Question about Saitek X36 Flight (J24) Joystick, Throttle

Open Question

Saitek x36 Need new driver to run in Win XP or Win7

Posted by on

Ad

Add Your Answer

Uploading: 0%

my-video-file.mp4

Complete. Click "Add" to insert your video. Add

×

Loading...
Loading...

Related Questions:

1 Answer

Need (cd) drivers


Only for XP http://www.driversdown.com/drivers/10831.shtml

Jul 25, 2011 | Saitek X36 Flight (J24) Joystick, Throttle

1 Answer

Need. Drivers


Computer accessories least require drivers. observe the device for system compartibilities.

Jul 24, 2011 | Saitek X36 Flight (J24) Joystick, Throttle

1 Answer

In FSX (Win7 64bit) couldn't get enough speed to take off! Found that when Saitek proflight quadrant set at max only around 85% power delivered. Had to use mouse pointer in virtual cockpit to advance...


Hi Alf,
This sounds like a deadzone setting not allowing the throttle axis to go full.
There are 2 places in which the deadzones can be set:
In FSX: Settings> Controls> Calibration, there select your Yoke and then set the NULL to the left, which is 0.
Or in windows in Input Devices (Win Xp - is in Control Panel, Vista or Win7 go to Games Explorer>Tools>Input Devices).
In Input Devices->Select the Yoke and click Properties, then go to the Deadzones Tab and set the deadzones for the Throttle. Mixture and Prop to 0.
Hope it helps...

Apr 29, 2011 | Saitek Pro Flight Yoke System Flight...

2 Answers

I have lenovo z560.. and windows xp sp2 installed on it along with win 7. when i m trying to install audio driver, then it displsys a error message "" could not find media device for this...


Do you mean you are running a dual boot system? Meaning that you can boot to Win7 or Win XP? If you boot in XP then you will have to manually have to install sound card driver. Really need more details to be able to help you better.

Feb 25, 2011 | Computers & Internet

2 Answers

After up grate from win xp to win7 no sound


Hello

Win 7 does not support direct sound.Go to controlpanel and run the windows update.
This should find your sound device and download the drivers for it.

Check the pc manufactures websight for audio drivers also for win 7.

May 12, 2010 | Toshiba Tecra A8-S8514 Notebook

1 Answer

I want to share an HP 7760 on an XP with Win 7


To get ahead of myself and answer your question first, your Win 7 machine may automatically load a driver for your shared printer.

Please have a look at the procedure below: (these instructions assume that your XP machine is sharing the HP printer and that your Win 7 laptop can "see" your network and the shared printer connected to your XP desktop computer)

On the Win7 machine, follow these steps:

1) In "Control Panel" click "Add local printer"
2) Create New Port > Local port
3) Port Name is "\\xpcomputername\printername" - without the quotes

(insert the XP's real network name and your printer's real name in the above location)

4) Click <OK>

5) Windows 7 should automatically load a driver allowing you to print on the HP connected to the XP from the Win7 laptop.

I hope this helps!


Mar 07, 2010 | HP PhotoSmart 7760 InkJet Printer

2 Answers

I am using toshiba l310 laptop with windows xp installed onit.NOW I WANT TO CHANGE MY OPERATING SYSTEM FROM XP TO WINDOWS 7,MY QUESTION IS THAT CAN I USE SAME DRIVERS FOR WINDOWS 7 WHICH I USE ON XP ...


You will need new drivers for Win 7. Before attempting to go to Win 7, run the Microsoft Upgrade Advisor and see what issues it lists: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=161223 (since laptops have on-board video that may be an issue). You will be doing a custom install from XP and have to reinstall all of your programs and drivers - many will be available. Several XP programs will not install in Win7 without some work (compatability mode or the XP mode virtual machine (in Pro or Ultimate). Upgrading your software may be needed unless you have the latest version that supports XP through Win7 or want to do the work-arounds.

In addition you would be wise to check for any BIOS updates for your specific machine and apply those. Windows 7 is a good OS if you have 2 GB or more of memory. It can run with less but it isn't better than XP in that case. The biggest difference is that Win7 will be supported by Microsoft for updates for a longer period (patches); XP will lose that support in the next few years.

I hope this helps.
Cindy Wells
(I converted an XP desktop to Win7. However, my video card could handle the OS and I have 2.5 GB of memory and a Windows Experience Index of 3.9 from the system.)

Feb 15, 2010 | Computers & Internet

Not finding what you are looking for?
Saitek X36 Flight (J24) Joystick, Throttle Logo

Related Topics:

51 people viewed this question

Ask a Question

Usually answered in minutes!

Top Saitek Video Game Consoles & Games Experts

 TE5LA
TE5LA

Level 2 Expert

103 Answers

Rob Emerson
Rob Emerson

Level 2 Expert

69 Answers

juanmireles1

Level 2 Expert

219 Answers

Are you a Saitek Video Game Console and Game Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

Answer questions

Manuals & User Guides

Loading...