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Force FeedBack Gamepad For Win XP Driver
Force Feedback Gamepad Driver
Psx Game Port Driver
Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT4, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98, Windows 95
188.8.131.52 (2002-07-28) via .inf
0.8.2002.0427 (2002-03-21) via .inf
0.8.2002.0514 (2002-05-14) via .inf
184.108.40.206 (2002-04-01) via .inf
the driver of win2000 works without calibration of the joystic on win xp
Aattar (DG Member) on 21-Apr-2005
The following files are found inside the driver download file.
|DESKTOP.INI||266 bytes||27 Feb 2004|
|REDAME.DOC||5.9 KB||21 Oct 2002|
|win xp/DESKTOP.INI||271 bytes||18 Oct 2002|
|win xp/PADENUM.INF||1.4 KB||6 Apr 2002|
|win xp/INSTALL.EXE||97.8 KB||9 Feb 2004|
|win xp/README.TXT||4.1 KB||21 Oct 2002|
|win xp/NTPAD.SYS||21.0 KB||28 Jul 2002|
|win xp/NTPADCPL.DLL||120.8 KB||28 Jul 2002|
|win xp/NTPAD.INF||9.7 KB||21 Oct 2002|
|win xp/padEnum.sys||10.6 KB||7 Mar 2002|
|win xp/NTPAD.DLL||57.3 KB||28 Jul 2002|
|win 2000/PSXCPL.DLL||307.2 KB||6 Jun 2002|
|win 2000/PSXPORT.INF||54.9 KB||21 Oct 2002|
|win 2000/PsxSetup.exe||421.9 KB||9 Feb 2004|
|win 2000/PSXPADFF.DLL||73.7 KB||6 Jun 2002|
|win 2000/PSXPAD.INF||1.5 KB||21 Oct 2002|
|win 2000/PSXENUM.SYS||16.9 KB||26 Sep 2002|
|win 2000/PSXPAD.SYS||12.2 KB||15 May 2002|
|win 2000/DEFAULT.INI||13.7 KB||21 Oct 2002|
|DPADPRO.VXD||36.2 KB||19 Apr 1999|
|DirectPad Pro.inf||6.7 KB||21 Oct 2002|
|DPADPRO.DLL||92.7 KB||19 Apr 1999|
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