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#16 compl3x

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Posted 19 December 2012 - 20:46

Topic is from 2006...


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Posted 21 December 2012 - 22:32

Oops! Didn't notice that :/

#18 Adam Lewis Wagner

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Posted 12 April 2013 - 18:14

Is there anyway to fix the wired 360 left thumbstick??? I didnt everthing right but the left stick moves my character even when im not and it wont stop only does it with San Andreas too... Realling F-in annoying.

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Posted 12 April 2013 - 18:32

Is there anyway to fix the wired 360 left thumbstick??? I didnt everthing right but the left stick moves my character even when im not and it wont stop only does it with San Andreas too... Realling F-in annoying.


It's called "controller drift", and it's a pain in the arse

It's a bit hard to explain from memory, but you need to take the controller apart, and pull the plastic part of the thumbstick off.

You will see these thin bits of metal that arch over the rods. (not using the right words there, I'm sure, but hopefully when you look at it, you'll know what I mean)

Anyway, you need to bend that bit of metal (very slightly) so that it forces the thumbstick back into the correct default position.

It will probably take a bit of trial and error, but it worked great for me.

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Posted 12 April 2013 - 18:39

OK, here you see somebody has used a rubber band to do the same thing...

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you can see the bit of metal/copper I was talking about.

http://www.overclock...ler-stick-drift

I'd say my way was better, because I don't see that rubber band lasting very long.

#21 Jeston

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Posted 12 April 2013 - 18:58

Is there anyway to fix the wired 360 left thumbstick??? I didnt everthing right but the left stick moves my character even when im not and it wont stop only does it with San Andreas too... Realling F-in annoying.


Old thread, but I'm going to answer you anyway. Most of these programs come with a way to change the "Dead Zone" of the sticks. Just make the dead zone a little bigger and you shouldn't have a problem anymore.