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Skepo 19th April 2015 03:30 AM

controller HELP!!!!!!
 
for some reason P64 will not pick up my logitech gamepad. i have tried everything to configure it. i have the drivers and im running off of windows 8. I have the v 2.2 p64. I have tried doing everything I can think of and all it keeps saying is "no controller" every time i start a game. how do I fix this? I really wanna play on the emulator and i'm becoming slightly irritated by this. any advice?

theboy181 19th April 2015 06:27 AM

Controllers seem to be real issue around here. If you have made sure that your controller is working in other games, make sure that you have checked the plugged in check mark then try and map the buttons.


Hope this helps.

Aelvir 22nd April 2015 11:44 PM

Hmm
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Skepo (Post 61540)
for some reason P64 will not pick up my logitech gamepad. i have tried everything to configure it. i have the drivers and im running off of windows 8. I have the v 2.2 p64. I have tried doing everything I can think of and all it keeps saying is "no controller" every time i start a game. how do I fix this? I really wanna play on the emulator and i'm becoming slightly irritated by this. any advice?

Did you try contacting whoever you got the gamepad from. Maybe it might be faulty or something.

theboy181 23rd April 2015 04:37 PM

This is why I don't like to try and help 1st time posters. They don't usually reply and let you know if they got it working or not.. (probably got it working)

Kinda kills it for everyone else who is having similar issues.

retroben 23rd April 2015 06:01 PM

I can't help but to expect Windows 8 being the primary cause of the issue since i've heard it has printer compatibility problems and other driver issues.

theboy181 23rd April 2015 06:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by retroben (Post 61614)
I can't help but to expect Windows 8 being the primary cause of the issue since i've heard it has printer compatibility problems and other driver issues.

I wouldn't jump to Windows 8 conclusions. Just because that was the only real information that the OP gave us about his issue. ;)


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