller(s) in windows before doing this.
For windows 7:
Control Panel > Hardware and Sound >Devices and Printers > right click the gamepad icon > Game Controller Settings > select your gamepad from the list and click properties.

Calibration is pretty straightforward. It asks you to press any button then move the joystick in a circle, press any button, move the joystick left and right(Z-Axis), press any button, then move the joystick up and down (Z-Rotation) and press any button (you will see what I mean). Click finish. If you cannot get your joystick to move around in a circle and return to the center on the screen during calibration, you have a problem. If you have project 64 open, try closing it and start over fresh.
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I bought this off of ebay. I only bought one, because I use two ps3 controllers instead of two additional n64 controllers. At first, using the emulator PJ64 (which i'm sure a lot of you will be using), I wasn't very happy.

The problem:

The joystick sucked. completely. It was slow and terrible. I thought it might've been the connection, so i reset it. Nothing. Maybe the controller, nope. Maybe the port, nope. I played with another controller plugin, and it worked slightly better. I looked at the game controller configuration (Under USB Game controllers --look for it, it exists in windows--) and after moving the joystick around, I saw that the range wasn't at 100% (the dot moved, but didnt reach the ends).

The Solution:

The real magic started when I went into USB game controllers (I use windows 7, but its the same as vista) and re-calibrated the Nintendo 64 controller. I booted up PJ64 again, and voila! It worked like a charm, if not better. I think what happened was that over time, these joysticks take a beating and don't really work too well.

Why it may be better:

This re-calibration allows you to adjust the joystick so that it works almost brand new. Granted it doesn't FEEL the same, but if you push it, it'll work.

Don't give up on this, it works. It's also great that I don't have to deal with any libUSB driver problems with the ps3 controller. Why the other reviewer had a fit and rated this product so low is probably because he gave up trying. The whole calibration thing takes less than a minute.

IF you have any problems, feel free to reply/comment with a question.
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