Update Xbox One Controller Drivers on Windows 10
When you connect an Xbox Wireless Controller to your Windows 10 PC, Windows will automatically download and install the driver for the controller. But sometimes Windows may fail to install the driver. In this case, you’ll need to download and install the driver on your own. There’re 2 ways you can use to update the driver.
If Windows doesn’t install the driver automatically, you can update the driver manually through Device Manager. Follow these steps:
1. Open Device Manager.
2. Locate and expand Microsoft Xbox One Controller.
3. Right-click on the expanded Microsoft Xbox One Controller and select Update driver (On lower Windows 10 versions, select Update Driver Software).
4. Select Search automatically for updated driver software. Then Windows will install the new driver for the device.
Instead of updating the driver manually, you can use Driver Easy to update the driver automatically.
Driver Easy can scan your computer to detect any problem drivers. You can use its Free version to download and install the drivers one by one with just a few mouse-clicks. If you want to save more time, you can go Pro, which allows you to update all drivers with just one-click. And only two steps are involved.
Step 1: Click Scan Now button. Driver Easy will do a full scan to detect all missing and outdated drivers.
Step 2: Click Update All button. Then all drivers will be downloaded and installed automatically. Or click Update button next to the device to update the drivers one at a time.
Driver Easy Pro provides 30-day money back guarantee. If you are not happy with the product and our service, please feel free to ask for a full refund.
Just use one of two ways here to update the driver for your Microsoft Xbox One Controller on Windows 10.
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