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I have a Sony Dualshock2 controller and a Rockfire PSX/USB bridge connected to my computer. I just got a Logitch cordless action controller for the PS2 and tried to connect it to the rockfire adapter but I couldn't get a connection so it didn't work at all. I was wondering if anyone knows of another type of PSX/USB adapter that this would work with or of another PS2 controller that would work with the Rockfire adapter. I was thinking of getting a Logitech cordless rumblepad 2 (for PC) which is very similar to the PS2 controller, but I think it's missing the L3 and R3 buttons. Is there a wireless PC controller that has all the buttons and sticks of a PS2 controller? Any help would be appreciated. Thanx.
 

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The L3 and R3 buttons are actually your push-buttons on the analog.

Did you try pressing F5 while you are playing the game in ePSXe?
 

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No, no... you got it all wrong. I have no problems whatsoever when I'm using my Dualshock 2 controller. Everything works great. My problem is that I can't use my wireless controller. My psx-pc adapter seems to be incompatible with it. And about the L3/R3 buttons. I think the "Logitech wireless rumblepad" which is a PC pad that is very similar to the Dualshock 2 controller is missing those two buttons. Otherwise I would probably buy one of those. But I want it to be exactly like a PS2 controller. Hope this clears things up.
 

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Dime333 said:
My problem is that I can't use my wireless controller. My psx-pc adapter seems to be incompatible with it.

And about the L3/R3 buttons. I think the "Logitech wireless rumblepad" which is a PC pad that is very similar to the Dualshock 2 controller is missing those two buttons. Otherwise I would probably buy one of those. But I want it to be exactly like a PS2 controller. Hope this clears things up.
This thread might help :: http://www.ngemu.com/forums/search.php?searchid=641561

Sorry, that I have mistaken your post :p
 
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