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#1 12 years ago

Hi, I have a logitech Attack3 joystick, and it just will not even calibrate. Even right after calibrating, I can turn left, and right turns take forever. I cannot effectively fly, much less dogfight. I bought a Logitech Force 3D Pro, and on the same system, same games, have never had to calibrate it once. My son and I like to fly together over our LAN, and I'd still like to be able to use the Attack3 if possible. Is there anything that can be done to improve its operation? I am not averse to taking it apart, since as it is it will just go to the trash anyway. Also, I am pretty familiar with the Windows registry and such stuff, if anything can be done there to help it out. Thanks for any help, Bill




marvinmatthew

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#2 12 years ago

Most games that use joysticks, will allow you to to adjust the sensitivity of the joysticks.

Crank up the sentistivity.




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#3 12 years ago

actually logitech just got around to fixing all the issues with their joysticks afew months ago, check http://Support.logitech.com and find your joystick.

I just found the fix for mine, it was quite a simple thing actually, all it did was completly clear all calibration data that windows did and give it factory calibration, which doesnt seem like it would fix it, but it does. so check it out. hope it works, gl.