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  1. Hello, I came across the problem where i binded my settings up just like in P3D V5 assigned the axis and etc. however when i closed FS2020 last night and open it this morning the sim recognized the hardware but nothing works in the sim itself. (keyboard, mouses (other than pan movement), saitek yoke and throttle and logitech rudders. FSUIPC7 is open and connected and still get no response out of the sim. Went into P3D v5 to make sure it wasnt my drivers and it wasnt. its odd this happened. Could it have something to do with the new update they just released for the sim?
  2. Hi! I am having a strange issue with FSUIPC and P3D v4.3. I have browsed for solution, but haven't found anyone with the same issue. When I have FSUIPC installed, non registered version, the controls of the aircraft get stuck, I can't move them. I have tried with different aircraft, for example, on the FSLabs A320 I lost all controls. On the PMDG NGX I lost all controls, and also the trim wheel on the pedestral moves, but the trim value doesn't. On the PMDG 777 I can use the yoke, but can't move the thrust levers. If I remove FSUIPC, everything gets normal, however, I need it for the
  3. Hello Pete, This is the first time I can not properly operate your module in 10 years of use. I can not find the problem. 1. I recently uninstalled P3DV3 and fully installed P3DV4 on another hard drive. Everything works well. I can use widefs with planG on my remote PC for example. But when FSUIPC is present in the directory "modules", I can not open the doors of my A320 anymore (same for all planes), even with the keyboard and controls at the MCDU. Only the main door works. I also lost the operation of the auto-start engine right and left on the 2 buttons of my throttle (saitek yoke
  4. Background PMDG Aircraft for FSX and P3D do not typically use the normal controls provided by the flight sim. This means that many of the aircraft's switches cannot be assigned to buttons and keys using the list of controls in the FSUIPC dropdown boxes. Assigning a standard control in FSUIPC will likely do nothing in the PMDG aircraft when the button or key is pressed. Solution Instead of using the standard list of controls shown in the FSUIPC dropdown box, users must use a different set of controls provided by PMDG for the specific aircraft. These are known as custom con
  5. Hi Pete, Until a few days ago I was running P3D V2.3 with unregistered FSUIPC and the A2A C172 and all was good. I then registered FSUIPC, at which point it seems to have started to cause problems with the A2A C172, which no longer responds to control inputs, with the green bar message saying FSX Simconnect has encountered an error and will be restarted. I'm not sure where to start looking, as this error seems to be related to the FSUIPC activation (the error only started at registration) and all other aircraft (Q400, Realair Legacy, Carenado Bonanza, QW 146) seem to be completely una
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