cosync
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Anyone Good With Forcefeedback

Wed Mar 26, 2003 10:37 pm

i got aa sidewinder forcefeedback pro yesterday and im having a bit of trouble.
A i have windows 2000 so the software that came with the joystick cant install coz it isnt new enough for 2000. so i have default windows drivers running. the joystick is a lil too sensitive to aileron forces. i need to know if theres anywhere i can change the sensitivity of the aileron force.
cheers guys .. cosync.
 
boeingholiday
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RE: Anyone Good With Forcefeedback

Wed Mar 26, 2003 11:57 pm

yes, you can change the sensitivity somewhere in MSF

I've problems with my forcefeedback too, especially when I fly the Cessna  Sad
 
cosync
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RE: Anyone Good With Forcefeedback

Thu Mar 27, 2003 10:33 am

no not the actually sensitivity of teh joystick
the aileron forces make teh joystick swing from side to side consistently.

 
Kay
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RE: Anyone Good With Forcefeedback

Fri Apr 04, 2003 9:49 pm

Install the software of the sidewinder 2, it is not the driver, it is the software, it leaves an icon in your taskbar and offers methods of verifying/calibrating settings. An interactive screen where individual buttons and vibrator can be tested. It's a cd, it might be your solution. Eversince I started using the sidewinder 2, I enjoyed MsFs million times better, and I rarely crash a plane (except when approaching perpendicularly the middle of the runway in a 777).
But I have the same problem as you in Geoff Crammond's GrandPrix 4.  Sad had to ignore sidewinder for that one. I have win2000, and I remember the software had win98 written on it and I forgot if win2000 is written somewhere on it too

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