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Old 04-11-2014, 03:46 PM
rnetaneli rnetaneli is offline
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Control issues

Hello,

i have purchased RFB few months ago.
at first all was fine.
after few months of usage any time I touch the stick I get erratic, rather violent reactions.

so i want to dealer who sold me the controller, he switch it to a new one.
again for few days it worked fine, and than same issues.

i have tried to install/reinstall - didnt help
i have tried all 3 computers at my home - no help
i have tried reinstalling the root hubs, drivers etc.. - no help
i have tried to calibrate.... - no help

i bought this device to help me learn how to fly my heli, but i dont see any way i can work with it.

any help making my RFB do what i was wishing it will do will be much appreciated.

thanks
Ran
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Old 04-13-2014, 10:43 PM
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It could be a problem with installed USB drivers on your machine or another plugged in device.

You should try moving the controller to another computer if possible, then install RFB there.

See if the same problem develops.

Since the problem occurred on two controllers, it is likely a problem on the system not the controllers themselves.

Checking all of this on another machine will help you narrow things down.
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