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Sidewinder precision 2

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by RedOctober, Jul 13, 2005.

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  1. RedOctober

    RedOctober Thread Starter

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    i bought this a long time ago for my gaming needs havent used it since preety old 2. but when i play battle field 2 it wont work but wont even respond but my computer knows its plug in tho.


    any idea?


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  2. pugmug

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    Calibrate it in windows.Control panel-game control-properties tab if running XP.
     
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    Also go to their website and see if there are even drivers for it to go with your OS. You did say it was old,correct?
     
  4. RedOctober

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    yup preety old i think its a discontiuned model but bought it for like 200 bucks when it came out. but its made by microsoft so i think there might be drivers
     
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    You need to set it up IN Battlefield 2. Go to options and set up for Jets AND again for choppers. You have to go through every command and enter an alies for that command. For example - if the default for roll right is mouse right - enter stick right instead. Just highlight the one you want to change and trigger the stick function that you want to control that movememnt.
     
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