The Sony PlayStation 2 (PS2) is a sixth generation home gaming system that makes use of a special PS2 controller that allows the player to play all of the console's games. If you wish to connect your PS2 controller to a personal computer, you must convert the signal from your PS2 controller into a USB signal. As long as you have the proper cable adaptor, you can do this easily.
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Things you need
- PS2 controller adaptor (for USB)
Connect your PS2 controller's connector to the controller port on your PS2 controller adaptor.
Connect the USB end of this adaptor to an available USB port on your PC.
Click the hardware bubble that appears on your desktop when the computer recognises the controller. This will open the "Add Hardware Wizard."
Select the "Next" button in the Add Hardware Wizard. The computer will now adjust itself to accept your PS2 controller.
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