I've recently updated my Windows 7 Ultimate installation to Windows 10 Pro (using the upgrade functionality).
Since then, I have one major issue with my Saitek X-55 throttle and FSUIPC. The problem is that FSUIPC does not detect axis and button inputs from the throttle unit. This in both FSX and P3D. If I start the sim, open FSUIPC, and go the axis calibration tab, nothing happens when I move one of the axis. Same thing for buttons, on the respective tab.
The X-55 stick works fine though, it's just the throttle. Similarly, the throttle works perfectly if I don't use FSUIPC. It's detected in Windows, the calibration tool works, and it also works if I assign axis through FSX or P3D. As I said, the problem only seems to happen with FSUIPC.
1) reinstalling latest saitek drivers
2) completely uninstalling the X-55, restarting, then reinstalling, restarting again.
3) deleting the [JoyNames] section of the fsuipc.ini file
3) deleting fsuipc.ini file altogether
So far, no luck.
One thing I did notice that struck me as weird, (although I'm not sure) is that fsuipc.ini shows 2 entries for the X-55 rhino stick (the unit that works) and only one for the throttle (the one that doesn't). No idea why it shows 2 entries, and if it should or not.
(I also tried updating fsuipc to v4.951 after copying the below files. No difference)
My usual fsuipc.ini file, containing the options and edits I used successfully before moving to Windows 10:
The new autogenerated fsuipc.ini file:
and the FSUIPC.log file from the last try:
Any feedback would be very welcome. Would very much like to get this working as it should...
Thank you very much,