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how do i calibrate a joystick on my new OS?

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yeah i upgraded to windows 7 and it set me back a couple Benjamens but i have some problems like calibrating my logitech extreme 3d and such but 7 doesnt have calibrate tab so how do i calibrate it? cus the joystick is leaning to the left by 20 degrees
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open up the 'devices and printers' menu (in control panel, I believe)

there, right click your joystick and select properties.

that should do it although I can't say that is exactly it as I don't have a joystick on my netbook and my main pc is out of commission.
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In Win 7 just type in the search field "set up USB game controllers" (you wont even have to type it all before you will see the program) when the frame comes up select "advanced" and you will see the calibration program.

Edit: make that "properties" not "advanced" sorry.
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In Win 7 just type in the search field "set up USB game controllers" (you wont even have to type it all before you will see the program) when the frame comes up select "advanced" and you will see the calibration program.

Edit: make that "properties" not "advanced" sorry.
theres no cal button there...

EDIT: also u can see the twist thats messed up
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post #5 of 9
It's simple man. Open Control Panel\\Hardware and Sound\\Devices and Printers

Find the Logitech, right click and select "Game Controller Settings".

In the window that opens make sure Logitech Extreme 3D is highlited and click on the Properties button.

In the window that opens click on the Settings tab up top and there will be a button that says Calibrate.
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Here i've made an video tutorial just for you!
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That is just a test page, there is no calibration option.
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post #8 of 9
I use the pgm clrcalib64.exe and it works fine
if not using 64bit then try clrcalib.exe
quick and easy
post #9 of 9
also under the calibration screen in windows do a ctrl - shift (hold at same time) then press properties you will get a new screen
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