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functioning USB gamepad not found by Condor

Posted: Wed Mar 27, 2013 9:53 am
by Beephlatt
Hi!
In windows 7.
I use a trust gamepad and it works fine. Windows finds it, all the keys works and I can configure it as I wish.
Condor wont recognise it though.
In "assign controls" the only buttons that respond are on the mouse or keyboard. Condor appear unaware of the existence of the controller.
Tips anybody? :)

Re: functioning USB gamepad not found by Condor

Posted: Wed Mar 27, 2013 1:28 pm
by Beephlatt
Just to clarify: I am familiar with how the assign controls function works. I have a logitech joystick on my home setup and have configured many of the functions to useful buttons.
I want to use the gamepad with a laptop when I am on the road, but no joy so far. I delete the default button, activate to the box for re-assignement, but no amount of clicking on the gamepad gets a response. :(
I am baffled by this, because, as I wrote, I can see that the unit is connected, is functioning, and is configurable in Windows control panel etc.

Re: functioning USB gamepad not found by Condor

Posted: Wed Oct 29, 2014 12:52 am
by flyingtux
Hi,

Same problem, I have two joysticks not detected
- Logitec G940
- Radio Jeti DS16 (USB Mode)

I try windows 7 32bits and 64 bits with condor 1.1.5
Only a saitek P990 gamepad is detected by Condor
All Joysticks are detected by Windows or Linux with standard windows driver and are working with others games

Any Idea ?

Regards,

JP

Re: functioning USB gamepad not found by Condor

Posted: Wed Oct 29, 2014 3:18 pm
by 3P
flyingtux wrote:All Joysticks are detected by Windows or Linux with standard windows driver and are working with others games.

Any Idea ?

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Re: functioning USB gamepad not found by Condor

Posted: Thu Jan 01, 2015 12:29 pm
by rpav


No. Still the same problem:
Condor 1.1.5, Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit.
Windows reports USB HID hardware 0.K, but Condor is not able to work with it.

This seems like Condor issue, so pls. any idea how to debug it? Is it Windows 7/64bit specific issue?
Any help will be very appreciated.

Re: functioning USB gamepad not found by Condor

Posted: Mon May 30, 2016 3:53 am
by doronby55
Has this Joystick problem ever been addressed by the developers ????

HTML5 test sees Joysticks but Condor does not detect it

I used http://html5gamepad.com to test as well as build in test in windows... they all work fine....but not Condor.

Re: functioning USB gamepad not found by Condor

Posted: Sun Nov 12, 2017 12:06 pm
by k6chris
I still have this problem, with a USB joystick / button module which is fully reconginesd by Windows 10 and the HTML Gamepad Tester (it shows as 0079-0006-Generic USB Joystick and all the buttons function). Condor does not detect the buttons. This was going to be part of a simulation build. Any ideas on either how to resolve this Condor issue or manuallyu configure??

Thanks