If you very own a PS3 and at any time in your life decision to hook it up to a PC, i'm sure you'll understand that the PS3 controller doesn't work on windows without using third party software's. If the software that you room using is MotioninJoy and also when you click Driver Manager in the software, you obtain an error speak "ERROR: The request might not it is in satisfied".

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For part reason, Motioninjoy doesn't identify PC's that have their dates past 2014, some services are to adjust the day and shot again, however that didn't job-related for me and neither will certainly it work for you.

Instead, what we can do is:

Locate whereby you mounted your MotioninJoy (You deserve to do this by searching DS3 device > ideal Clicking > Open file Location.

Open the "drivers" folder

You will see a setup file called MijXinput. Best click the document and fight Install.

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These are measures to install the drivers manually and bypass that Driver Manager page in the software. Her pc have to recognize your PS3 controller now!


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