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Xbox Chatpad on Windows Vista

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How can I use the Xbox Chatpad with Windows Vista?
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As of right now there are no drivers that make the Chatpad compatible with the Xbox.  It seems that Microsoft has no plans to make a driver, as they stated in many emails back to customers that the Chatpad was made specifically for the Xbox360.  Only hope is 3rd part developers creating drivers, but as of right now there are none out there to make it compatible.
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