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Windows 7: GTX 545 TRUST cannot be calibrated

18 Jan 2018   #21

Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1

Somehow, I didn't read your post with the "edit", Roy.

BINGO !!!!!!

It is working now. I plugged the keyboard in other usb port, after the gamepad was "recognized"

I'm sorry if sometimes I was too much "newbie"


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by torchwood View Post
Hi Smurf,

Take it you didnt see my edit, went into no brain mode

Its the slim Keyboard, unplug it if that doesnt work remove it.


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18 Jan 2018   #22

Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1

Btw Roy,

I restarted the desktop. And it seems the same issue stills. I mean, if I plug the keyboard after turning on the gamepad, there is no problem. But if the keyboard is connected when I need to use the gamepad, I have the same issue. Any idea if we can "fix" this?
Why is the keyboard making this "conflict" ? brbr

Thank you in advance.
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19 Jan 2018   #23

W7 home premium 32bit/W7HP 64bit/w10 tp insider ring

Hi Smurf,

Not sure if this will work
from a working state, both plugged in
unplug Keyboard
REMOVE the KEYBOARD from devices, it should also give you the option to remove its drivers, DO so.

REBOOT with GTX still plugged in

Now re-install keyboard, check if their both working
if so Unplug GTX

plug in GTX is the issue still present??

Whats happening is thier both fighting for control. When you plug in any device it's allocated a load point on the USB bus (Device>>Resource)
Yours are trying to access the SAME resource- Urghhh
heres an MS explanation and the fix, i wouldnt attempt it
Change Resource Settings for a Device | Microsoft Docs

Note this is not just a newbie problem, i only picked it up from the screenshot where you had 2 device names but you only opened the GTX device driver properties. More luck than judgement
There are not many people that can actually read and understand the conflict resource screen, that i know of.

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