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Razer Onza Analog Stick Fault?

Postby Flannagan » Sat Aug 19, 2017 7:30 pm

Hey guys,

I got this Razer Onza TE controller a year ago and for me personally it worked fine with no problems but I sold it and now the buyer is saying the analog stick is acting like you're moving backwards. My friend had the exact same problem when we tried it on his PC but it confuses me that it works fine for me but not for him. Has anyone had this problem before and has any sort of fix for it?.

Thanks guys.
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Razer Onza Analog Stick Fault?

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Razer Onza Analog Stick Fault?

Postby chelem » Tue Aug 29, 2017 11:55 pm

There is a way to see what the problem you have is, go to computer management in control panel, then to event viewer, it will show all the errors and give you a place to start at.
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