I know you can hook a PS2 controller up via serial, and the XBox controller is just USB w/ a diff connector (even uses the same "standard" cable-colorings for USB - just replace the end with a USB connector, plug it into your PC, and download the drivers off the net)
The hardest part will be finding drivers for the controller. I would check to see if they exist first (google around). If you can't find em, then i doubt anyone has tried. In that case, you'll have to figure out the pin configurations, connect it to the seriel port, then write drivers for it
There are only two kinds of programming languages: those people always bitch about and those nobody uses. (Bjarne Stroustrup)
ima buy a replacement breakaway, $4.99 and cut it and use a usb cable i already have and make the adapter, i am also going to get a new 3.5" bay cover and drill a hole that is just the right size for the adapter so that the controller will plug right into the front of my comp. as soon as i get the adapter and find the usb cable ill make it and see if i can get sum pictures
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