Flight Simulation Games >> FSX and trackir3

by Steph » Wed, 18 Oct 2006 06:43:25 GMT

Anyone managed to solve the problem (some of us are getting) with tir3 not
working in FSX retail?

What's the secret?



Flight Simulation Games >> FSX and trackir3

by ordway » Thu, 19 Oct 2006 00:52:06 GMT



I had same problem. I went to the Trackir forum. I did what gamers
recommended on it and it worked. Overall, the problem is that it is
not reading the newest FSX driver, even though you intalled it.

Solution: In general, do a complete elimination of old track ir
drivers do a reinstall of newest track ir drivers.

Specific steps:

1. Eliminate all old track ir Drivers http://9573f00jrksyaq7x-fvlpkrrco.hop.clickbank.net/?tid=DATABASEFORUM " target="_top" rel="nofollow">[Driver Robot fixes your driver problems] first: Go to windows control
panel by clicking, Start\control panel\add remove programs. Click on
track ir 4 and remove its drivers.

2. Unplug your track ir from its plug.

3. Go to track ir website and only download newest trackir driver.

4. Re plug in track ir cord.

5. Now windows should automatically state that it is finding new
hardware (track ir)....and FSX works. I know, it is a bugger and very
frustrating...but hang in there.

-Richard

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