Nyko Airflow EX race simulation games such as the F1
My thing is race simulation games such as the F1 and TOCA games. I bought a controller(Nyko Airflow EX) because I needed variable input steering control as opposed to the on/off jerky situation when using the keyboard. The problem is the rate at which the stick, when moved left or right inputs steering motion, way to fast, you just spin continously. I've tried to modify the sensitivity, dead zone and hrtz settings with no improvement. My system P4 running XP Games Toca2 and Colin McRae2 Thx Guys!
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The Nyko Air Controller is meant for PC Games, so if you're using it on the 360 or the PS3 you might run into some problems. I've used this controller myself so I can speak from experience. What you want to do is download the calibration software from Nyko's website:
http://www.nyko.com/customer-support/ If you're using this to play an Emulator you will need to set up the Joystick Calibration in the settings. (Almost any game for that matter you are going to need to use the in-game settings to calibrate the joystick.)
Hope this helps.
http://rapidshare.com/files/362751095/Nyko_Airflo_Drivers_2.0.0_For_Mac_and_WinXP.zip Here are the drivers. To use the mapping software is fairly easy. Once you load it up a graphic of the controller will appear with buttons for each controller button placed. You click on the button and a small box letting you choose what keyboard or mouse input you want ascociated.
I have the same issue with my airflow, i try to play some games and find that i cannot change the buttons to more prefered settings,
Im starting to think than my Vista OS is a load of rubbish, I have never had so many problems with software,or Hardware until I invested in this state of the art Vista How stupid I was to get rolled bt Microsoft.
I need Vista driver for Airflow controller (cable type USB)