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I'm running Windows 7 x64.
I just picked up a PS2 to USB adapter, downloaded the drivers from their website, and became stumped. It isn't detected as a gamepad, yet I can use it in games that utilize one (L4D2, TF2, Half-Life, etc.)
It shows up (twice) in Device Manager as "HID-compliant game controller," yet going into "Game Controllers Settings" from control panel shows 0 installed controllers.
Any ideas?

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Did you verify the driver is Windows 7 and 64-bit compatible? Some devices are not recognized properly when plugged into to the front panel. If it is connected to the front panel, try the back (MB) slot. – CharlieRB Sep 28 '12 at 19:23
@CharlieRB yep. Doesn't work on any port, and is windows 7 64 bit compatible. – aerobit Oct 9 '12 at 1:10

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