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    Axis commands not working

    I just randomly decided to get on DCS and hop in a plane to fly around. When trying to move my joystick nothing happen, but the joystick and throttle are working completely fine. I took a look in the settings and found out that the controls in the axis commands wasnt showing up for roll, pitch, etc. I don't know how this could happen and why. Help would be great.

    #2
    Hi Bikolo. Thank you for the screenshot. We need your log files to understand what's happening to you. We need the dcs.log and dxdiag.log files.

    You'll find them under C:\Users\your_name\Saved Games\DCS\Logs.
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      #3
      I see know the files that you need from me but which one of these is it. I just want to be sure that im giving the correct stuff.

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        #4
        The one simply called 'dcs' in your screenshot seems to be the dcs.log file I'm after. It will show if DCS was able to see your peripherals or not.

        You should also find a 'dxdiag' file in that same folder, but if you can't find it, it's no big deal. This file shows if your peripherals are well detected by DirectX.

        If you can't ID the right files, simply zip the 5 most recent files and attach the zip file.
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          #5
          Here it is
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            #6
            Thank you. The game only finds your mouse and keyboard.

            2020-10-23 16:35:25.053 INFO DCS: CPU cores: 4, threads: 8, System RAM: 16269 MB, Pagefile: 4629 MB
            2020-10-23 16:35:25.217 INFO EDCORE: (dDispatcher)enterToState_:0
            2020-10-23 16:35:25.409 INFO Dispatcher: 2020/10/23 11:35 V1803061700
            2020-10-23 16:35:25.450 INFO INPUT: Device [Keyboard] created deviceId = -1
            2020-10-23 16:35:25.484 INFO INPUT: Device [Mouse] created deviceId = -1
            2020-10-23 16:35:25.577 INFO SOUND: Using driver: wasapi
            I see in one of your former log files that DCS was able to detect your other peripherals back in June:

            2020-06-04 19:46:45.362 INFO DCS: CPU cores: 4, threads: 8, System RAM: 16269 MB, Pagefile: 6387 MB
            2020-06-04 19:46:45.514 INFO EDCORE: (dDispatcher)enterToState_:0
            2020-06-04 19:46:45.711 INFO Dispatcher: 2020/6/4 14:46 V1803061700
            2020-06-04 19:46:45.732 INFO INPUT: Device [Keyboard] created deviceId = -1
            2020-06-04 19:46:45.743 INFO INPUT: Device [T.16000M {E10A8690-2492-11ea-8002-444553540000}] created deviceId = -1
            2020-06-04 19:46:45.743 INFO INPUT: Joystick created[T.16000M {E10A8690-2492-11ea-8002-444553540000}], ForceFeedBack: no
            2020-06-04 19:46:45.745 INFO INPUT: Device [TWCS Throttle {D780F780-2492-11ea-8001-444553540000}] created deviceId = -1
            2020-06-04 19:46:45.745 INFO INPUT: Joystick created[TWCS Throttle {D780F780-2492-11ea-8001-444553540000}], ForceFeedBack: no
            2020-06-04 19:46:45.745 INFO INPUT: Device [Mouse] created deviceId = -1
            2020-06-04 19:46:45.819 INFO SOUND: Using driver: wasapi
            Have you checked your peripherals are connected to your USB ports?
            If yes, please try this:

            1. Press Win (Windows Key) + R
            2. Type in "dxdiag" in the text area of the popup
            3. Press Enter, and if prompted about verifying WHQL, select Yes.
            • If you are on a 64-bit machine, click on “Run 64-bit DxDiag”,
            • If not, then continue on.
            4. Wait for the green bar to finish loading.
            5. Click on “Save All Information” and save the file to your Desktop for the sake of convenience
            6. Attach the resulting text file here.
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              #7
              Thanks for the great information so far.
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                #8
                I also plugged up my HOTAS stuff if that helps with anything.

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                  #9
                  DirectX has found both your T16000M joystick and TWCS throttle. It means they should show up in DCS.

                  Now, keep them connected to your PC, and launch DCS. They should appear in the controls options. If they are, go to your aircraft Axis category and check the Pitch and Roll commands. Ensure that your T16000M Y and X axis are bound to them. If they are, you should see bars moving as you move the joystick around.
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                    #10
                    Nothing working still.

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                      #11
                      Please try renaming your "C:\Users\your_name\Saved Games\DCS" folder as "DCS_backup", then launch the game and see if it's any better.
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                        #12
                        I did that but it still isnt working properly.

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                          #13
                          Then you should consider running the cleanup and repair procedure.
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