Question about Logitech Cordless Action Controller
Have the same issue, using Win 7 and an adapter for the PC. Sensor works fine, fresh batteries, it just won't recognize the controller. :(
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a logitech G-X2D11
Try this out since it solved the same problem for me:
a) Turn your PS/2 on with the receiver plugged in. You'll get the green flashing LED on the receiver
b) Remove one of the batteries from the controller.
c) Keep R1 and R2 buttons together while inserting the battery back on the controller.
d) After 5 seconds or so release R1 and R2 buttons.
And that's it - at least for me.
I got this idea after checking Logitech site and reading about the analog controls calibration procedure (basically the same sequence while pressing L1 and L2 buttons).
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
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