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Windows 7: Cyborg Gamepad

27 May 2012   #1

win 7 X64 Ultimate SP1
Cyborg Gamepad

I don't know if this is solveable but I'll throw it out here. I have looked on the net for solutions but haven't found any.
This is a Saitec Cyborg Rumble Pad. I have the latest drivers and software from the Saitec site and loaded. Device manager says everything is functioning. There is two small apps with the software. One is a profile editor and the other is a "controller test page". The controller test page show Cyborg V3 Rumble connected all the test points respond to the controller. Such as button 1, button 2, etc. The POV responds.
The profile editor loads up fine with no complaints (tried in compat mode also). It's possible to build and save/load profiles. It has a test page. The test page shows no response what so ever. When I boot up COD Black Ops the game doesn't see the controller. I have tried several things none of which work. Anybody got any hints besides the trash can?

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27 May 2012   #2

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit

No real advice, sorry.

But, I can say that I had a Saitec RumblePad, though an older one, that had issues with certain games myself. Even with latest drivers etc. It would either only work partially or not at all ion those titles. And thats even though the game itself supported a gamepad.
Then other games, such as Tomb Raider it worked perfect.

I eventually broke down and invested in a Xbox 360 controller for Windwos (the wired version) and have not had any issues since.

I know thats not much help, but if all else fails you may want to try and borrow one or something and see if you get the same results. I found them to be a lot less headache.

I never did figure out exactly why my RumblePad was so tempermental
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27 May 2012   #3

win 7 X64 Ultimate SP1
Trash Can

Looks like I'll be deep sixing it. Have you got a link to the controller you are talking about?
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28 May 2012   #4


Is vibration an important feature for you? Otherwise a Logitech dualshock analog does the job for me. (Logitech has a rumble version too but I don't want that feature.)
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