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Why are you using a joy stick Andres.? sure gaming of some kind but the driver needs to be found and many games will not use this device,.
welcome De RP .
My guess is ask the maker of your STICK now too use it.?
on your PC, I have not seen one since, the glory days of 1998
for very old games. very first stick with USB, for windows 98
but there will be no drivers for xp,vista,w7,w8 or w10 now.
zero. It is just too old
the maker Harry Fox continued to work in computers until his retirement in 2001, so all work ended here. as in no new drivers.
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I actually just fooled around with mine because it was doing the same thing. It will only flash in the scene mode, but not the normal quickshot mode. i noticed under the camera symbol on the screen said BSS and i went into the menu and clicked on BSS and turned it off b/c it was on and that worked finally.maybe u can try it, if its the same situation.