i love you avatar. also, if you build a stick from a psx/psone pad you can get a lagfree adapter from radioshack for $6 (no drivers needed in xp).
if you build one from an official xbox pad you can use the xbcd drivers if you make a usb adapter. a spare usb mouse and an xbox extension cable is all thats needed.
i'll let you know if those drivers work with the sf:ac pad for xbox.
BIG BEEF! wrote:
So does anyone Have the lay out for a playstation M serious non analog control???????
Im new to the wiring on pcb's. I know on the stick you can daisy chain the grounds all together then attach to a barrier. Would you do the same for pcb ? Daisy chain all the grounds together to one ground on a barrier. Im mainly concerned if im using a project box with a db15 or db25 . What is the best way ? ??
Scrape the black stuff off with an exacto knife or something similar, and it should have a gold type of medal underneath it to which you can solder onto.
First job was to get it working with the DC so I hacked up a pad as per the guides and it works a treat. :lovin:
will the spiffyshoes tutorial actually work for a PS2 dual shock? if not can someone help me out with a tutorial on this particular controller.