Snes Usb Controller Driver Windows 10

Oscillator + SNES

So this past weekend I upgraded to Windows 10 from 7 and it went very well. I have a USB. Windows 10 USB Controller. Use Windows 10 for xbmc.

( I'm not sure if I should post this in the Retro Gaming or the Hardware forum, but I found the PC/Mac/Ect a bit out of context, so here goes nothing. ) So first of all, hi to all, I'm new here on the forums, and I'm creating this topic for troubleshooting about a PC Gaming Controller: the Buffalo Classic USB Gamepad, an SNES USB controller ( have a look of it here: ). After getting it, it worked flawlessly for 3 days, until today where it now appears as 'Unrecongizable' by my PC. It appears as an 'Unknown Device' in the Device Manager, and has the Error Code 43. I tried to Uninstall it then reconnect it, or even look for drivers, but none of these things work ( It seems to find a driver, but 'can't install it' because of the error. Does anybody knows how to fix this?

I don't believe the controller is already broken, since it worked perfectly before.

Find Drivers Windows 10. A long time ago, I bought a Super Smartjoy, an SNES-to-USB adapter. It worked amazingly with one of my real SNES controllers on windows XP, just plug and play.

Then, I got a new computer. It runs 64-bit Windows 7 home edition on an ASUS CM5671 with a Pentium Dual Core 2.8GHz CPU and 4 gigs of RAM. Long story short, the controller no longer works. When I plug it in, nothing happens and no programs recognize it, but when I unplug it, the computer makes the 'device plugged in' noise and the 'device removed' noise in rapid succession. Also, when I go into the device manager and select the USB port that the controller is connected to, clicking on the 'power' tab while the controller is plugged in will cause the device manager to become unresponsive until the controller is removed.

I'd really like to get this resolved, as I'd like to record another progress video for the co-op sprite soon. Help, anyone? -------------------- Now with extra girl and extra hacker Pop-Tart Cat. That's one reason why Windows 7 sucks.