Question about Logitech Extreme 3D Pro Joystick
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First, check your game documentation to see if your game supports the use of a joystick. Most First Person Shoot 'em Ups do not support joysticks, and only supports mice/gamepads.
If joysticks are supported in your game, please read on...
Make sure that your joystick is properly installed and detected by your computer. You can check in Device Manager or Control Panel > Game Controllers. Also make sure you have the latest software (LGS/WingMan) installed.
Next, you will have to create a new profile for your game in the WingMan Profiler:
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Posted on May 25, 2008
SOURCE: saitek aviator joystick av8r-01
Well.. if you have windows xp.. then you can calibrate your controller fairly easily.
Control panel:Printers and Other Hardware:Game Controllers:(your controller should be in the list):Advanced:Calibrate
This should solve your problem ;)
Posted on Oct 20, 2008
SOURCE: IL-2 1946 won't even install
I'm not an expert on this game but it appears to be a compatibility issue. The guys in this forum seemed to have worked out a solution. Good luck. http://forums.ubi.com/eve/forums/a/tpc/f/49310655/m/1301002008
Posted on Jan 17, 2010
this was not originaly my post but i saved it.and it worked for me.
HOW TO CALIBRATE THE LOGITECH EXTREME 3D PRO JOYSTICK
I just figured out how to calibrate this joystick. I am using Windows XP. I assume it will work with all Windows operarting systems though.
Go to Control Panel, click on "Game Controllers", or however you get to your joystick settings. Hold down the "Ctrl" (control key) and the "Shift" key together - at the same time, THEN click your mouse on the "Properties". This should take you to a different calibration screen that you would get to without holding the two keys together. IMPORTANT - Click on the "Test" tab first. If you go to the settings tab first, it likely will not work. Without doing anything else after clicking on the "Test" tab, next click on the "Settings" tab. Then click on the "Calibrate" button below. Click "next". Click the thumb button on the left side of the joystick which should bring you to another screen. Then follow the prompts......
* On the "axis calibration", move your joystick in full circles, making sure the "+" symbol moves around the far margins of the square. After a few complete circles, click the "next" button with your mouse.
* On the next screen, click the left button on the joystick again, which should bring you to the next screen. Move the throttle lever back and forth a few times. Then click "next" again.
* On the "Z rotation screen", move the joystick to the left and right (rotate it) a few times. Then click "next" and then "finish" then "ok". Thats it. It should be calibrated now. Hope this helps everyone with problems.
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
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