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Download the xpadder from the website http://xpadder.com/ and you are set, works fine with my Logitech rumblepad 2 on Juiced 2 no problems. I don't see that it wont work on Logitech Dual Action controller, it is on the list of controllers that xpadder support
make sure you put batteries in the controller also if you bought a new controller cuz you lost your old card or something take the batteries out of the old one itll interfere and you have to press an action button on the controller (the x,circle,square,and triangle buttons) if all else fails use your old dual shock and trade the cordless into gamestop for a used controller (if it wont work theyll replace it for free)
there is no reason to re-calibrate the Logitech Cordless Action
Controller for PlayStation2. In rare cases where the
mini-joysticks may need to be re-calibrated, you can use the process
below. Please note that this process only works for the Logitech
Cordless Action Controller for PlayStation2.
Remove one battery.
Hold the L1 and L2 buttons while re-inserting the battery. (NOTE: Do not touch or move the mini-joysticks at all
during this time. It is very important that the mini joysticks are
allowed to center themselves during this step or the calibration
procedure will not be successful.)
should now be re-calibrated. Please note that in some cases you may
need to resynchronize the gamepad and receiver after this procedure.