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The inside of controller port 1 has come out so the controller wont stay in

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  • DRAKE08 Aug 02, 2008

    The little dual pieces inside the controller 1 port has come out

  • cerdiwan Mar 02, 2009

    The little black connector pieces inside of the controller Port 1 have broken off. Is there a way to fix it?

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I had just gotten my usb that i wanted to plug into so i can transfer some items from my Xbox360 to my computer but then i noticed that the last time i had taken out the wired controller it took part of a...


The USB port is likely broken for good. However, you can buy USB hubs like this one that take one USB port and splits it into four. They're also really cheap, that one being around $3.

Also, if you only need two USB ports, there is a third one in the back of your console, right above the network port.

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Remember thumbs up if this helps.

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The only way to fix that is to go inside the playstation 2 and replace it. And the other thing is that you have to find a new controller port which is the hard part. Hope I Helped

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CONTROLLER WOES


When these messages keep occurring it means the controller is either broken, damaged or about to die. I had that once with some games. For instance when I got shot and the controller rumbled it paused and said "No controller present".

Try checking other controllers, try cleaning the controller ports. (use a vaccuum to suck out dust out of the controller ports). And make sure no pins inside the controllers plug are bent or broken. if so: carefully bent it straight. Also check if the other end (the slots) aren't broken. They can be a bit wobbly.

If the problem occurs with multiple controllers which you believe aren't defective try the second controller port (I know, most games require the controller to be in Port 1) but maybe the port is broken. Which can be the result of shoving in the controllers to hard.

Also, just a hint: try not to swap controllers or Memory Card once the unit is powered on. Same goes for cables and other accesoiries.
If none of this helps, and you are sure the controllers are OK: get the console itself to either a Sony repairman or the shop you got it from.

I hope this helps. Please rate.

Greetings,

DarkNeogen.

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There is a problem with the controller port PCB. Either one of the pins have snapped or a component on the Controller port board has broken down.
Can be easily replaced with a spare off an auction site.
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I had this same problem. Try plug the multi tap into the player 2 port (with a controler in the player 1 port) and so on try different arangement for the controllers (mine worked with the way i wrote). If this doesnt help, a friend of mine had a problem with the contacts in the muti tap (or the controlers), if you are experience you could try open it up and make the contacts stick out a lil more or (more preferably) contact the producer of your multitap they may be able to repair it for a decent fee

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