Any JoyStick compatible with Vita

  Seth Haniel 20:48 21 Jun 07
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trying to get a wingman extreme 3d to work on vista but no luck so far
had to get a 15 pin adaptor to USB to start with says it is installing drivers and in contron panel says its working - but it isn't - not a response from the stick at all


any ideas??

  Seth Haniel 15:04 26 Jun 07

^

  Pine Man 15:15 26 Jun 07

Check out the Saitek site I think most of theirs are Vista compatible. I have the Cyborg 3D Rumble Force, which is about three years old and all I had to do was download vista drivers from Saiteks web site.

They also have an excellent forum if you need help at the following click here

  anskyber 16:08 26 Jun 07

I use the Logitech Extreme 3D Pro and it has Vista drivers.

  Seth Haniel 16:11 26 Jun 07

can you point me in the right direction to get the drivers

was your's a true USB or the 15 pin game port model

  anskyber 16:19 26 Jun 07

I use a USB connector and this is the download site for my joystick. click here

and some others click here

  Seth Haniel 08:08 27 Jun 07

Great ... will give that driver a go...

  Mike10C 08:56 27 Jun 07

We have a Microsoft Sidewinder Precision 2 joystick which appears to be working normally for Flight Sim on Vista. The connection is a USB.
Vista updated it's drivers automatically when we first used it.

  Seth Haniel 12:50 27 Jun 07

No Joy - installed driver and read me text came up and the wingman extreme 3d is one of the ones not supported -

A microsoft joystick as soon as plugged in through adaptor is straight away recognised and USB support activated - but whichever port the Wingman is plugged in there is no movement whatever - not even as a USB device

(I was working perfectly on XP till the change over of Towers - will try it on my own PC on gameport to make sure it didn't die on being removed from old PC)

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