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Recoil Gge909 Game Pad Use On Pc

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#1 bbulbb


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Posted 18 May 2008 - 07:40 AM

How to use a keyboard emulator Recoil GGE909 It is installed and I have not figured how to use the device :trumpet: I need a general description of the functions of each of the two sticks to be able to continue . :flowers:
The user manual on cd is too vague to figure it from .This is the first gamepad of any kind I have ever TRIED to use ! :inlove: General functions of a 2 stick game pad for pc is what I am looking for !!!! THanx bulbb :thumbsup:

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Posted 18 May 2008 - 04:04 PM

cool, i've got the same one lol. I'm guessing you're talking about the analog sticks? "most" games use the left stick as a substitute for the directional pad. some use the right stick, but far from all. Its set up to be exactly like the Playstation controller, complete with vibration. With the added mouse feature and the ESC and ENTER buttons. You'll have to configure it for whatever game/program you're using it on. Oh and just a warning, don't give yourself more cord or put any back while the game is running or it will freeze. And be careful about getting things in the analog sticks, they didn't set them up very well and there's gaps when they're used, one got ruined already lol.

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