Its been a while since I tried to configure the force feedback stuff
under Windows 7, but I can tell you it has nothing to do with the
device manager. There is a link in the control panel for joysticks I
think it is called "game controllers" or something like that. You
click on that and it brings up a Windows dialog with joysticks and
other game controllers connected to your PC. You select the device you
want to customize, click on Properties, and under there is a check box
to enable/disable force feedback support for that device. If this
isn't enough help let me know and I'll try and squeeze in some time to
write up a walkthrough on the process.
On 1/11/11, Ron Kolesar <kolesar16...@roadrunner.com> wrote:
> Ok, Tom I did the following.
> I plugged in the sgc 2909.
> Then while the unit is plugged into the pc tower I went and installed the
> drivers for it.
> I then went and fired up TDV which does have force feedback in it.
> I'm still getting the message on the lines that this does support force
> feedback, but force feedback can not be initialized.
> Where in the control panel do I go to try and turn force feedback back on?
> I thought it would be somewhere down in the device manager. But no luck
> Any advice will be appreciated.
> Many Thanks.
> Ron who wonders if the SGC 2909 will work in a 64 bit world?
> Ron Kolesar
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