on 18-01-2012 09:37 AM
ive had this happen in skyrim and i thought it was the game messing up but then i was like hmmm went to the ps menu and just shook the controller it tried to sign me into psn once, one time it tried to play music...i think the conroller has got something going on with it to where just moving it in certain directions make it think you have hit certain buttons i dont know how to fix it besides buying a new controller though
on 19-04-2012 12:13 AM
Has anyone with this problem been playing rockband/gh?
Its worth noting that the wireless receiver does tend to interfere with signals everynow and then.
I plug my receivers into a PS3 dock, and the USB's are hidden at the back, so its worth checking!
on 03-08-2012 02:33 AM
I have had the same issue when ever I pushed the right analogy stick too the right I got my clay more out, all it is, is inside your controller there is a flexible ribbon ( the see through with green lines) and under that is a piece of foam and some times can can be warn making button presses not work or use different buttons there only about £2.50 to buy so no worry and really easy to fit, look on youtube if you get stuck
on 28-08-2012 03:07 AM
on 05-12-2012 12:42 PM
I know how to fix this issue.
First you will have to open up your controller then if you have opened it, you will see a strip with some lines on it. Now you will need duct tape. Roll the duct tape ( Like a cigarette ) then pull out the stripe from the 2 black plastic poles. Then put the rolled up duct tape between the 2 poles ( So the strip is a little bit higher ) then put the strip back on, and screw your controller back on. The strip is now is a little higher. If you want you can also clean up your controller. But this worked for me hope it works for you too !
on 22-12-2012 12:53 PM
It's the controller's delicate pressure sensitive buttons, and the fact that the leads are laid out on a flimsy piece of plactic that in time shrinks, or expands just a touch and *****s the whole controller up, usually when you use the triggers, that puts pressure on the board that holds the leads and the slightest movement, the controller thinks it was pressed. . If you open it up and make sure everything is tight, u may get lucky and have it work. I recently opened mine up, tried my best to make sure everything was tight, and I have it working a lot better, but my secondary or a jump still happens, my next time in there I'm using some dounle sided tape to hole the flimsy leads in place, in about two hours I will start. Post back and let you know.
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