|By SSBeeci on Monday, July 11, 2005 - 03:44 pm:|
this is an older joystick..and im using win xp sp2...
|By Andrew on Monday, July 11, 2005 - 09:23 am:|
I always forget... Since this is an older joystick, is it USB or gameport? Are you using WinXP?
|By SSBeeci on Sunday, July 10, 2005 - 11:55 pm:|
Hi! (im not perfect english, sorry)
So i've updated my windows..and my joy got crash..
I have a wingman force (ol one:) )with 4.60 driver.
In the MSFS load and select screen i have force feedback, but when the game loading, my joy lost the force..and aircrafts controol is horror..unable to controlling..WHY?WHAT is the problem?? (i have uninstall reinstall game and driver too, and have try old drivers, but the problem is same)
|By alex on Sunday, January 9, 2005 - 11:48 am:|
I recently recieved a Wingman Force 3D and am trying use it the flight simulater Descent II yet is has done many odd things as I try to fix it. First, movement controls were barely moving and it was kind of jerky, but the buttons worked fine. Second time movement was perfect yet the buttons didn't work at all, and the one time I got both to work, after a few minutes only half of each axis was working. Now it is moving between the first problems and not working in the game at all. I have calibrated it probably dozens of times and it always works fine when I test it on Windows XP.
Please help me!
|By Anonymous on Tuesday, November 30, 2004 - 07:58 am:|
Is that problem in that game only? Or is that problem in the control panel test page too?
I assume that you did try to re-calibrate the joystick.
|By Mateo on Tuesday, November 30, 2004 - 12:06 am:|
I have a Wingman force3d and FS2004.
But my rudder axis only works one side !
I cannot doing tail right !
How can I repair this ?
It causes all my plane to twist in the air... very beautyfull, but not really funny at 130 knots !
Thanks for an answer on my e-mail
|By Anonymous on Tuesday, October 26, 2004 - 08:06 am:|
For reduced throttle range see this thread
and the FAQ
|By Anonymous on Tuesday, October 26, 2004 - 01:27 am:|
My problem is in FS9 with a wingman 3d force feedback. The throttle only works within a 30-70% range so there isonly 70% power on take off and it will not reduce below 30% power on landing. Any ideas guys?
|By Anonymous on Monday, September 27, 2004 - 09:54 am:|
I HAVE A WINGMAN STRIKE FORCE 3D WITH FORCE FEEDBACK. It is completely impossible to control aircraft in FS2K2 and FS2K4. Has anyone found a fix for these problems?
|By Anonymous on Monday, September 20, 2004 - 09:27 am:|
In general force feedback sticks have very poor centering ability :( Seems like you've used the sensitivity adjustment in the game already. You could try the DXTWEAK2 utility and add a larger deadzone. That might help?
|By wimdd on Monday, September 20, 2004 - 04:56 am:|
I have the very same problem with my wingman force 3d
in all games I experience this. Even when I calibrate the joystick over and over and mess with the deadzone it still won't fly a plain straight when I leave the stick untouched. It's pretty much driving me crazy. It's the worst in BF:Vietnam where my plane even gets uncontrollable unless i countersteer alot!
|By emer on Friday, July 9, 2004 - 09:56 pm:|
Hi!My Logitech Wingman joystick works good on my games except this Microsoft flight simulator 2004. The axis are so sensitive that I couldnt control the plane smoothly especially small planes. I already set the sensitivies all the way down and the null all the way up, it helps a little but still sensitive. The wingman profiler helps but causing problem like steering or banking to the right even if it was already calibrated straightly. Does any of you guys experiencing this such problems? Please share it to me. If you guys have any solutions on this please share. Thanks