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You can set up your Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows 10 on any Windows 10 device, and you can set up the Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows on any Windows 10, Windows 8.1, or Windows 7 tablet, laptop, or desktop computer. There are two steps to setting up the adapter—connecting the adapter to your device and binding your controller.
If you're using the adapter on a desktop or other device in which the USB port doesn't face the controller or is blocked by metallic objects, you should use the included USB extender so you'll avoid wireless interference and have a good line of sight to your controller.
If you've used an Xbox One Wireless Controller before, you'll be familiar with the binding process to pair a controller with a console, or in this case, the Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows.
Some PCs, such as Microsoft Surface Studio, have Xbox Wireless built in. This enables you to connect your controller wirelessly by using Add a device in Settings. You can also use this method to connect using your Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows instead of pushing the button on the adapter.
Because the drivers for the Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows are embedded within the Windows 10 operating system, the adapter should auto-install. If it doesn't, try the following solutions.
If your adapter was installed and working, but it did not respond after waking your computer, this may be because your USB controller doesn't have Wake on Wireless turned on by default. This can typically be managed by the USB controller driver.
If your controller disconnects frequently from the Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows, this is typically due to environmental issues, such as no line of sight (between the controller and adapter) or a heavy amount of interference, such as from metallic objects. Try these suggestions to improve the connection between your controller and adapter.
Many PC games let you play with an Xbox Wireless Controller instead of a keyboard or mouse. Connect your controller to a Windows PC by using a USB cable, the Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows, or over Bluetooth. Some PCs also come with Xbox Wireless built in so you can connect a controller directly without an adapter.
With USB connections, you can connect 8 Xbox Wireless Controllers at the same time, or 4 controllers that have Xbox Chat Headsets attached. If the controllers have Xbox Stereo Headsets, only 2 can be connected at the same time.
With Xbox Wireless connections, you can connect 8 Xbox Wireless Controllers at the same time, or 4 controllers that have Xbox Chat Headsets attached. If the controllers have Xbox Stereo Headsets, only 2 can be connected at the same time.
On Bluetooth-supported controllers, the plastic around the Xbox button is part of the face of the controller. On controllers without Bluetooth, the plastic around the Xbox button is part of the top, where the bumpers are.
When you connect an Xbox Wireless Controller to your Windows 8.1 or Windows 7 PC with a micro-USB cable, Windows will automatically download and install the drivers for the controller. If Windows is not set to automatically download device software, you can check for updates through Device Manager.
With Xbox Wireless or USB connections, you can connect 4 Xbox Wireless Controllers at the same time. You won’t get audio through the controller so there’s no need to connect a headset. Bluetooth connections are not supported.
I will go ahead and check the guide you posted. EDIT: That's just basic Windows driver 101 tips...I already described in my first post that I did all of that. I will describe it again (not the order in which I did those things).
4.Installing the driver through device manager manually by either choosing the Xbox One Controller driver file or using a preinstalled set of Network adapter / USB / Xbox drivers & and tried getting the wireless dongle to work
->Nothing worked, the device always showed up under "Other devices" menu in device manager with a yellow exclamation mark next to it and was named "XBOX ACC". And don't even get me started on those 100s of restarts I had to make!
Also. Only the most recent driver seems to be available, but that **** driver has issues making the Xbox One controller registering other button inputs than the actual ones you're pressing in certain games.
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An Xbox Wireless Controller purchased in or after June 2015 can take updates wirelessly without connecting with a USB cable. This controller has a small, circular 3.5-mm port on the bottom of the controller (controllers without this port must update via USB cable).
If you purchased an original Xbox Wireless Receiver for Windows and are wondering how to use it in Windows 10, this guide will show you how to install the driver manually if it is not picked up automatically.
You can actually download the driver manually to force the installation. To force the installation, you will need this driver for Win10: Microsoft driver update for Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows (18.104.22.168)
If the issue is installation, you need to unzip the folder and put the files in a normal folder. The .cab folder from the download site doesn’t work as-is. I should have clarified this, but it’s corrected.
I figured out that you can use the “Have disk…” option in the driver update dialog to force the install, but that still didn’t fix it - Device Manager correctly identified the device as “Xbox Wireless Adapter”, but it showed error code 10 and still failed to work.
I did it on a W10 Build 1708 system with deferred updates and the throttled internet connection option enabled. I think 1708 is the Anniversary update, so there’s a chance that system had an older build at the time.
I also just realised that your guide is for the original Wireless Adapter - whereas I’ve got the new (smaller) one. Maybe add a note that owners of the newer adapter will also need the newer driver?
When I received the new last month, one of the bundled accessories was a wireless Xbox One controller with a wireless USB adapter. Curiously, despite my system being completely up-to-date, the plug-and-play driver installation was never able to succeed correctly. I have seen similar issues pop up occasionally on Facebook and other discussion groups.
The official on troubleshooting the wireless adapter suggest a wide range of potential solutions, none-of-which helped in my situation. At the end of the first solution that most closely matched my issue ("The adapter didn't auto-install"), Microsoft tells the reader to attempt the uninstall/update process once more and "if this doesn't work, your adapter needs to be replaced." Luckily that isn't really the case and the fix only takes a moment to apply.
In short, you'll need to manually download compatible drivers on Microsoft's site and then update the missing device drivers accordingly. Sadly, Microsoft does a fantastic job of hiding these files deep within their site. The main page for the controller only includes links to the user guide and specs sheet, no drivers. Microsoft assumes that the plug-and-play adapter will install without issue—and in many cases I'm sure they are correct, just not always.
The only official way to get at these drivers is through Microsoft's Software Catalog site, which begrudgingly restricts its usage to Internet Explorer browsers. That said, here's a quick way to get what you need and have your controller up and running in minutes!
Chances are you can now turn on your Xbox controller by holding the Home button in until it lights up; after a few pulses it should auto-sync with the now functional USB adapter. If the Home button light does not become solid or otherwise behaves peculiarly in Windows, try re-syncing it as follows.
Note that I have seen a few people report issues using the wireless adapter in USB 3.0 ports. I have never experienced this issue on my machine and don't think you will either (it is rated for use in either). Of course, there is no harm in using a USB 2.0 port if needed.
I came across this website randomly after having connection issues with my xbox one wireless usb. Its been working for months, and all of a sudden today it decided to stop. Microsoft said it needed to be returned. Your fix helped me in 8 minutes.
Just some more info....the light on the adapter does not come on and it does not make noise when I plug it in, but my PC says it is working properly and driver is up to date. I am using Windows 10.
My issues pretty much mirror Lucy's above. My adapter was working fine as of a few days ago, then all of a sudden, I can't get the controller to stay on. Direct connect via cable is fine, but wireless is a thumbs-down right now. Windows 1o with all available updates.
I wanted to add a reply to my own comment in case it can help others. If you're having the issue where after you have paired your controller (I have an Elite), and it turns itself off after you step away for a bit and it won't stay on for more than five seconds after that, you might want to check to see if the Steam client is running if you're *not* playing a Steam game. I was playing The Division on UPlay, and still had Steam running in the background. Apparently there is a conflict if Steam is running also, and closing the Steam app seems to solve this issue for me.
@Preston, if you check the Device Manager after plugging in the adapter you should see it listed somewhere in there. If it's in need of these driver updates it will probably say "XBOX ACC" but may something else with an explanation point or warning icon. You should right-click it and then select "Update Driver" and browse to the folder you extracted the contents to then select OK/Next.
This definitely did not work for me. It is frustrating, considering these devices retail at $25.00 each. And the fact that Microsoft can't seem to be bothered to create any support for these devices is downright criminal, considering how commonplace these complaints seem to be.
I can only assume i was having problems with the controller as i upgraded from win7 and it wasnt a "fresh" install of win10. Hesitant at first because of the zip file on a website i had never used. But it set up without faults first try.
I did this, and it did not work. It says all drivers are up to date. However, my issue is the controller successfully connects but then after a couple of seconds it disconnects. And I cannot find any relevant information online.
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