Redgear Smartline Gamepad: Best gamepad which supports both X-Input and D-Input. The best part is that this gamepad support all the latest PC games and you no need to download and install any third party application to enable vibration.
Quantum PC Gamepad: This is the cheapest gamepad you can get in any online retailing website and the best part is that this gamepad vibrates too. But you have to install a third-party driver (speedlink strike gamepad controller driver) which I have already shared with you in this post. Here, is the review:
Maybe you just downloaded a new game and cannot wait to start things off. You install it and get your gamepad, ready to smash game characters. And then nothing happens. You plug in the connector to a different port on your Windows PC and find that it does not register, indicating that your gamepad is not recognized on your device.
If updating your drivers does not work, the Gamepad Not Recognized issue may not be as serious as you imagine. It could be a problem of compatibility, as we earlier pointed out. So, either the gamepad you are using is incompatible with the video game or with your current version of Windows. In the rare case where this is true, you can simply do the following:
One other way to fix the Gamepad Not Recognized problem on Windows 10/11 is to prevent Windows from turning off (or refusing to recognize) gamepad devices to save power. To do this, you have to change the power settings from the USB driver tab on the Device Manager page in Windows 10/11. So, to change these settings, 2b1af7f3a8