A4Tech EZ-Gamepad GP-8

Category: Input Device
Manufacturer: A4 Tech
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 52.34 Mb
Operating System: Windows XP, 2000, 98, Me, NT
Latest Version / Release Date: 5.10.3000.0 / 02 Oct 2005

Windows device driver information for A4Tech EZ-Gamepad GP-8

A4Tech E-ZGamepad GP-8 is a type of game controller that users hold in their hands and use thumb digits to offer input. Generally, gamepads feature action set buttons that are operated by right thumbs and direction controllers that are handled with the left thumbs. The A4Tech E-ZGamepad GP-8 direction controllers were contemporary four-way digital crosses that are also called joypads or otherwise D-pads, but most present-day controllers, which are sometimes called substitutes, are features of the analogue. A number of the ordinary additions of standard pads consist of shoulder buttons that are placed along pad edges, centrally placed, select start and then the mode buttons. The internal motor is also used for providing force feedback. A4Tech E-ZGamepad GP-8 is the main means of inputting the current video game consoles. A4Tech E-ZGamepad GP-8 is additionally accessible for all the personal computers, though the mouse and keyboards grouping are likely to be used frequently.

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There are step by step guidelines for installing A4Tech EZ-Gamepad GP-8 driver. First, download files for the A4Tech EZ-Gamepad GP-8 from the manufacturer sites, save the files on the computers and unzip. Connect the A4Tech EZ-Gamepad GP-8 to computer. Right click on the ‘My Computer' menu and then click on the ‘Properties' section. Click on the ‘Device Manager' button. At that time, users can get updated versions of A4Tech EZ-Gamepad GP-8 under the category ‘hidclass' and then double click on the ‘Device' after which users are ‘Reinstall Driver' button. Go for the option that has been labeled ‘Install' from the category labeled ‘specific location', click on ‘Include this location' and press the ‘Browse' option and select A4Techdrivers. Finally, click ‘Next' to go on and ‘Finish' to successfully finish the installation processes. After all those procedures, users can see the A4Tech EZ-Gamepad GP-8 under ‘hidclass' within device managers. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and A4Tech EZ-Gamepad GP-8 errors before installing any driver updates.