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VibrateDeviceDriver causing BSOD/reboot.

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  • PC gaming
  • Games
  • Blue Screen
  • Drivers
  • Video Games
Last response: in PC Gaming
September 21, 2010 9:48:02 PM

Why? Dammit! It had never ocurred to me to install the bloody vibrate drivers until now, and what do I get? BSOD!

Has anyone come across this problem? I have some error codes but don't know what to do with them. I've tried searching for them in the web but nothing useful so far.

And if I leave the "official" driver from Genius installed, I can't play any game cause whenever the games call for the game pad (my guess, of course) I get a BSOD.

Is there an alternate vibrate driver, open source or something like it?

Please?

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September 21, 2010 9:50:42 PM

BTW, I am using:

Windows XP SP3
DX 10 (allegedly...)
Genius Max Blaze 2 USB
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September 27, 2010 11:56:19 PM

DUh. I was not using the right driver. Now I am and all is well: gamepad is vibrating alright.
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September 28, 2010 4:55:38 AM

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