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i have 3 sticks that i want rid of some need new micro switches fitted , i have the switches all you need do is fit the switches i think i have an instuction somewhere on how to pull a sidewinder 2 apart
I suggest you to install the software including drivers + profiler here:
Then you can download pre-defined profile for your game here:
For the manual, please refer here:
Thanks and have a nice day !
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You may have to install or update drivers Most of the
drivers/software I get are from a web site driverguide.com you need to fill out
a free registration then search for the driver you need download it in a format
you can use install it and then most times reboot the computer
I tried the above link and it works fine, on a 32-bit Vista. But if you have a 64-bit Vista you might want to try the 64-bit version of this driver, just search around Google for it. Fixed the problem I was having with this joystick not working correctly in Vista (no feedback). Now it works great.
There are two x sensor holes in the grip , one top one bottom, they control the force feed back gimbals in the base you need from time to time make sure they are clear just spray them with some alcohol base solution and give them i light probe with a tooth pick to make sure there is no gunk blocking up the holes .