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Vista simply doesn't support a lot of game controllers. Flight sim enthusiasts are still amazed that even Microsofts own Sidewinder sticks are not supported by Vista. Don't hold your breath for a patch either, so far Micrsoft haven't shown any interest in sorting out their own products, so your only hope is that some tech-savvy person happens to want to use the same stick and shares the driver.
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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
Put the Brake spring under the gas pedal (think its the same part) and then get a "Squash Ball" (small hollow ball for the game Squash) and tape that in place of the spring, you brake pedal will now feel more firm like a real car....
If you pause the game you can reset the pedals but unpluging them from the main unit then plug them back in, they will then reset and the you will have another 5 minutes of playing until the brake goes hay wire again.