How to Use a Playstation 3 Controller in 64 bit Windows 7 and VistaUpdate! November 2012We have updated our guide for Windows 8. The instructions are pretty similar, but the new guide is specifically for using Local Mode, meaning there is no need to have internet access to get the drivers to work. We have instructions on blocking the drivers with a firewall, and new screenshots. For the latest version of this guide, please see How to use a PS3 Controller in Windows 8 (and all others) in Local Mode. Update! Update! One of our more popular blog posts this year has been the guide on how to use a PS3 controller in Windows Vista. Today, there is a solution for all these problems, thanks to the folks at MotionInJoy, based in ShenZhen China, just across the border from me. Download the drivers You can download the latest version, 6.0003 from our servers here: 64-bit version, 32-bit version. Plug in your PS3 Controller via USB If you haven’t done this before, you will see that some basic Windows drivers are installed. Install the MotioninJoy Driver Bluetooth
How to transfer music from an iPod to your computerMost of us store music in two places: on our computer and on our iPod (or other MP3 player). But if your computer crashes indefinitely, all the music you (hopefully) purchased disappears along with it. So what's left? Naturally, there's a workaround. How to transfer music from an iPod to a MacStep 1: Connect your iPod and launch iTunes. Step 2: Now your iPod will show up as a drive on your Desktop. Step 3: Open Houdini, click "Folders," and then "Reveal." Step 4: Now in your iPod folder, open iPod_Controls > Music. Once the files are copied, you've successfully transferred the music. How to transfer music to an iPod to a Windows computerStep 1: Connect your iPod and launch iTunes. Note: If you get an error message asking you to reformat upon connecting, your iPod was originally formatted for Mac and cannot be used in Windows. Step 2: Now open My Computer and open your iPod drive. Step 3: Open Tools > Folder Options.