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The left stick and right stick operate independantly. What they do would vary by game. For most first person shooters, the default is for the left stick to control looking left/right and moving. The other stick would control the other 2 (view up down/ moving on other axis).
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I got one about a week ago, and it works fine for most things... I had trouble with the programing button, since the clear button did nothing ..... to program the controller, you need to hit program button, then hit the buttons you want it to do, the first button you hit will be your start button. like if you wanted to do X Y R R L A, you would hit program and it should light up flashing... hit X Y R R L A and then hit program button again. when you want to use the series of buttons just hit X and it will automatically go through them. Now if you want it to go just normal X again you have to hit program button then X then hit program button again. that should just be the x button all over again.
For the Turbo Button you need to hit the button you want to repeat and then while holding that button down hit the Turbo button..... it will start flashing and boom you have rapid fire and you only have to hold button down to get it to repeat...
Vista simply doesn't support a lot of game controllers. Flight sim enthusiasts are still amazed that even Microsofts own Sidewinder sticks are not supported by Vista. Don't hold your breath for a patch either, so far Micrsoft haven't shown any interest in sorting out their own products, so your only hope is that some tech-savvy person happens to want to use the same stick and shares the driver.
VR353 is a 200k pot that feeds directly in to the vertical oscillation input of the chip on the main board at connection B1. If this pot is broken, you must replace the pot in order to get any vertical oscillation at all.