Retro-bit nes to pc usb retro adapter is not working
I'm using jnes emulator for Legend of Zelda on computer with OS Vista 32 bit with original nes controllers. Plugged controller into adapter, adapter into usb. Computer said drivers were installed successfully but nothing I do gets the controller to work with the game.
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You cannot install this adapter in a Win 7 computer because the drivers are not compatible with Win 7.
So far Belkin haven't updated the drivers for win 7 OS. The latest drivers for this adapter is compatible only with
" Windows 98SE, Windows Me, Windows 2000, Windows XP 32-bit, Windows Vista 32-bit "
Click hereto see the belkin compatible drivers in the website.
The table shown below lists all Linksys adapters that will work with a Windows Vista environment. I wonder if your OS is Win XP.Post back!
• 400 MHz or Faster PC
• 256 MB of RAM Memory
• CD-ROM Drive
• Avaliable USB Port
• Microsoft Windows 98SE, Me, 2000, and XP
• WUSB54GSC version 2.0 is compatible with Microsoft Windows XP, Vista
32 / 64-bit edition with latest updates and Windows 7 32 / 64-bit
edition with latest updates Product DriverVista 32Vista 64PCMCIA
4.100.27 / 3.100.6
188.8.131.52 / 184.108.40.206
220.127.116.11 / 18.104.22.168
22.214.171.124 / 126.96.36.199
188.8.131.52 / 184.108.40.206
220.127.116.11 / 18.104.22.168
If I remember right, you have to press it to the left and right. I don't think it's a glitch however. In the original NES version you pressed the select button. Try pusing all of the buttons and it might change it. I can't find my copy so I can't tell you for sure. Hope this helps.
If it's a flat screen especially, there will be major resolution problems. I know the laser gun doesn't work at all on flat screens and some newer TVs. You gotta play NES on an old school TV any way. It makes the experience much more authentic.
On less-widely distributed programs, you may never find 64 bit version.
I'm not familiar with Vista but previous versions of 32 bit operating systems allowed 16 bit applications to run under an 'emulation' mode of previous operating systems; i.e. Win 98 could emulate Win 95.
Check your Vista 'Help' for 'Emulation' or '32 bit applications.'
I think you'll find what you need.