Big Picture Detects Microsoft Xbox One Controller Driver Twice

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Can't get BeamNG to detect my Xbox One Controller. Discussion in 'Troubleshooting. I have installed the latest Microsoft drivers for the controller, the controller is listed in the Device Manager under Xbox Peripherals > Xbox Controller and the controller is wired via USB to my computer. Go to Steam Big Picture's mode > Settings. I did download the drivers, that's why I said it Windows detects the controller both wired and wireless. What I mean when I say that steam doesn't recognize it, I mean that when I boot up a game on steam desktop mode with controller support, if the controller is connected via wireless, the steam game won't recognize the controller.The same happens in Big Picture, in the settings of Big Picture.

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Steam detecting two xinput devices, getting double input (xbox one controller)

Hello everybody, so this is driving me bonkers and is making steam unusable in big picture mode. I have no idea why this started, it just kinda happened randomly mid use and hasn't unhappened for days. I've tried reinstalling the drivers, installing old drivers for it, uninstalling drivers and letting windows do it's thing, nothing is working. I've gone through and uninstalled any weird controller drivers I ever installed (vjoy for example), no dice. I've tried both wired and wireless, same thing. When I use my steam controller, it works perfectly fine. It seems to be just my xbox one controllers.

This is what big picture mode shows for controllers (again, only one is plugged in) http://puu.sh/pl1tP/eab2190887.png

If anybody has any ideas, it would be greatly appreciated. I'm really close to backing up some stuff and fresh installing tbh.

Also, I'm in the preview program, build 14352. The issue cropped up about a month after a build update as well, so I don't think it's the culprit.

EDIT: So my controller just started working again just fine...apparently all I had to do is take up the time of others on the internet and it would fix itself. I'm gonna leave the post open for a day or so in case it breaks again. I have a feeling it's a fluke...

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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.

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Big Picture Detects Microsoft Xbox One Controller Driver Twice Windows 10

  • Bluetooth requires a PC running the Windows 10 Anniversary Update. See Windows Update: FAQ to learn how to get the latest Windows update.
  • For best performance, update your controller. See How to update your Xbox One Controller on Windows 10.
  • Bluetooth is supported on PCs, tablets, and laptops. It is not supported on mobile devices.
  • Bluetooth does not support any attachments, such as headsets, chatpads, or the Xbox Stereo Adapter.
  • We recommend connecting only one controller at a time using Bluetooth.

Follow these steps to pair your controller to your PC using Bluetooth:

Big Picture Detects Microsoft Xbox One Controller Driver Twice Windows 7

  1. Make sure you have updated your PC to the Windows 10 Anniversary Update. See Windows Update: FAQ to learn how to get the latest Windows update.
  2. For best performance, update your controller. See How to update your Xbox One Controller on Windows 10.
  3. Turn on your Xbox Wireless Controller by pressing the Xbox button.
  4. Press the controller Connect button for three seconds and release.