SpeedLink Black Widow (SL-6640) Vibration issue
Posted 06 December 2009 - 11:13
I already noticed in the trial, that when I leave Force Feedback enabled (which worked with Il-2 Sturmovik for example), I had a delay of at least 10 seconds, when doing anything ingame. So if I push a button such as E to start the engine , it will take a good time, till the command will be executed. The game is running fluidly, it's not a performance issue.
Also the vibration already starts while loading the mission and does never stop again. So it doesn't work properly.
In the trial I solved the problem by deactivating Force Feedback in the menu. But after buying the game and the newest patch, deactivating won't work anymore, I still get the never-ending vibration.
I could just solve it by uninstalling the driver, so the vibration doesn't work at all.
So my question is, if there's any possibility to get the vibration effetcs work correctly? It would be a shame, if I couldn't use them.
So if anyone has the same joystick and could get it to work properly, I'd really like to know how.
Looking forward to replies.
Posted 26 June 2010 - 15:38
Just got one of these to try flying back to front, and have the exact same problem, yet the stick is spot on in every other sim. The software driver the stick installs is pretty bascic and no help, but its only RoF that has this problem.
It actually starts vibrating as soon as the game is loading!
Posted 27 June 2010 - 01:27
Basically the vibration feature is on full time, and so far only in RoF. As stated it actually starts vibrating during mission load and does not stop until you exit the mission.
So far every game I've tested it with, it has behaved as I imagined it would. Just the game I bought it for does not
Bit more testing: I have found OFF also has the stick on permanent vibrate when flying. Does not start during load screen however.
So out of 3 ww1 sims, 2 make the stick vibrate constantly, only first eagles works as advertised.
Posted 29 June 2010 - 15:54
It's Very-Very-Very looks like a mistake in this Joystick model software/hardware. Looks like it's interpret the "Constant Force" effect as "Shaking".
So only way - is to turn off the Force Feedback or ask for support from Joystick developers.
Posted 06 August 2011 - 23:24
Posted 20 August 2011 - 20:07
My OS is Windows 7 Home Premium, 64 bit.
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