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I have a PSX to USB converter that I bought from Lik-Sang. Works great, except the analog sticks are way too sensitive. Calibrating through the control panel doesn't help, and it uses default XP drivers, so no additional calibration is possible. Anyone know of any utilities/tools that allow for the tweaking of joystick sensitivity? Thanks.
 

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Thanks, but like I said, its recognized by Windows XP as a generic USB 16 button, 4 axis joystick so no driver is necessary. It shows up in xp just find. The problem I have is there is no way to adjust the deadzone. However, I've solved the problem in epsxe. I had the joystick in Digital mode, lol. So switching to Analog has fixed the problem. But, for other games (such as BF1942) its still a problem if there is no in-game adjustable deadzone, because the stick will be overly sensitive. I did some searching and found that adjustments to the deadzone are broken with DirectX 9. If you have an earlier version you can use a tool called DXTweak2.

That said, everything works just fine now that I have it on analog. Epsxe has a good enough deadzone programmed in already. It would be nice to have this adjustable in the input settings, though.
 

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i think he is saying to update your drivers with the custom made ones to be able to acess the usb special features
 

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I have a PSX to USB converter that I bought from Lik-Sang. Works great, except the analog sticks are way too sensitive. Calibrating through the control panel doesn't help, and it uses default XP drivers, so no additional calibration is possible. Anyone know of any utilities/tools that allow for the tweaking of joystick sensitivity? Thanks.
Hmmmm, have you tried PSXeven?
With this emulator you can use pad plugins,not supported in ePSXe. With the one called Harakiri Pad Plugin you can adjust the dead zone.

http://www.ngemu.com/psx/psxeven.php
 
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