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xDalzielx

Thrustmaster 16000 issue

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xDalzielx

I bought a thrustmaster 16000m but cant get the game to read it for any veh/aircraft.  the TARGET GUI /analyzer sees it and registers it but it will not work in game?  any help?

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xDalzielx

I cant get the game to read the joystick?  the programs read it in the background but i cannot get ww2 to see it ? any help?

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halsey

If you go to the in game map you should see controllers tab on the top, if you go to that page, click on the detect controllers button. that would be my first option.

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thedog

are you running a script?  if not turn off the target software..actually turn it off anyway...just to see if that's the issue 

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quik

ALL CREDIT TO OLDZEKE!!!

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texasjay

I have same set , just do what halsey , thedog and quik say ..plus  also go to keymapping n you need to tell which button key you want to use

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xDalzielx

ok ill try, thanks all

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pickering4

If you using it to fly I'd suggest reading the wiki on how to map flaps.

 

Also map your trim it helps in combat give you that extra mm of seperation or closure needed. 

 

If you need a cfml file to base off of send me a pm I can copy paste my flight cfml.

 

I also assume you have the joustick/throttle combo.

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