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6 Button Gamepads with Win95?

Posted on 1997-02-18
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Is there a driver that allows Win95 to recognize 6 button
joysticks. Right now it thinks my 5th and 6th buttons are
rudders and throttle controls.
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Question by:mkraft
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by:cory012297
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This may be because you have your joystick setup as a flight stick in the control panel.  This joystick should be supported there, if not you will need the software for it and drivers
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Go to
http://www.microsoft.com/products/hardware/sidewinder/download/default.htm

Download the software and install it.  I know that your joystick is probably not a Microsoft product but the chances of this working are reasonably good.
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