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How do I get the rumble feature on my wireless xbox 360 controller when using Project64?

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I am using the Project64 emulator and cant get the force feedback (or rumble) feature to work with my xbox 360 wireless controller. All the other functions work fine. Is it even possible with the wireless controler?
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Yes the controller supports Rumble - it has two separate servos built-in but is pretty heavy on the battery
You need to get a plug-in for the SDK
There's an excellent thread on getting Project64 and the wireless controller rumble working here:
http://www.emutalk.net/archive/index.php/t-31767.html
Although I know some of the links are dead.
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This basicaly says there is no support for rumble with the wireless xbox controllers curently. If you have the wired usb controler you will have rumble support.
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