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(Christian) #106

…but where do i find the drop down list? (im useless here;D

(Christian) #107

…if its the red “controller” mark you think of in the middle of the top of the screeen…its not seeing anything…all red…

(Etienne Demers) #108

Can you access the joystick setup page and send a snap shot?

(Jacob) #109


(Christian) #110

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(Etienne Demers) #112

Plug in your Logitech at the same time and take another snapshot.

(Christian) #113

(Etienne Demers) #114

Go to the page where you can calibrate your joystick and send a snapshot

(undersearobotics.com) #115

Nope, no driver is required (at least none if you’re using some version of Windows more recent than Windows 95).

Give this a shot: http://html5gamepad.com/

(Christian) #116

(Etienne Demers) #117

Ok. I use an older version of qgc. I would suggest you try uninstalling this one and install a version from January.

Sorry I don’t have a PC with qgc with me.

(Jacob) #118

There have not been any changes to the joystick input layer for quite some time. I will be surprised if this fixes it. It looks like @ROV may be using some third party drivers instead of the native drivers. I have never seen the logitech controller identify as ‘T.16000’. @ROV please go to device manager, find the device corresponding to your joystick and check which driver it is using.

(Christian) #119

Ok ill try that:)

(Etienne Demers) #120

That driver is the one that works. The one that is not detected is BU0836X.

This is natively supported by windows.

Plug and play for me and detected by qgc without fail.

That said, I haven’t tried it with newer version of QGC .

Could be the card is defective but I find this unlikely.

(Etienne Demers) #121

You can also try it on another computer.

Try removing the driver from the other joystick.

Windows can be funny sometimes.

(Christian) #122

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(Christian) #124

It says no driver needed?

(Christian) #125

Im stuck…:frowning: …have no clue what to do?