First post, by xen999
I've managed to get my Tie-Fighter Collector's CDrom game to run great using VDMS. The sound works flawlessly and I can play the game using the mouse but I'm having a slight problem getting my joystick (a Thrustmaster Top Gun Fox 2 Pro Shock USB) to fonction properly.
For the life of me, I just cannot calibrate the joystick without then having the cursor going ALL OVER the place. Is there a way to fix the sensibility of the calibration or something?
Also, my joystick is actually a 4-axis and I've noticed in the VDMS properties that you could emulate that but everytime I try to run the game using that setting I get an error:
Unable to initialize and configure emulation module 'JoystickController'.
0x80004004 - Operation abandonned
The value 't' in 'A.analog.T' (See c:/Program Files/VDMSound/joy3.map:14)
is invalid. Please provide one of the following values: 'X', 'Y', 'Z', 'R'
(rudder), 'U', 'V' or 'P' (POV).
What can I do? Ty. One last note, I have an older joystick (the one I used to originally play Tie-Fighter with) that uses a gameport but I'm not sure my computer has that port... 🙁