Aztech 4-button flight yoke Driver Download

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The 4-button flight yoke is an audio device manufactured by Aztech Labs. This driver fixes problems with no sound or static or distorted sound, and can unlock advanced features of your audio device. This version of "PCI368DSP_XP_W2K.zip" has been downloaded 6,075 times with a user rating of 4 out of 5 stars, based on 21 reviews. Visitors have successfully installed this driver on PCs running Windows XP. The total disk space used for this update is 5.7 MB.

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6,075 Downloads

Supported Models

Microsoft Hid to Joystick Port Enabler

2-axis, 2-button joystick

2-axis, 4-button joystick

2-button flight yoke

2-button flight yoke w/throttle

2-button gamepad

3-axis, 2-button joystick

Manufacturers

Aztech

Philips

Supported Operating Systems

Windows XP

File Name

Versions

5.00.1984.1 (1999-07-23) via .inf

Additional Notes

Philips have acquired VLSI and are now using this chip (Thunderbird series) on their Seismic Edge sound card. Works on both W2K and XP. When system detects the card, there should be 3 unknown devices so there is a need to install 3 drivers. Just make sure all these 3 are installed accordingly and your soundcard should work fine.

1) Philips Seismic Edge Audio

2) Philips Seismic Edge Audio Game Port Enumerator

3) Philips Seismic Edge Audio Support Registers

Email me if you have any problems with installation.

Uploaded By

Justin Tay (DG Member) on 20-Sep-2002

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Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
English/Readme.txt 2.9 KB 7 Sep 2001
English/tb128.sys 68.1 KB 17 Aug 2000
English/Tbird128.pch 31.4 KB 24 Jun 1999
English/SEISMIC.INF 27.5 KB 28 Sep 2001
English/Vtbpmd.dll 9.4 KB 2 Mar 1999
English/serregs.sys 7.5 KB 14 Aug 2000
English/TBIRDEJS.EXE 45.1 KB 21 Sep 2001
English/Tbird128.cod 148.3 KB 10 Dec 1998
English/DrvTB32.dll 28.7 KB 14 Aug 2000
English/Tbirdjoy.vxd 11.8 KB 14 Aug 2000
English/edcoinst.dll 3.5 KB 20 Aug 2000
English/pseula.txt 5.1 KB 21 Aug 2000
English/SELaunch.exe 33.8 KB 22 Aug 2000
English/tb128gp.sys 11.2 KB 14 Aug 2000
English/Seismic.exe 73.7 KB 15 Aug 2000
English/TBIRD128.DLS 6.1 MB 6 Jan 1999
English/EdUninst.exe 61.4 KB 2 Oct 2001
English/Seismic.cpl 131.1 KB 21 Aug 2000

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  2. Select the Driver tab.

  3. Click the Update Driver button and follow the instructions.

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