Yes, I was wondering about that myself but just thought it was down to the fact the PS joypads are not true USB devices so the adapter simply tells Windows that their are two pads connected, regardless of how many are actually plugged in.Betamax said:Got the same pad adapter here
First off, when you install the drivers for that adapter windows always thinks you've installed 2 new gamepads, even when you've only got 1 (or none!) plugged into the adapter. In my case, that meant I couldn't configure the pad in epsxe, due to a load of random crap being sent from the driver for the missing pad 2. The simplest way to fix that was to plug in a second ps2 controller, then the configuration worked fine. Alternatively you can disable the driver for the missing second pad in control panel.