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  • guspaz
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    I was having the same problem (no matter what I did, NES controller didn’t respond). I saw the posts here today, switched the overclock from “pi2” (which is a mild overclock for the pi2, not the native clockspeed of the pi2) to “none” (which makes it run much slower), and the controller started working.

    Looking forward to the fix so that the driver works independent of clockspeed!

    guspaz
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    For the power switch to work correctly, the power must be connected to the ControlBlock power port, not the RPi power port.

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