Johnny Ryall wrote:
Trying to get my wiimote to connect via bluetooth. PC can see it but beyond that not much is happening. Would be nice to use a classic controller for emulators.
This thread might be of use:http://forums.dolphin-emulator.com/showthread.php?tid=15762
Specifically this part.
The standard windows bluetooth driver cannot handle the WiiMote, it will connect and install the HID drivers but the full WiiMote input will not working without additional software.
The WiiMote transmits a lot of input data and the windows input handler is only built for keyboards/mice/headsets.
I had the same issue connecting my WiiMote, Dolphin would detect it and it would rumble when i refreshed and paired but ingame it simply would not work.
I reccomend BlueSoleil, it isn't free... although there are ways of getting it free... hint hint...
Or you could use WIDCOMM, http://www.broadcom.com/support/bluetooth/update.php
make sure you install this latest version.
Im on 64bit windows 7 and getting my adapter to work was a real bastard. WIDCOMM wouldnt work and only after installing the 64bit version of BlueSoleil would the WiiMote work correctly.
I've not got any Wiimotes or the stuff needed to set it up so I can't confirm any of it, but it's certainly a place to start.
As for the Classic Controller I'm not sure if it supports that peripheral.
EDIT: After looking at the extension settings for an emulated Wiimote there is a Classic Controller option, though I'm not sure if it works with the real thing.