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Ps2 joystick or ports problem.

Hello, my ps2 responds a second later after i push a command. its delayed. this happens for both ports or joysticks and or ports. any suggestions. please help.

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Maybe you need a new controller that happend to me one time.

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I have a problem with ps2 joystick keys not working

Posted on Jul 01, 2009

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Hi, I have 2 PS2 controllers, the one was newly bought, the other, has been used for about a year or two. The problem is, the old one's R1 button is unresponsive. Well, it do responds, but only if...


Hi there,
you will need a rubber replacement for your R1 button, if you or a friend have a defective joystick consider that a replacement. if you can't find a defective joystick you can buy a ps2 rubber kit online. below are reference pics.
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1. Remove 5 screws with a philip screw at the back of the joystick.
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4. Put together the front and back part of the joystick.
5. Test the replaced part and screw if you're satisfied.

Hopefully this information helps.

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My computer is unresponsive to the joystick; I plugged it into the usb port a message confirmed it was installed and ready for use but nothing happens when I move the joystick in a flight simulator or...


Hello, Here's the solution to your problem, you have to configure the games you're playing for the joystick to work, I believe all games have this option, ussualy in the "configure keyboard and mouse" options menu, click on any funcion you want your joystick to use for each button, and then press the button you want for that function, do that with all buttons of the joystick you want to use, some games need the joystick axis to be configured, just click on left/right and move your joystick in the desired direction, same procedure to up/down, if your joystick has a throttle wheel, do the same for it (if needed).
Procedure is simple and most games has small variants of this procedures I gave you, but they are simple to figure out.
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