Hardware Nintendont + Classic controller

Nervana14

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Hi guys, I am having a hard time with this one. Searched everywhere, but nothing helps.

The thing is, I have a classic controller (probably 3rd party), and it works perfectly on Virtual Console, but whenever trying to play a GC game in Nintendont, some buttons seems to be continuosly pressed, or being tapped very fast.

What I have experienced is:

Super smash bros melee: The defense button is always on, but not at full power, the red ball is transparent, and when I press L or R the color becomes stronger.

Jedi Outcast II: He keeps firing his gun nonstop

Super Mario Tennis: It always use a defensive shot

So, I guess is something to do with the R button, but dont know what to do. Maybe if I could map my classic controller I could work around this. Or maybe some diagnostic program to see which buttons are being pressed.

Please, dont waste your precious time saying that Nintendont dont work very well with 3rd party controllers, as I already know this, but I am trying to find a solution for this, giving up is not a choice.

As I have seem in gbatemp, someone once said that we would never be able to play Gamecube games on wii without the Gamecube controller. Guess what, he is a wrong MF that gave up too early.

Thanks for any help
 

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I don't think Nintendont likes 3rd party controllers, you could post this issue in the official Nintendont thread and see if anyone can help you there, official thread can be found here
 

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Well, thats why I could not find anything to help me. That thread got over a thousand pages. You really helped me a lot, thank you
 
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