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How to install a joypad ?

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I have a generic 4-buttons joypad and nt4 sp3.Please help me...
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by:wayneb
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You add this by going to control panel and then multi-media and then click on devices and then add, you will then need an Nt driver for your device, next click on unlisted or updated device and then Nt will ask you for the loction of the driver you are going to install. After the install you will have to reboot and see if then it works.
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Do you know where to find generic NT joypad driver?
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by:wayneb
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The question was how to install a joypad under windows Nt, you did not say you also needed a driver. I will try and find one for you.
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I don't know if it works for joypad, but there is a driver for generic joystick on Windows NT CD-ROM in \DRVLIB\MULTIMED\JOYSTICK\X86.
You install it just like wayneb discribed.
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