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The joy stick comes with a CD. Put the CD on the tray, and let the computer runs the software. On the CD there are driver for the joy stick itself, and driver for the USB . click on install joystick, after that, click on install the USB drive. that is it. Then a test screen will appear and asks you to check your joystick movements and buttons .push on the buttons,on the joystick, and you will see that they turn red on the computer screen each time you push a button, meaning your computer reads the commands from the joystick, You are set.
If you do not have the CD, then go to the Logitech site. and go to support, and from there you can download the drivers for the joystick.
click on the joystick and then click on the properties tab
check and adjust compatibility
tick the box and move down the list to win 7 and click that ---apply and ok
it sound slike a compatibility fault or a missing driver for the joystick
The drivers from Logitech help and can be downloaded from thier support site. The software they have lets you use profiles for all the games you play with the joystick, that way you don't have to constantly calibrate it for each game. The windows drivers will work the joystick....just have to go to control panel, game controllers and enable and calibrate the joystick.
you dont get any responds or recognition from windows other then in the deivce manager. it is working on the older joystick system so only the game has the capability of recognizing and making the button assignment if it supports joystick drivers.
in case your using driver that are too new here are the drivers for 15 pin logitech devices.
Isn't this joystick about 10 years old? If so, the CD provided could be overwriting important OS files with older versions. If you can't update the drivers via control panel, I would call/email them for updated software or a fix.
This is either a calibration error, or a faulty stick. Nothing else can cause this. make sure you have the latest drivers installed or one's that it came with. Some operating systems will see the stick and load generic drivers which sort of work, but not fully. Always use the manufacturers drivers and install it using the correct route as in the installation as there are ways to install drivers that do not register them properly and you think they are installed but are not. Good luck with it.
Some joysticks are not compatible with certan games for expmple when i am using flight simulator and change to my combat flight simulator i have to change joysticks
the only other thing i would think is try deleting the currently installed driver for the joystick and then download a driver for a joystick that is surported, it wont work as well but at least it might accully work
Go to control panel double click game controllers Click add from the drop down list click 2 axis 2 button Joystick click ok and wait for it to show in the installed game controllers window highlight the entry and click on properties in the window that pops up click on the settings tab and then calibrate the joystick with the calibrate tab when you have done this your joystick will be working ok.