I loved my 3DConnexion SpaceNavigator until this week. Without my even touching my navigator, when I open a 3D file in Autodesk-Inventor, immediately, the part on the screen starts spinning out of control until it has left the screen. Also have noticed in XP's stock Image Viewer, when I click on an image file the file opens and zooms completely in within about 1-2 seconds. I would bet that some jealous individual at my company has wrangled the toggle on my navigator. Is there any fix? I have already uninstalled and re-installed the software. Thanks--nashville email@example.com
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I cant find a Windows 7 32bit driver... BUT... windows vista drivers should work exactly as good as windows 7!
you can find them at the page above under service & download drivers
hope it helps!
O HP SpacePilot 3D é uma versão OEM do SpacePilot da 3D Connexion - voce pode baixar os drivers da página http://www.3dconnexion.com/service/drivers.html selecionando a opção PRODUCTS > OLD PRODUCTS > SPACEPILOT . Marque também a opção "Also show archived* software" para ver drivers e plug-ins de softwares especificos, como AutoCAD, Maya, Blender, MicroStation, etc. Boa sorte!
HP SpacePilot 3D is an OEM version of 3D Connexion's SpacePilot controller - you can download its drivers from the following link: http://www.3dconnexion.com/service/drivers.html . Select PRODUCTS > OLD PRODUCTS > SPACEPILOT . You should also mark the "Also show archived* software" option to look for specific plug-ins and drivers for some programs like AutoCAD, Maya, Blender, MicroStation, etc. Good luck!
I also have this problem. I have tried reinstalling the 3dConnexion drivers (sometimes works) and unplugging/replugging the SpacePilot Pro (sometimes works), and rebooting the computer (hasn\'t worked). Alternatively, the thing doesn\'t work at all--the LCD display is fine, but it won\'t even run the "Trainer" application that came with the latest drivers. That\'s where I happen to be right now. BTW, then things spin in SolidWorks, they also spin in the Trainer application, making me think it\'s more a problem with the SpacePilot Pro, or the installed 3dConnexion drivers for it.
I heard of instructor disabiling APPS but, not functions. One reason I can't see that is I can download a program that does the same thing and hide it w/ instructor even knowing its there unless he ran a search in ever folder or open a lot of programs