2: Extract the driver files from the .zip file. In the example below the directory "x360usbpro_drivers" has been copied to the desktop.
3: Make sure the switch on the X360USB PRO is set to the OFF position (ON = bootloader mode, which is used for updating the X360USB PRO's onboard firmware. When this switch is set to ON it will not be detectable by any software other than the X360USB PRO Update Tool)
4: Connect the provided USB cable to the X360USB and your PC
(The extra AUX power cable provided with the X360USB PRO is only to be used if your USB ports do not output 500mA; 99% of computers operate at 500ma so it will be very rare to use this cable. Rule of thumb don't use it at all unless instructed otherwise)
5: You now need to install the drivers manually. Open device manager, Right-Click on X360USB PIO and click Update Driver Software...
6: Select "Browse my computer for the driver software"
7: Now you need to go to the directory where you saved the driver files. In this case they were on the desktop in a directory called x360usbpro_drivers. 1. Click Browse, 2. Select Directory, 3. Click OK
8: Once you have selected the correct location click Next.
9: Ignore the Windows security warning, and select "Install this driver software anyway" (The driver is signed for both 32bit and 64bit Windows - it just doesn't recognise the manufacturer hence the warning)
10: Success ! Now click Close.
11: You should open device manager again to check if the driver has installed correctly. It will be listed under "LibUSB-Win32 Devices" as "X360USB PRO" for 32bit Windows, or "X360USB PRO 64" for 64bit Windows.