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Dekcell USB Double Dual Vibration GamePad- No Drivers, Unable to Detect

I just bought "Dekcell USB Double Dual Vibration GamePad".  This device did not come with a CD.  Windows has not been able to find drivers, and Dekcell does not seem to have online support for this product.  I can't set keys to the controller buttons.

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Re: Dekcell USB Double Dual Vibration GamePad- No...

Most games have a option menu that allows you to set in-game joystick contols. So go to option and go to joystick.. and you can most likely set your keys there. Some games have this, others do not.

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Re: Dekcell USB Double Dual Vibration GamePad- No...

I think it depends on what game you're playing,for example.......ummmm...
Lego Indiana Jones 2
in that game you press a button (like 1,2,3 or 4 or X,A,B,Y, etc.)
or a key(like W,S,A,[Enter], etc) to select a game input device(Keyboard or controller).

Hope I could help!

Posted on Jan 25, 2010

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