Post originale di: SirFrog ,
There's a few things to troubleshoot. First, does the stick light up as normal when connected? If they do not, it's likely some power cable has been worn out. Next, connect it to a computer (I'm assuming you're running Windows). Find the "Game controller settings" for the X52. You'll find it in Devices & Printers. You'll see a large table of buttons and their current status. What are the state of the buttons on the joystick? Are they all on, all off or flickering? Do they react to being pressed? Next, swap tab to LEDs. Can you change the colour of the LEDs in the stick? If all buttons seem "On" (or flickering) and the LEDs are lit but unresponsive, you may have a damaged PWM cable. It doesn't have to be entirely loose to malfunction, just enough to wiggle and disrupt the sensitive timing of PWM. If so, try out [https://imgur.com/a/XSJVW|this guide I made a while back on imgur.] I'm afraid I haven't had time to move it to this site.