>My Gravis analog joystick does not work under WIN95. When I double-click on
>the joystick icon in the control panel I get the message "your joystick is
>not connected correctly". Strange because it works fine in DOS.
>The joystick is connected to the gameport of my AWE64 soundcard. When I
>check the system manager it says "no conflicts". The driver is "Creative
>gameport joystick" and the files are "msjstick.drv" and "vjoyd.vxd".
>Everything worked fine until I installed some WIN95 game demos so I suppose
>a Direct-X installation could have something to do with it.
>I would be very grateful if sombody could help me out with this one.
Check these things. if this doesn't help feel free to reject and get more input:
Control Panel Missing Joystick or Gaming Device Properties
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