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#1 Jan 31 2011 at 10:36 PM Rating: Decent
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I have a Logitech wireless controller and it moves on its own. So i changed to a wired logitech controler same thing...

All drivers are up to date..
The controllers show they are working correctly in their properties..
I have restarted the computer
I have shook the controllers violently and cursed at them.
I have tried different usb ports

Its all over the map not in one area...

Help would be great...Thanks
#2 Jan 31 2011 at 10:44 PM Rating: Good
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Have you tried calibrating your controller?

Windows 7:
Start > Devices and Printers > right click your gamepad > game controller settings > should find calibrate in here

After a decent period of use, my controller starts to get kind of twitchy, so I recalibrate fairly often.
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#3 Jan 31 2011 at 11:10 PM Rating: Good
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if that doesn't work buy a xbox corded controller. never had any problems with it.The plug and play does not work. It has to be the hard wired ones.
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#4 Feb 01 2011 at 5:34 PM Rating: Decent
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I have a wireless Logitech controller that did the same thing. Finding my solution was like getting my drop from Mee Degggi (1/150+ :() but here it is.

Aparently there is something with the transmitter in the controller that is doing it. I know you mentioned you tried wired, but this might be able to trigger it off. There is a hard reset in the Logitech controllers that activates; when both R2 and L2 are held in WHILE the batteries are inserted. Go figure. Try it out a few times anyway.
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#5 Feb 01 2011 at 5:47 PM Rating: Excellent
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I have this problem whenever I log in with my PS2 controller. I don't know if your controller has an analog button like PS2 controllers do, but I have to turn it off, rotate the sticks and let it snap in place before turning it on again.
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#6 Feb 01 2011 at 6:20 PM Rating: Good
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Thats a good point. If the controller was upside down or something when it was turned on (so that the analog was pushed forward) it makes that your 0,0 coordinate, and when it springs back into place it is off center. If this is not what is causing the event, you can try to compensate by holding the stick in the opposite direction when turning it on to cancel out the ghostwalking.
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