Psx Gamepad 5 Driver Download

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Supported Models

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Supported Operating Systems

Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT4, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98

File Name (721.1 KB)


0.9.2003.131 (31-Jan-2003)
0.9.2003.0131 (2003-01-31) via .inf

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Uploader Notes

Alternative Driver for custom controllers adapted from Home VideoGames like Playstation, SNES, N64, XBOX and Saturn.

Driver Alternativo para controles adaptados de Video games tipo Playstation, SNES, N64, XBOX e Saturn.

Uploaded By

maxpirovani (DG Member) on 11-Jul-2006

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Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
psxp_BBBBB030210_B/Debug/PPDIView.exe 57.3 KB 6 Feb 2003
psxp_BBBBB030210_B/Debug/PPHidView.exe 221.2 KB 7 Feb 2003
psxp_BBBBB030210_B/Debug/PPortChecker.exe 217.1 KB 4 Sep 2002
psxp_BBBBB030210_B/Debug/debugtools.txt 227 bytes 11 Dec 2002
psxp_BBBBB030210_B/PsxSetup.exe 397.3 KB 3 Feb 2003
psxp_BBBBB030210_B/PsxTune.exe 413.7 KB 10 Dec 2002
psxp_BBBBB030210_B/default.ini 18.9 KB 10 Feb 2003
psxp_BBBBB030210_B/japanese.ini 16.3 KB 9 Feb 2003
psxp_BBBBB030210_B/omake/Psxpad_Input_N64.dll 45.1 KB 11 Dec 2002
psxp_BBBBB030210_B/omake/Psxpad_Input_N64.txt 79 bytes 11 Dec 2002
psxp_BBBBB030210_B/omake/Psxpad_Input_Ps.dll 45.1 KB 30 Apr 2002
psxp_BBBBB030210_B/omake/Psxpad_Input_Ps.txt 188 bytes 4 May 2002
psxp_BBBBB030210_B/psxcpl.dll 315.4 KB 9 Feb 2003
psxp_BBBBB030210_B/psxenum.sys 19.8 KB 31 Jan 2003
psxp_BBBBB030210_B/psxpad.inf 37.2 KB 31 Jan 2003
psxp_BBBBB030210_B/psxpad.sys 14.6 KB 9 Feb 2003
psxp_BBBBB030210_B/psxpadff.dll 77.8 KB 19 Nov 2002
psxp_BBBBB030210_B/psxport.inf 2.9 KB 31 Jan 2003
psxp_BBBBB030210_B/readme.txt 2.0 KB 31 Jan 2003
psxp_BBBBB030210_B/readme_en.txt 2.0 KB 9 Feb 2003
psxpad/psxpad.sys 15.1 KB 20 Feb 2003

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