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Cant install Xinput Driver for Microsoft Common Controller (64 Bit)
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Default Cant install Xinput Driver for Microsoft Common Controller (64 Bit) - 11-01-2008, 14:25 | posts: 18,226 | Location: Turkey

hey,

i was searching net about GAMEPAD problems and games..i found this:

http://forums.2kgames.com/forums/arc...hp/t-5784.html

Playing BIOSHOCK with a gamepad....guys says that u need

Xinput Driver for Microsoft Common Controller

ok i got it here:

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en

but when ever i try to install i got this:

NOT ENOUGH STORAGE IS AVAILABLE TO PROCESS THIS COMMAND

I googled it and found many different approaches and many r related with REGISTRY tweaks..but unfortunately they didnt work.

Maybe one of u had this issue or experienced with ths kind if issue and may help me pls? Thank you.
   
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Default 11-01-2008, 18:44 | posts: 6,852 | Location: Denmark

Look in the Event Viewer, and see if you have a Event ID.

Are you installing from a share or local HD ?

How is your page file set ?

The seems related to system resources and not free space. Did you try rebooting and then closing down as much background stuff as possible ?
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Not enough storage is available to process this command.

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Do one of the following, then retry the command: (1) reduce the number of running programs; (2) remove unwanted files from the disk the paging file is on and restart the system; (3) check the paging file disk for an I/O error; or (4) install additional memory in your system.
   
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Default 11-01-2008, 20:09 | posts: 18,226 | Location: Turkey

i did them already days ago ..iam trying to figure out t.and read that article to ..out of luck but will try again..no harm...
   
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