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Using a game pad instead of a mouse


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fatboy_chubz

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OK, I know after I ask this every pc gamer is going to be ready to drag me through the streets and put a bullet in my head, or just wonder why the heck I would want to use a USB Gamepad instead of a mouse. But that's what I want to know. Is there anyway to use my USB gamepad's buttons and one of the analog axis to emulate my mouse? Its just a personal preference of mine, game pad over mouse.
My computer/system specs:
Computer: E-machines T2484, Intel Celeron 2.4 GHz, 248 MB Ram
System: Windows XP Home SvP1
(yeah it could be better, but it does what I need it to do)
the gamepad I'm using is a Game Elements by Gemini Recoil USB GGE908

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yeh, there are various programs to do so, the best i have found is ControlMK, download it here:

http://www.redcl0ud.com/controlmk/

You can program any of the buttons or axis' to do different tasks, its all fully customisable and very useful

Sam
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Hey, thanks. Control MK was exactly what I was looking for.
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no probs
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