Question about Video Game Consoles & Games
Just activate the vibration in the option of the game or console and if its still not working then the problem is in your controller and should get a new one or if the controller is still in warranty and you should go back to the store where you bought it and make them fix or replace it
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
I hv got d same wheel nd once, i hv experiencd d prob that u have..
i got d vibration to work during first 2 days nd it stoppd..
thought it was a result of a fall,
but, aftr playing a bit in the game controllers - supplied by win7,
in its properties, under vibration tab-
thers 'No Vibration' check box---
i hv once checked tht box nd pressd OK.....bt wen u again go back in there, u could see it uncheckd, - bt vibration still OFF --
so , i ticked and unticked it---thn pressd apply nd OK.....thn again went bak tu vibration test and it workd ---
this was my case --
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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