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Old 9th August, 2005, 05:17 PM
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Gamepad problems

Hi all

have got a problem with my gamepad(s) - wondered if anyone had any idea what the problem might be:

PC proline tournament pro (Pcline gp100) - when playing games such as GTA3, morrowind etc, the right analgoue stick doesn't present the first person view correctly. up is down, right is left. It doesn't matter if i try any in game settings.

I've got the correct dirvers installed...

Same problem on a cheap game pad I bought from GAME. (Pad only recognisable as "0448" - same sort of pad as gp100).

Are these gamepads just not compatible with XP?

cheers for any suggestions


Windows XP SP2
Packard Bell AMD 64
ATI 9550
1gig ram
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