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    Intermittently I’ve noticed an issue where one of the directions on my dpad appears stuck for 1-2 seconds. The pad doesn’t physically appear stuck but whatever I’m running will act as if I’m continuing to press a certain direction. This has happened maybe 5 times in about 5 hours of total usage. At first I only saw this while scrolling in emulation station, but last night I saw it once in retroatrch’s nes core where my character started to go left unexpectedly.

    What are the possible explanations for this? So the dpad could have an issue, and I could try swapping with another controller. But could it be a gamepad driver issue for my Logitech Dual Action? Any other possible explanations? Could it be related to my “medium” overclock or lack of adequate voltage through my power adapter? (http://www.adafruit.com/products/501)

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    Same here with ps3 controller over usb

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