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Problem with Logitech Rumblepad 2


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timbo00

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Ok heres what we are working with:

1. I have calibrated the device. It DOES rumble during calibration, but not in games.
2. It works in the games I have tryed it in (Madden 2006, Star Wars: Battlefront) but without rumble.
3. I have called tech support of Logitech and BOTH games, but none helped.
4. It is listed as supported by BOTH games.
5. I have downloaded the latest drivers from Logitech.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Welcome to Geeks To Go!!

have you checked the settings in the games themselves making sure that rumble is even turned on?
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Neither game has any force feedback settings.
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so what is the problem?
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Try reading the topic...
The RUMBLEpad will not RUMBLE...

I'm also rather disturbed that you offered help before if you did not know what the problem was...

Edited by timbo00, 30 December 2005 - 09:20 PM.

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that is what i thought the problem was, but once you stated that "Neither game has any force feedback settings." i could not see the issue, as in requesting rumble settings for a game that did not have them..............

Nevermind that is behind us-- the game you want to play that is not giving you force feed back, does have feedback to begin with, and you have cheked the settings to make sure you have activated it. correct?
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Both games fully support the controller according to min reqs... and force feedback is turned on to 100% strength.

They do not have any force feedback settings because, I am assuming, have auto force feedback detection.

Edited by timbo00, 30 December 2005 - 09:37 PM.

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