Question about ASUS M2A-VM (0610839149438) Motherboard

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I have a M2A-VM motherboard with AMD Athlon 64X2 4400+. Receintly I purchased a joystick but it does not work on my system. The device is detected as a Joystick (Human interface device) but the keys are not detected in the calibrate module as well. I tried the same joystick on a laptop and it started without any issues. Please help. I serached the net for 3 long days and tried everything they sujjested but no luck.

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  • husainiqbal Nov 27, 2008

    Not Sure. Nothing is written on it. I got it free with a pack of 6 game cds

  • husainiqbal Nov 28, 2008

    I have tried that. I downloaded the latest USB drivers from the net as per the mother board but still no luck at it.


    I think I might need to re-install XP again. Would do you say?

  • Bernie Reeves May 11, 2010

    what model joystick is it ?

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The first thing you have to realize is that this is a software problem....If you have the drivers that came with the joystick then you will need to install them on your system. Otherwise you will have to update your Operating SYSTEM SOFTWARE from THE Micosoft website.

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