My ps2 analog is not working in back it is markes as H
I buyed a brand new ps2 controller it is not working in my console no problem with slot.this class B digital device complies with part 15 of the fcc rules and the canadian ices-003.in back of controller it will be like always A and B but in my controller it is H.please solve my problem.
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Let me tell you something from ma personal experience about ps2 controllers...........PS2 CONTROLLERS DOES NOT WORK MORE THEN 6 MONTHS................yeah thats true............if you are using it carefully life may exceed...........take care while using PS2 controller because mostly controllers are damaged from sockets becarefull not to rotate PS2 controller wire or hitting it on floor(lolx i did that myself once)..........buy a new controller for your PS2.......!
just fixed mine. i went to psclones web site ...it doesn't even have the PS3 remote listed a s a product!! however by reading the PS2 manual i figured that if I basically adapted the instructions it might help...I moved the remote to the 3rd slot.. turned off controller switch... held connect button on reciever... turned on controller.... held connect button....held select button ......held down left analogue stick....in no particular order...going back and forth until i noticed the lights had started to go steady... kept holding (30 secs+) Saw a single steady red on 3rd slot...It stayed...Yeh ;O (no clue what was the deciding factor...but theres hope!!) Lesson learned..next time i pay the full price for the Sony remote... Hope this helps
When you say hard, did you mean the controllers analog stick is very "stiff" or loose to the point that you can't move the characters onscreen or the characters move involuntarily. If this is your case then you may have to try another PS2 dualshock 2 analog controller in your PS2, If the problem doesn't happen with another controller, then you may consider buying a new PS2 dualshock 2 analog controller since most likely the controller is already defective.
Also try other games, see if the problem only happens with a particular game. If it does then you will have to check the settings of the game, and see if you can adjust the settings of the buttons or analog stick.
If the problem you're having is more with the "comfort" of the controller you're using then you should consider looking at 3rd party controllers for the PS2. One company that makes them is Logitech, they have a line controllers that work for the PS2 there are other companies so check out gaming sites to get reviews on them. But I would suggest though that if you're shopping for a controller because of this reason, you should try to test the controller out in a game shop first. So that you can get a feel of it before buying. If you like the controller and you're comfortable with it then tha's the time you buy it.
The solution is to buy a new PS2. The memory card is fine, but the problem is the slot. Over time, with wear and tear and users roughly shoving the cards in - the data pins on the inside get bent and warped until they can't handle the abuse anymore and give up entirely.
I recommend GameStop to buy quality used PS2 systems. Good luck!
Pelican Products are unlicensed by Sony and would also void any warranty you had on the PS2. (Me not being a Employee,just what they'd tell you) Have you tried turning off the console taking out the Batteries of the controller,Unplugging the controller from the ports and replugging it back in? Also try a Dual Shock 2 Analog controller (If you have yours still) and see if your ports have gone bad. Usually 3rd party controls could potentially damage your PS2's Controller port as they do not supply the correct power or Data for your system.