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Joystick problems I have a problem with my psp joystick... when playing a game requiring the use of the joystick, the character always move backward even when im not touching the joystick... i dont think the problem comes from the joystick coz i got myself a new one in order to try and solve the problem, but it didnt work. i took the psp faceplate off to remove any contact with the psp, but the character in the game kept moving backward, thought there wasn't any physical contact. where does the problem come from? and how can i solve it? please i need an answer asap

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The only way this can happen is if you have damaged the joystick function area.You have to change the joystick and put another one.

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