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i have a problem with my 3 years CH sim yoke, wheres on the default Win XP home edition game calibration, my yaw drift to the left even my yoke position at the centre.

What is the probably causes? hardware ? or can registered FSUIPC program handle this situation?

Sounds like the pot has shifted off-centre -- assuming you've not moved a trim lever on the device somewhere. (If you have, recentr it with that).

Yes, FSUIPC canfix the centre, but you may have less sensitivity on one side than the other with the pot so mispositioned. As your yoke is well out of warranty it may be worth opening it and looking to see if you can re-adjust it.

Pete

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I personally found that the CH control manager is better way to calibrate the Yoke than using the calibration tool in Windows XP.

Give it a try.

You can always uninstall it if you don't find it good enough.

The control manager is found at the CH homepage. But their site i very tricky to use. Things are hard to find (to use an understatement).

Here is the link to the control manager:

http://www.chproducts.com/retail/tech_cnager.html

Good luck!

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