For some reason, suddenly, I can no longer move around in first person PC games such as WoW and Hellgate, London. Everything was working fine, then one day I am no longer able to use the keyboard to move. I can move using the mouse, but that is not the way I want to play. The keyboard works fine in all other applications. I have tried adjusting the sticky keys settings with no result.
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It's caused by badly pressed discs - due to shake caused by the high speeds of the disc spinning and then catching the laser assembly. There are things you can do such as place foam pads inside the DVD drive itself, so discs cannot move as much when they spin.
The reason the arrow doesn't move within the game is because *you* are not moving. You have to go outside and start walking around to make the arrow pointer move. These are GPS games and they are best played outside in a large area where you are free to walk around in most directions (like a football field). Start the game in the center of the field.
The Maze game is quite fun, and you'll get some good exercise. Move over Wii Fit! ;-)
Have you gone back and tried that game again? And were you using one (or both) of the two sticks to move in that game, or were you using the directional pad.
The dual shock controllers on the PS2 have a small, easily overlooked button between the two sticks. It has a red light directly above it. If you push that button, the light will switch on and off. When the light is on, you can use the sticks in pressure sensitive mode. For example, if you push the stick a little, your character may walk, but if you push it further in a direction he will run instead. It's used differently in different games. But certain games won't operate unless that feature is either on or off (again, it varies by game).
My guess is that the button was accidentally pressed while you were playing, and suddenly the controller didn't work. But when you switched games, most games will turn the light on when they start up, if they need it, so the problem corrected itself.
Looks like your graphics card may be a little weak.
Also check your ram.
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