Don’t be to worried if you don’t find a wire for each hole there are only 7 or 8 wires and 9 holes. The pins in blue are those that we will use if we connect a second pad. They work for all pads including the dual-shock pads. The optional line is only necessary if you are running a Dual-Shock pad, and want to use force feedback. This can be a little tricky with two wires into one end of the DB connector.
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Take the female connector of the cable and put the pin in each one of the holes to make contact and, using the multi-meter on resistant setting, write down to what hole corresponds each wire of the other end. The assembly is not very complicated.
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The other wire the black you solder to pin 18 or 19 or direcctpad it connected the wire that corresponds of hole 6. Don’t be to worried if you don’t find a wire for each hole there are only 7 or 8 wires and 9 holes.
You will be able to use ALL the buttons of PlayStation pad in your preferred games, altogether 10 if you use digitals or 16 if you use the analog control. Instead they would be connected like this:. Now you must do is to install directppad a second DirectPad driver the same way that you did the first time but this time. Maybe except to Calibrate the controller.
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You can go through the other settings and tabs to completely change everything but for the first time you should leave most of it alone. This can be a little tricky with two wires into one end of the DB connector.
The scheme would be thus now:. The most common problem is that it does not do anything. After making sure all the connections are correct you did this first didn’t you? You should be able to configure the second pad the same as you did for pad one. Well, we now have written on the paper the relation of the holes from the 1 to the 9 directpax to what cable prk in the other end corresponds to each one of them.
With either power from a external power block or power from inside the computer they both are connected the same way. So stick the pin on hole 1 then touch the ends of the wires until you find the one that matches the corresponding hole.
If you do not have any free connectors. Here is the Playstation interface schematic.
Pad does not respond in the game, although everything in the driver seems to be correct. Advantages It enjoys the ample range of pads that exists mainly for PlayStation and, of firectpad compared price those of PC speaking in terms quality-price.
Remember that you must weld the 5 diodes in the correct direction. When installing driver leaves the typical blue screen of death.
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The connection goes to the parallel port, which means that if you are going to use the printer you change connectors If your controller doesn’t power up many racing controllers need more power than the parallel port can supply, for example you may want to try adding an external 5V power supply: Report by Emulatronia http: Look below on how to get more power to the pads. Quick attention to these changes.
Directly connect direcpad hole of the 5v in the connector to feed pad if our parallel is not able to provide enough power.
We are going to find out to what hole of the female connector is connected to which small wire. The optional line is only necessary if you are running a Dual-Shock pad, and want to use force feedback. With the dual-shock directpzd you will be able to change between the digital control to analog during any game session. The pins in blue are those that we will use if we connect a second pad. Before starting, we are going to make sure that you have a free power connector.
Look to the attached figure considering that the part that is seen in drawing is the part where we are going to solder. Tin-plating DB connectors Take DB connector po tin-plate the ends where we are going to make the connections, that are 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 18 and