Let's go back a bit. Can you home the mount, park it and the unpark it and slew to (say) Capella in the SKYX?
If that works then can you do the same using NINA to control the mount?
If so, then there's a problem in NINA. If not then it's something about the connection.
The X2 driver has not been changed in years and years. The one I have installed was placed in the comptuer about 3 years ago.
I'm embarassed to say that I can't find the polar alignment wizard in NINA. I have an older version installed that may not have it. So, I can't test that but everything works just fine with the version that I have. Do I need to download a plug in?
The Three Point Polar alignment (TPPA) is in a plugin, and is in the Beta version of NINA only, installed from the plugin option.
TPPA is not the same as using NINA to slew to an object; slew uses a slewto operation with ASCOM, whereas TPPA (in order to be sure it does not move in DEC) uses the MoveAxis ASCOM command, which for some years TSX did not support. I THINK they added it in a more recent version, but I cannot tell from their release notes.
The 64 bit version was released in April 2021, and has had 3 updates since. I cannot find anything about the 32 bit version being updated, and no mention of MoveAxis so you may be right.
I also found that APCC (Astro physics) did an update last fall for MoveAxis, and I think that is what I was remembering (I was changing mounts about then), so I have no idea if TSX/X2 made a change or not, or if it works with TPPA. I do see searching the support forums on Bisque other people complaining that MoveAxis is not supported. I did not find (but maybe it's there) any resolution to those requests.
So I have no idea if MoveAxis is supported, and if TPPA can be used with TSX because of that. You might ask on NINA's discord for TSX users and whether it works.
While I love TPPA, and I generally did not like TSX, tPoint worked well and the accurate polar alignment there also worked well and fast, not quite as fast as TPPA (since it needed more points in the small recalibrate model) but fast enough.
Sorry for the confusion on versions.
Edited by Linwood, Yesterday, 09:02 AM.