Wii Speak Drivers for PC?

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by TheEnigmaLiesbro, Mar 4, 2009.

Mar 4, 2009
  1. TheEnigmaLiesbro
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    I know it wasn't intended to do this, but I figured what the hell and today, I plugged my wii speak into my PC for lulz.

    It launches as "wii party-mic" and then tries to find drivers, obviously none exist. but do you think it possible for someone to write some?

    This is maybe the wrong forum to post this in, but hell, move it if it is. This would be a good homebrew reversal.

    I like to stream things on Justin.tv and My mic isnt the best but using wiispeak mic for streaming video would be pretty cool.
     
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    yes im sure someone could write drivers for it but if anyone does is another story
     
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    it is more work to make a driver then to buy a good microphone, so dont expect anyone to do
     
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    ah, wasn't expecting it - was just curious [​IMG] thanks for the replies.
     
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    If I could, I would do it,
    just for fun.
    But I can't..
     
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    I am a very decent programmer, but I've never written any drivers for anything so.. cant help you.
     
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    If someone pulls the thing apart and looks at the chips on the thing, you might find that a driver from another similar piece of hardware can be modified to work.
     

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