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A Hammerhead FX is a game controller from Interact Accessories Inc. published in the late 1990s. Interact generates a fully functional drivers for Windows 95/98, but only managed to get a beta driver for Windows 2000/XP version before closing its doors. This driver was an improvement over the basic driver included with Windows, but still had some problems and errors.
I'm a fan of the published Hammerhead FX since the USB version was. The new version was a newly designed D-Pad, that it is the only one on the market that could "Street Fighter Test pass gamepad made. Dissatisfied with unfinished Interact Windows 2000 beta driver, I set out to develop my own. I call it HFX.
HFX is a driver for Windows 2000/XP/2003 from scratch, that the full potential of the Hammerhead FX gamepad written unleashed. It offers full-featured vibration feedback, advanced programmability and connected support for multiple gamepads. HFX was placed with stability, flexibility and ease of use. With the programming features of the HFX driver, setting up your games is a matter of set and forget. Requirements:
One or more Hammerhead FX USB gamepads. Supported models: SV-262A, SV and SV-262e-262f.
Everyone must be connected to a USB gamepad port. This driver does not support gamepads connected via gameport. Changes:
There was an error in the help file that "The page can be displayed" an error of could cause some systems.
Applied a work around the setup wizard with the situation when the driver is successfully installed too, but Windows thinks it was not.
Added custom sorting routine to ensure that multiple gamepads always get the same list of IDs to future versions of Windows.
Fixed a bug that would delete the folder with the HFX-Setup Wizard, to prevent the restart of the system.
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