Setting Up A "generic Usb Joystick"
so i bought a Tomee Wired Controller Wired TOMEE Controller for PS3 PLAYSTATION 3 USB NEW | eBay and the description says that i simply have to plug it in and the software will install by itself. the first time i plugged it it it said installing driver generic usb joystick so i assumed it worked. im running windows 7 64 bit home premium btw i tried this controller out of lots of games and after plugging it in the buttons did nothing. i was wondering if there was a special program that i can use? motioninjoy does not support this controller cause its not sixaxis controller, but i dont need it for the ps3, just my pc. when you go into properties and stuff you find a place that shows you what buttons youre pressing on the controller, so i know the computer is recieving the controlls, so i was wondering if there was a program that can translate those botton presses into say, left down up and right, or az,sx,dc etc. if not, is there any way fo rmy games to work on this controller? remember this controller is not for ps3 but for pc so theres no worries that i need to translate ps3 code to pc code (idk if there even IS such a thing but whatever)
Can someone please explain why in the year 2009 do we still have to calibrate joystick and control pads (granted it only takes a couple of seconds in the game) just to get things to hold center? I've never understood why a PC has to calibrate it's gaming peripherals whereas consoles you don't.
Joystick Calibration In Windows 7
I've recently decided to dig out my old Logitech Extreme 3D Pro joystick and put it to good use. However, it seems that Windows 7 either lacks the calibration wizard that Windows XP had or it's just hidden very well. I've google searched "Joystick calibration windows 7" and the like numerous times, all coming up with some tutorial for XP.Anyone could point me in the right direction as to what I should do or where I can go to calibrate this.
Joystick Thrustmaster Driver Required
I have a toshiba satellite P750 running windows 7 Home Premium 64bit,When you boot it loads into the desktop but then freezes, you can still move the mouse but nothing worksCan boot to "safe mode with networking" so i figure my network drivers are alright. I try t odo a sfc /scannow but it crashes at verification 70%.
Joystick Driver For Win7 32 Bit
i have a joystick with 3D movement and vibration effect. on the joystick it is written that it is compatible with win 98/me/2000/xp/vista. i use win 7 32 bit. the joystick is recognized by the win7 and i'm able to run the self test of the joystick. however this joystick doesn't work in any of the games. i have to use mouse and keyboard. do i need to get a driver for win7 or what. kindly guide.
Microsoft Fury3 Install & Joystick Issues
I loaded the logitech 32-bit driver in VXP and it installed just fine but when it scanned for joysticks it sees nothing. The Device Manager says the driver can't be loaded (Code 39). Anyway back on the Win7 side, the Joystick works fine except for Fury 3, which I also can't get to install so I copyed the CD to the disk and found Fury3.exe and fired it up to see what would happen and it runs, just does not see the joystick, keyboard controls work fine.
Enable USB Support In Safe Mode?
I am using a USB device for Internet Service. I need to boot into safe mode with networking support. Is there a solution that USB port could be detected in safe mode , letting me use Internet
Automatically Bypass W7 USB Directly To XP Mode
I've a question: is there a way to automatically bypass Windows 7 USB directly to XP? I need this to connect my sony ericsson phone in flash mode (connecting the phone to the usb port pressing "C" in the phone's keypad). Windows 7 fails to properly recognize the phone flashing mode.
USB Eject And Bluetooth Loss After Sleep Mode?
Running Windows 7 on Asus EeePC 1000H netbook. After coming out of sleep mode, I often lose my bluetooth mouse connection and I always find that Windows 7 will no longer release any USB drive that is plugged into the laptop.Deleting the bluetooth entry for the mouse and then adding it again seems to work, but its a PITA. I also note that when adding a bluetooth device Windows 7 always connects to the MS driver database and downloads the latest driver - so it appears to be a driver issue?Nothing fixes the USB drive eject problem but a shutdown.Both work fine prior to sleep mode.
Getting XP Mode Apps To Treat Usb Drive As Connected
I recently installed windows xp mode on my windows 7 installation. I also often use acronis true image 9.1 to image disks. I have a USB connected SATA drive bay that I use for imaging the drives, and I am wondering if there is a way to configure it automatically treat that device as connected instead of shared. I would like to be able to launch the app from my desktop instead of having to start the virtual PC every time. Any thoughts?
If I select the hardlock from the list of devices, it works ok and the app that uses the hardlock works great.
But if I try to run the application from the Start menu of the host system (Windows 7) as Windows XP Mode, the application does not detect the USB Hardlock key (though windows 7 does).
As far as I have worked through it, it would work if I could just manage somehow that when running a virtual machine, the USB hardlock key was loaded automatically. I don't need that USB hardlock key for any Windows 7 application.
Printer When Connected To Usb Port Causes Monitor To Saving Mode?
While my pc is on, I plug in the usb cable of my canon pixma MP276 printer. When the usb cable contact to the usb port, the lcd monitor goes into power saving mode/sleep mode (black) immediately and never turns on again no matter what I do (clicking on mouse, pressing keys on keyboard)I then need to restart the pc and everything will be normal.
Windows Run In Classic Mode, With No Sound/internet/usb Function Etc?
I noticed an update was available for windows, or maybe it already updated. But when I tried to click on the little flag in the task bar it said it could not connect to windows server. I tried restarting my computer and thats when everything went crazy. The brightness automatically lowers, it looks like it is in classic mode, no sound, cannot use usb, nothing will open it shows it is trying but thats all. I dont know what I did or what happened. I tried to upgrade it to windows 7 ultimate but i am getting an error with that. If I buy the windows 8 upgrade would that work and fix the problems or would I need to reformat the hard drive and completely reinstall windows.
Cursor Continously Spinning In Normal Mode, Can Only Access Files In Smart Mode
my computer, a Lenovo Idea pad P580 running on Windows 7, is 5 weeks old and yesterday I was using Microsoft Word to edit a document and Word suddenly crashed. So I closed it, but then the cursor started spinning and I could not access anything on my computer so I rebooted and it started up but then just trying to open Microsoft Word caused the cursor to keep spinning again and I could not access anything. So I again rebooted and this time it was spinning from the beginning. So I again rebooted and turned it on in safe mode and everything was fine. Then turned it off and left it off overnight. In the morning I tried to boot in normal mode and it did boot but it was again spinning and I could not access anything. So I again rebooted in safe mode and I can use my computer fine.And also, this is unrelated, but I was wondering if anyone could tell me what I need to do to make the scroll bar stop moving on its own? Every time I scroll down a page it seems to lock the scroll bar and so when I move the cursor away from the scroll bar, the scroll bar still moves and I cannot click any links or anything on that webpage.
Windows 7 Runs Extremely Slow In Normal Mode, But Nicely In Safe Mode?
the computer I am concerned with is running Windows 7 with IE8, Microsoft Security Essentials and Malwarebytes Anti-Malware. I am currently in Safe Mode with Networking without issue.The owner of the computer says that something happened earlier today while he was online that sounds like some false antivirus popup, but he's unsure. Here are the symptoms in normal mode. Every application, from moving through them to opening and closing them, runs exceptionally slow - one to three minutes to open, at least a minute to open internet pages. I noticed that, when in IE, as the pages are loading the IE page disappears and reappears. I am not very familiar with Windows 7 so I don't know if it is related. The computer seems to be getting slower as the day goes on. CPU usage is very high.So far, I have disabled many startup items that were unnecessary. I ran CCleaner and cleaned up. MBAM was run in both normal and safe mode, full scans, and found nothing. This is also posted in Viruses and Malware, but I'm unsure where it should live.