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  1. Christopher Hall

    FSUIPC4 buttons crash P3D(?)

    Each of the devices is listed twice. 2 & 3 are the actual device assignments. 9 & 12 were assigned from vJoy, which I removed completely per Shaul's instructions. There is no driver installed when I run pnputil, yet 9 & 12 persist. P3D never crashes as the result of assigning and axis. The FSUIPC interface allows me to assign buttons to 9 & 12. I once managed to get the interface to recognize 2 & 3 directly, but P3D still crashed. Currently I have the X-55 installed with the latest Saitek drivers. No vJoy installed. FSUIPC still shows 2,3,9 & 12. P3D does not crash when I rename FSUIPC4.key. The part that confuses me is that P3D crashes because I assigned a button, and not because I used it. It doesn't matter which button. I will ask LM and Shaul. Thanks
  2. Hello, Please tell me this problem is well-known and I'm just blind: Prepar3D v3.1 crashes specifically when I have any button assigned on my X-55. There is no error generated in FSUIPC4.log, The Prepar3D application log shows an error faulting an unknown module. A clean reinstall doesn't fix the problem. I also have FSX:SE installed on this same PC, using the same ini file, and it works like a champ. I connected an old X-52 to P3D and haven't gotten any problems yet. I have uninstalled vJoy, checked the power management on all USB ports. I plugged the stick and throttle directly into the PC. Reinstalled the Saitek drivers. I have attached my latest ini file. I don't know what value there is in that. If i delete it, the problem goes away until a program a button. I have had P3D v3 since day one and have yet to use it the way I need to. Thanks in advance. Chris FSUIPC4.txt i7-4770 3.4GHz | NVidia GeForce GTX 750 Ti v361.91 Oculus Runtime 0.8 | FlyInside Pro 1.2 | Leap Motion Controller Saitek X-55 | LM P3D v3.1 | Windows 10
  3. Christopher Hall

    P3D does not launch with Oculus Rift turned on.

    Fixed with the latest version. Thanks!
  4. i7-4770 3.4GHz | NVidia GeForce GTX 750 Ti v358.78 Oculus Runtime 0.7 | FlyInside Beta Pro 0.4002 | Leap Motion Controller LM P3D v3 | FSUIPC v4.947c Windows 10 With the HMD on, I can only launch P3D v2.5 or v3 if FSUIPC is disabled. When I launch v3, after a few minutes, the Prepar3D splashscreen disappears, but the executable stays running. When I launch v2.5, the app crashes to desktop right when the scenario should load. I already had a debug session with the developer of FlyInside, he created this png illustrating the problem without his software installed.
  5. Christopher Hall

    Doors failing to open

    +1 i7-4770 3,4GHz 16GB RAM GTX 750 Ti Driver v Windows 10 P3D v3 FSUIPC 4.945a PMDG 737NGX FSDT GSX, XPOI
  6. Christopher Hall

    FSUIPC Can't see Rhino Stick

    I have the same problem. The mode switch on the throttle is logically part of the stick. It works, but FSUIPC does not respond to the throttle. I have tried toggling AutoAssignLetters to no avail. What I do find interesting is that FSUIPC seems to only load the joystick that is set as the default USB Game Controller in the Control Panel. See below: [JoyNames] AutoAssignLetters=Yes 0=Saitek Pro Flight X-55 Rhino Stick 0.GUID={4337C890-3778-11E4-800A-444553540000} 1=Saitek Pro Flight X-55 Rhino Throttle 1.GUID={43302770-3778-11E4-8007-444553540000} 2=Razer Tartarus 2.GUID={432021E0-3778-11E4-8003-444553540000} 3=Saitek Pro Flight X-55 Rhino Stick 3.GUID={4333D0F0-3778-11E4-8009-444553540000} A=Saitek Pro Flight X-55 Rhino Stick A.GUID={4337C890-3778-11E4-800A-444553540000} D=Saitek Pro Flight X-55 Rhino Stick D.GUID={4333D0F0-3778-11E4-8009-444553540000} C=Razer Tartarus C.GUID={432021E0-3778-11E4-8003-444553540000} D=Saitek Pro Flight X-55 Rhino Throttle D.GUID={43302770-3778-11E4-8007-444553540000} B=Saitek Pro Flight X-55 Rhino Throttle B.GUID={43302770-3778-11E4-8007-444553540000}
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