The P120 is compatible with IBM PC Pentium systems, and will work with your Windows® 95/98-based games. Carefully designed to be both versatile and ergonomically sound, this gamepad is meant to fit a wide range of hand sizes, offering long grips for comfortable play! As shown under Features and Controls, the P120 boasts 4 fire buttons, 2 quick-fire triggers, and a fast, responsive 8-way D-Pad. You also have the option of attaching a mini joystick handle, which can be conveniently stored right inside the unit when not in use. 2. …THEN DO THE CALIBRATION! After setting up the P120 as described under Getting Connected, calibrate your gamepad, as follows: a. Click Start, and select Settings, then Control Panel. b. Double-click the Game Controllers icon. c. First remove any existing controllers shown on the General tab by clicking on Remove. Select Add on the General tab, then select [Custom…], at the top of the dropdown list. d. Select 3 axes and 4 buttons. e. Click on the Special Characteristics box, and select Is a game pad. Type in P120 for the name, and then click on OK. f. You’re now back at the Game Controllers screen. Making sure that P120 is highlighted, click on the Properties button to open the Game Controller Properties dialog box. g. Select Calibrate, and follow the on-screen instructions to calibrate the D-Pad and buttons. To calibrate the third axis, press the two quick-fire triggers on the underside of the gamepad, click on Finish. h. Click on Test, and try out your P120. The D-Pad cursor should reach all four corners of the square, and the fire button indicators should turn on as the fire buttons are pressed. The two quick-fire trigger on the underside of the unit are represented by a vertical bar in the center. The indicator should go up when you press one button, and down when you press the other. i. After checking out the D-Pad and all the buttons, quit by clicking OK. Time to load your game and start playing! 3. HAVE QUESTIONS? HERE’S SOME HELP! a. My computer is not recognizing the P120 as an active game controller. What’s wrong? • Check the cable connections. Turn your computer off, and unplug your gamepad from the computer’s game port. Then plug it back 1 ENGLISH 1. LEARN ABOUT THE BASICS… in, making certain that the connection is snug. • Are you using an extender cable or a Y-connector? Since these cables can sometimes cause problems, we suggest that your P120 be connected directly to the game port. b. My buttons don’t seem to be reacting correctly! Why? • Check your Game Controller Setup, as described in Section 2. Make sure that you have selected 3 axes and 4 buttons. • Try calibrating the gamepad again. Even if you have already done this, sometimes recalibrating can solve problems. c. Can I have another controller connected at the same time? • To avoid potential problems and conflicts, we recommend that you remove any existing controllers before installing your P120 gamepad. Do this by selecting the previously installed controller in the Game Controller window, and clicking on Remove. Then, add the P120 as instructed in Section 2. d. I calibrated the P120 and loaded my game, but the game instructions say I have to calibrate it again. Why? • Most current games make use of the Windows game controller and calibration information. Some older games, however, may require you to define the gamepad and calibrate it again within the program. In these cases, refer to your game manual. 4. IF YOU NEED MORE SUPPORT… Give our website a visit at http://www.saitek.com. Besides obtaining help with your technical questions, you’ll also find up-to-date news and product information, as well as listings of related links that are sure to interest you. And, while you’re there, why not explore our website a little further and check out all the other products Saitek has to offer, including a great variety of game controllers, chess computers, and other electronic products—you might just find something you’ve never seen before! If you need additional help with the setup or use of your P120, you can also obtain comprehensive product support by contacting your nearest Technical Support Center. You’ll find a complete listing of our worldwide affiliates on a separate sheet, included in the box with your P120. We’ve provided everything you need, including e-mail addresses, mailing addresses, and telephone numbers. In order to deal with your problems as quickly as possible, we ask that you please follow these guidelines when contacting us: • Have access to your computer when you call! If you are experiencing problems with one particular game, try to have that game loaded. • Provide us with other relevant information, such as your computer’s make and model, details on your hardware and software, the version number of the game, etc. 2 3 ENGLISH • Describe the problem you are having and the events that led up to it, trying to be as precise as possible. Remember—the better we can understand the problem, the faster we can find the solution!
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