Just incase none of the pictures show, you can download this file from.... Http://home.comcast.net/~AshbridgeFamily/xbox.rtf How to make your Xbox controller a Pc controller This handy home mod will allow you to use your xbox controller for all your pc games via the usb port. But wait, why would you want to use an xbox controller on the computer? In my opinion the xbox controller is one of the most comfortable and rugid controllers on the market. And by the way, I am in no way responsible for any damage to your system or hardware while performing this mod. USE THIS AT YOUR OWN RISK! Requirements... 1. Xbox controller 2. Spare USB cable 3. Electrical tape 4. Wire cutters or Exacto knife 5. Xbox controller driver found here... Http://home.comcast.net/~AshbridgeFamily/XBCDv107.exe Step 1. - Take the Xbox controller and cut the cable as indicated by the picture below. The cut should be about half way between the Xbox port and the breakaway point. The reason for this is so you can still connect the controller to a spare untainted xbox break-away connector. Step 2. - remove all the shielding and tubing from all the wires. Only remove about an inch or so. You will want to leave some incase you screw up. Step 3. - Starting from the male end of the usb cable, cut down about 6 inches as indicated in the picture below. And then remove the shielding and tubing from about 1 inch of each wire. At this point you will notice that both the usb and xbox controller both have the same color coding for all the wires. This is because Microsoft used a USB derivitive for the controllers. Step 4. - Begin to twist all the same color wires together and tape them. Make sure you do a good job of covering any exposed wires. For this to work properly no wires much touch. You will however have one wire that will not have a mate...tape it off. Also ensure that you go over the section where the wires are connected very well. You don't want the whole thing to come apart in days after use. Step 5. - Install the driver file you have for the controller. after installation, connect the controller. The system will detect it and install. You may have to point to the driver for the system, everyones PC acts a little different. The system will tell you that the driver is not digitally signed....continue anyway! If all went well you should see your controller under the program XBC when you load it. Job well done! Now get out there and play! Special thanks goes out to RedCloud for the awesome driver for this!