Question about Logitech Rumblepad 2 Vibration Feedback Gamepad (GAMELORMBLPD2)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hey Guyz Just Go 2 Google And Search for lgs501.exe or LGS501.exe to Download, and then download and install the application on your Vista PC .Plug in the Gamepad(Rumblepad2 or 1) In ur USB Wen ur Installing it.
THEN UR RUMBLEPAD 2 OR 1 SHOULD WORK 100% PERFECLTY + BIT MORE EFFECTS AS YOU HAVE DX10.
If youll have any problems\Errors in installing or playing or if you need any original softwares,Games,Cracks,Patches,Drivers,Help,Gamepad Drivers or Help JUsT EMAIL TO --- email@example.com
Posted on Dec 15, 2007
Hey just Download LGS501.exe .(Search for it in Google) and install it.This is Mainly For Win Vista(Even though it will Work 100% on XP) .
If You have any Questions . Or If you Want any Drivers , Softwares,Games,Help,Firmware,Patches,Serial Numbers JUST Email to my account ------ firstname.lastname@example.org
With Your Problem Or The Thing You Need.I Will Send it As Fast as Possible as a Reply to your email account which you sent to me .
Posted on Dec 15, 2007
SOURCE: Logitech cordless Rumblepad 2
I purchased the Rumble-pad 2 controller but trying to get it to work with my Splinter Cell Pan... game seems impossible can you help?
Posted on Feb 05, 2008
The front of the receiver is a button you have to press it down and then in the controller press button 5 and 7 down WHILE re-inserting battery. This like a master reset.
Posted on May 11, 2008
Let's try refreshing the USB drivers. Try unplugging the controller. Then go and right-click My Computer (or just right-click Computer if you are using Vista). Left-click on Manage. A window will pop up that says Computer Management. In the list click on Device Manager and a list of objects will appear.
Click on the object in this list that says "Universal Serial Bus controllers". It will expand and then you will want to right-click on each USB Root Hub and left-click on Uninstall. (If you are using a USB keyboard and mouse, these may stop functioning until you unplug them and replug them into the computer).
Uninstall of these and then plug in your USB devices (including the Logitech Rumblepad 2) one at a time and Windows will start reinstalling the USB drivers for your devices.
Let me know if this resolves your issue or if you need any more help!
Ted - The PC Man
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
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