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I am playing EA sports Cricket game. 2 Player is identified/enabled in game only if I plug in the Joystick in to my laptop.

Now my joystick is not working , I want to plug in my additional keyboard as Joystick so that the game can identify the 2nd user automatically.

My system info: Windows 7 64bit

i am using, ea sports cricket 2007. The game deducts the second player only if joystick is inserted. I want to play the second player in keyboard itself. I have additional keyboard. My joystick was working in windows7 x32 bit but when i changed it to x64 bit, it says device(joystick) not recoginized. I tried with multiple driver softwares from internet, its not working.

So now i need, either use second keyboard as joystick or how to use joystick for 64bit –

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Which version of EA Sports Cricket are you playing? Do you simply want to enable the second player, or should the second player use the second keyboard for control? –  Oliver Salzburg May 12 '13 at 17:46
    
i am using, ea sports cricket 2007. The game deducts the second player only if joystick is inserted. I want to play the second player in keyboard itself. I have additional keyboard. My joystick was working in windows7 x32 bit but when i changed it to x64 bit, it says device(joystick) not recoginized. I tried with multiple driver softwares from internet, its not working. So now i need, either use second keyboard as joystick or how to use joystick for 64bit –  logan May 13 '13 at 5:17
    
I would suggest you to install the games in compatibility mode and check if it works. –  Anurag Shetti May 14 '13 at 11:40
    
@anurag shetti : the game is portable and the game is working fine. The problem is joystick is not working in x64 bit. And i want to use my keyboard as secondary player. –  logan May 14 '13 at 17:15
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Mmm... I think RBjoy is what you're looking for.

  • Emulate keystrokes and mouse clicks with the joystick or gamepad
  • Simulating keypresses or mouse-events with the joystick or gamepad

I don't know if it's still compatible with the new Windows OS; by the way you can always try!

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hi, will rbjoy convert the keyboard input to joystick input ? And the page link is in some other language. I need it in english. –  logan May 14 '13 at 17:11
    
for Keyboard to Joypad there is JoytoKey, RBjoy does both –  Lamberto Basti May 14 '13 at 17:58
    
It converts joystick input into keyboard input; I dont have joystick , i need keyboard to be converted as joystick input. please let me know. –  logan May 15 '13 at 5:19
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I have tried VJoy and it works unless you want an Xbox 360 controller layout. Anyway, I don't quite think there's an official method on Windows to actually split the input of the two keyboards.

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