Alsec 12 mar 2013 à 15h04
Game Mode Uncontrollable Camera
When I hit F11 to enter Game Mode, the camera freaks out and rapidly shakes back and forth. I can shoot, and jump but cant move as my camera points directly up and won't stop shaking. Has anyone had this problem?
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Kilgannon 31 août 2013 à 15h47 
I am having the exact same problem. I have no idea what's wrong.
Zergriv 29 oct 2013 à 18h32 
Alsec a écrit :
When I hit F11 to enter Game Mode, the camera freaks out and rapidly shakes back and forth. I can shoot, and jump but cant move as my camera points directly up and won't stop shaking. Has anyone had this problem?

Hey, hi.
I've been having the same problem for a while and for a wide variety of games; and I don't use a joystick nor game-pad; did either of you find a viable solution for this? I'm seriously thinking in formatting the whole thing.

would highly appreciate if you guys could share it, so I could spare my system's integrity.

thanks!
nc77089 30 oct 2013 à 9h42 
I have the same issue. someone suggested trying scroll lock, that didn't work. This is making animating impossible.
Zergriv 31 oct 2013 à 10h48 
nc77089 a écrit :
I have the same issue. someone suggested trying scroll lock, that didn't work. This is making animating impossible.

thanks for the heads up, an IT engineer friend suggested checking the USB port's voltage, then, updating their firmware, if that doesn't help format the B.... I'm going to try them this weekend.. I'll keep you posted..
have a good one..
nc77089 1 nov 2013 à 13h25 
ok how do I do that?
Alsec 2 nov 2013 à 20h10 
Hey everyone, I figured out the problem on my end.

Go to:
control panel>Appearance and Personalization > Display

Make sure the size setting is set to Smaller or Default which is 100%.

Hope that helps!

Zergriv 2 nov 2013 à 21h44 
Alsec a écrit :
Hey everyone, I figured out the problem on my end.

Go to:
control panel>Appearance and Personalization > Display

Make sure the size setting is set to Smaller or Default which is 100%.

Hope that helps!


Hey..hi....
actually I had it like that.... but .. I don't know how does that help prevent that infernal spinning.
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nc77089 a écrit :
ok how do I do that?

man regarding the firmware... on win7:
Go to:
Start menu> over my computer icon -right click> Manage (should have admin rights) >device manager> u.s.b. controllers> right click> check for drivers update
Alsec 2 nov 2013 à 23h09 
Zergriv a écrit :
Alsec a écrit :
Hey everyone, I figured out the problem on my end.

Go to:
control panel>Appearance and Personalization > Display

Make sure the size setting is set to Smaller or Default which is 100%.

Hope that helps!


Hey..hi....
actually I had it like that.... but .. I don't know how does that help prevent that infernal spinning.
......................................
nc77089 a écrit :
ok how do I do that?

man regarding the firmware... on win7:
Go to:
Start menu> over my computer icon -right click> Manage (should have admin rights) >device manager> u.s.b. controllers> right click> check for drivers update


I'm running bootcamp on a retina macbook pro. WIth the high screen resolution all the icons are extremely small. To compensate, the display was changed to the medium setting. When I changed it to the default setting, my spinning problems wen't away.
nc77089 3 nov 2013 à 21h56 
Alsec Nov 2 @ 10:10pm
Hey everyone, I figured out the problem on my end.

Go to:
control panel>Appearance and Personalization > Display

Make sure the size setting is set to Smaller or Default which is 100%.

Hope that helps!




Dude Thanks!

I just wished I had thought of that. Thanks.
The Troop Puff 1 juil 2014 à 14h07 
Alsec a écrit :
Hey everyone, I figured out the problem on my end.

Go to:
control panel>Appearance and Personalization > Display

Make sure the size setting is set to Smaller or Default which is 100%.

Hope that helps!

Hey, thanks that really helped with the problem
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