Dual shock does not work or led display on controller
I have an old ps2 console,and for some reason all my controllers do not vibrate or light up...they do work other than that..but it seems something from my console is causing my controllers not to shock or light up.....any thoughts??? ps, my controllers do work fine on other consoles,they just stopped working on mine....
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they don't have it. the dual shock 2 has it. but thats a ps2 controller. the dual shock 3 is a six axis controller, sony opted for six axis instead of vibration. if your lucky you may be able to find a setup to use a dual shock 2 setup to use with an wireless adapter for the ps3. good luck with that one though.
Look at the controller and see if the red light is on in the middle of the controller if it is not press the black rectangle button above the red light. If that dont work then your controller ports on the system might be dirty and need a light cleaning ....or you dont have a ps2 controller you might have a ps1 controller. Hope this helped
Your controller is coming to the end of its life you must start thinking about a replacement. you can find replacement controllers at all the retail store very cheap walmart, Kmart, target, gamestop, if you like you can order new or used from eBay at very good prices ......I hope this helps you
Sounds like you have wireless Controllers. Be sure your batteries are good on the Controller and the controller is turned on, LED should light. Plug the receiver into the controller jack, and it should light up at least one LED. If you have channel number selector, set it to the same number on the controllers, channel selector.
If old wired controllers will work, then you have dud wireless controllers. I know that cheap poor quality wireless controllers exist out there. You may have a dud. I also know that sometimessomething kills the controller ports on the PS2. The only way to know is to hook a wired controller you know works into the port to see if the port is good or bad.
Hi theres no motion sensor features on call of duty, the best games for that are flying games and some driving games. And the dual shock pads have only just been released, so it sounds like you have the old pad. hope this helps