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Logitech SpacePilot Pro 3d Mouse | eBay
Please type your message and try again. I have found them to be very user-friendly and responsive. My Space Pilot used to go spacwpilot from time to time. If defenestration doesn’t work.
For anyone who is having similar issues, everytime I restart my computer my 3d connexion space navigator stops working with SolidWorks and I have to stop the driver, then start the driver as administrator. I’ve got a fresh install of SP 1. Any help would be appreciated. I also found that some newer drivers do not always show up on slacepilot 3D Connexion website, you have to look around a little and find not only the driver itself but there are applications for setting the buttons Sometimes there are gremlins in the hardware.
Logitecb device works in all of its demo modes and training modes but not in the solidworks program. Depends how old is your SpacePilot Pro model. Thanks for that tip of starting the driver as admin. Thomas, you should mark your last response as “Correct Answer” since it was the solution and it will let others see that your problem is solved and they are more apt to look at it to find the solution if they have the same problem.
I’ve stopped the driver and then restarted the driver to no avail. Yes, I’ve done these actions already. The issue was more deeply rooted in the computer hardware than anyone could have known. I don’t know if it is a separate application that is linked of part of the same one. When you click on the “settings” icon it opens one similar to this one: What seems to work for me is to unplug the space pilot pro and and then do a full power down of the computer and then restart – Space Pilot Pro still unplugged.
I’ve uninstalled and reinstalled the driver. Please enter a title. You can not post a blank message. We just upgrade from Solidworks and it was working fine on this same machine with that version of the software. I had issues in the past with very old model, its drivers wasn’t supported from newer version of SolidWorks.
My guess there was a conflict with the ports and the hardware. I have the same question Show 0 Likes 0.
Sometimes the logitceh would work and sometimes not Had the same issue after upgrading to If that is selected, verify that you have the latest driver installed from 3D Connexion. Nothing else worked before that. I used to have that problem and did the same things to get it going again.
I was also having other issues with the software and the computer itself. Go to original post.