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Ps3 controller cursor moves down the screen by itself

Every time i move my cursor to go up using the D pad or the analog stick the cursor just scrolls itself back down to the bottom of the screen. i have another controller which i could use but any button you push the square button decides it has been pushed when it hasnt. its really irritating me now.

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The buttons are sticking inside the controller. The only thing that will fix this problem is a good cleaning with isotopic alcohol and a Q-tip.

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This too happened to me before. What I found that if I repeatedly clicked the stick in, and slightly tugged on it, it would keep the stick from staying stuck in the one position. Hope this little trick works for you as well!

Posted on Mar 07, 2011

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Ps3 controller manual


You plug in the usb cable to charge the controller and connect it to the ps3 for the first time. You use the left analog stick to move around the dashboard when the ps3 is turned on and the 'X' button to change settings, go to the online browser, playstation store, or start a game. You can back out by pressing 'O' or holding the 'PS' button, which allows you to change a controller number (say controller #1 to #2 with two controllers), turn off the system or turn off the controller. Press (not hold) the controller to look around the dashboard while in a game and select say "Quit Game', or go into settings and change something around to your liking. Every game also comes with the controls and for what the buttons are. (Stick on left is the, "Left Analog Stick," right is "Right Analog Stick," from right to left starting at the green triangle shaped button is the, "Triangle," "Circle," "X," and "Square," buttons. The four buttons on the left going in all directions is the D-pad, and the triggers on the back going from the top left to bottom left and top right to bottom right are, "L1," "L2," "R1," "R2").

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The menu screen won't stop scrolling.


Try removing the battery from the controller (if applicable) or unplugging the controller, if that makes it stop scrolling we know its the controller.
Try then replugging or powering it back on, if its still scrolling make sure you try pushing/moving the D pad or analog sticks.
If you cannot get it to stop scrolling after that you may need to clean it out. you can use rubbing alcohol and a dust free cloth to clean the controller out (while unplugged and no battery in it).
Then replug/sync see if it helps. If nothing above helps you may need to try a different controller or replace :(
Hope this helps Anthony

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On cod my logitech controller's control pad moves my player but i cant move with the left joystick (they have been switched somehow)


You have to go through the game settings and ensure that you have set the primary control to be done by the left analog stick. In other words, make sure that you have the left-analog stick as the tool to move your player around while playing the game.
Also, if that doesn't work, there is a possibility that your left-analog stick is somehow jammed and as a result doewsn't perform the right function.
This could be a factory fault or one that arose as a case of mis-management. Whatever your result is, kindly let me know.
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Upper left side scroll buttons take the curser to the top or bottem of list , no one line at a time. Do you think the problem is the button or board or software?


Use your Thumb stick to move the cursor around the screen, from one icon to another. The left side buttons are for scrolling from screen to screen only.

Manual states: Move up/down, right/left to move through lists, highlight fields, on-screen buttons, icons, enter data or move the map panning.

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In windows xp go into start menu, then into control panel then click on appearance and themes, then move your mouse over to mouse pointers click on it , uncheck "enhance pointer precision, and click apply, that will stop the mouse from acting crazy, this will work with dell mouse pointers and most.

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