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  1. I just bought a $400.00 thrustmaster HOTAS Warthog joystick and throttle. I thought I had made a correct purchase, but it seems that I actually bought a couple of paper weights. I spent money on FSUIPC, and Addit Pro. I have a $20.00 joystick that I can just hook via USB and it just works... Hotas stuff plugged in, Windows sees and calibrates them both, but as soon as I open FSX, nothing is displayed in the controllers box. If anyone knows about how to get this bleeping thing working in FSX, or am I going to have to buy another yoke and throttle quadrant for FSX? Sorry for the rant, but I have been trying for 2 weeks to get this to work.... EllisDee ain"t free...
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