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My old controller is like this, and it can be detected in windows XP now that i am using Windows7 and it is still working fine, make sure that the device is being detected by your Operating System and the make sure that the USB port that you are using can detect USB device.
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If you haven't tried this, go to control panel, and detect new hardware, you may have to poke around to find this, but it should be under printers and hardware. Make sure that the device is fully plugged in, and if it uses USB and your PC has more than one USB port, try a different port. Otherwise, the controller may be defective, but you can try calling the helpline for the company, and inquiring if they can help you hook it up. There may be a trick none of us know.
That game controller would hook up to an older Creative Sound Blaster Sound card that has a yellow 15 pin female connector on it. See if you have a yellow 15 pin female connector on the back of the computer.
If not then you'll need an adaptor to convert it over to USB that looks like this, click on my link or paste it into your browser and you will see the picture of it:
Jedi Academy cant play on a controller cause ive tryed to play that game before with a controller and it dont work, also look to see if that controller is MAC compatable and maybe update the driver for the game pad.