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Hi,

I have a logitech Dual Action Game Pad with a 20 inch iMac, is there a way to configure the controller to play games?

I mean on my Windows, there was in the control panel a game controllers, how would it work with my Mac?

Thank you in advance
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i hate to burst ure bubble but soz u cant, theres no way of doing that. mac just doesnt support any game controlers. unless u go to a mac store and see if they have controllers.
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i hate to burst ure bubble but soz u cant, theres no way of doing that. mac just doesnt support any game controlers. unless u go to a mac store and see if they have controllers.
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