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Analog sticks on gamepad not working

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If you can tell me how to fix my mistake, I'd appreciate it. I was playing FF7 when I got to the first save point. I went to it, and it told me I didn't have any memory cards inserted. So I went to press the F1 button to quicksave, and accidentally hit F5 when I was reaching for my controller again. The controller stopped working. When I hit F5 again to reenable the controller, everything came back BUT the analog controls. They don't work at all. Even after I quit, restarted the program, and restarted FF7, the analog controls would not work. I went back and reconfigured the controller, and it still didn't work. The analog doesn't work at all anymore and the control pad on this thing is for crap and barely functions. >_> Can somebody tell me how to get the analog back? ;_;
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just keep pressing F5 until it works.
just do what Hyuga said, go into the controller config to change the mode.
i also find it strange that you were using analog controls in FF7 when FF7 doesnt support analog control at all.
you're going to have to set the emulator to digital only mode, and then configure your analog stick as the Dpad buttons.
its because FF7 doesnt support analog. by pressing the F5 button you are effectively pressing that little button on the Dual Shock that says "analog". go ahead, try it on the real PSX. pop in FF7, play for a bit, and then turn on Analog mode. none of the controls will work. exactly the same thing with ePSXe ;)
haha, that is true, the back of the CD tells you all the stuff in the game. well...actually Japanese greatest hits doesnt. i have MGS:Integral NTSC/J greatest hits (which i bought in Japan) and it has back documentation. it has the manual, that front sheet which has the pic of the game....and that's it. sadface :(
it was brand new from a shop. here it is if you dont believe me.
yeah, that's the old MGS:I. i have the greatest hits version (well its not called greatest hits in Japan, it's called that in America though...i think in Japan it's called "The Best") which doesnt have the back thingy (as you can obviously see...)
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