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  1. I have my Logitech G X52 Hotas working well in P3Dv4.5 using FSUIPC5 to assign and calibrate axes. I have not installed the Logitech software and am reluctant to because I am not sure that the drivers will cooperate with FSUIPC. I am also not sure they can be readily uninstalled and the Windows drivers reinstated as others have reported problems trying to do so. So why am I writing? Its the lights. You can't control them without the Logitech software. And the mutifunction display is not backlit so I can't use the timer. So can anyone say if I can install the Logitech software and still use FSUIPC with the stick? Thanks Steve P.
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