I can’t believe it was that easy of a fix!! It’s working like a champ now.
Thank your help. I feel like an idiot…
@airtex2019 It looks like I have it installed.
When I plug in the joystick, nothing happens. I’m not sure how to add a screenshot so you can see it.
When I add a regular Xbox controller, it shows up. The joystick, not so much.
Under my apps for the computer, it shows Thrustmaster as one of them available.
Unfortunately, the plug in on the throttle is for a old school ohone. Pretty sure it’s a RJ11. But a good idea.
And yes. I made double sure I’m running the TMaster as an administrator.
I just played Star Wars Squadrons on my Xbox for an hour and the joystick works flawlessly.
One more item. When I plug the joystick into my computer USB, the joystick does power up. There is a tiny blue light that turns on when it gets power.
@jayb It won’t let me run in compatibility mode. Ughh.
Here’s a new twist. I bought a Thrustmaster T.16000, I has two USB inputs. One for the throttle and one for the joystick.
My computer INSTANTLY recognizes the throttle and all inputs from it. Also inputs from the rudder that’s plugged into the throttle. On either USB input.
When I plug in the joystick nothing. In either USB input. This is getting weirder by the moment…
@jayb the Thrustmaster doesn’t show up at all. No yellow exclamation. I’ve tried deleting and reinstalling the drivers many times. It’s not Falcon’s fault. It is 100% my computers fault. I am just stumped why my computer won’t see it.
If I plug in a regular Xbox controller, it shows up right away. It’s so weird…
@airtex2019 Windows doesn’t see it. I plug it in and nothing happens. If I plug in any other USB device, the device is recognized. There are only 2 USBs on the laptop.
I know the Thrustmaster works and the cord is okay because it works just fine on my Xbox1
Greetings all. Brand new to Falcon BMS. I have windows 11 and I can’t get my computer to recognize my Thrustmaster Hotas 1. I know it works because it works on my Xbox 1. I know the USB’s are good because my regular Xbox 1 controllers are recognized when I plug them in. My computer is a HP laptop with an Intel I7 processor. 64 bit. Help?? I’ve tried reinstalling the drivers and Direct X. No luck.
Thanks in advance.