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Joystick controls gone haywire (FS2004 - Reg FSUIPC)

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Going mad this weekend (not good in this heat!) trying to work out why my FS2004 has started responding strangely to joystick movements.


FSUIPC 3.60 (Registered)

MS SideWinder Precision Pro 2 or..

Saitek Cyborg ForceFeedBack

CH Pro Pedals USB

Whenever I move the twist grip on either joystick it changes the Prop RPM control (in aircraft that have adjustable Prop RPM ie RealAir Decathlon).

I went into the FS menu and deleted the current assignments and reassigned them again - even though they were already correct).

I am now trying to calibrate the MS joystick in FSUIPC but despite setting the main three axis they are still not assigned correctly in FS2004 and I cannot fly anything :(

Is there anyway to reset everything in FSUIPC (and FS2004?) so I can go back to square one to try again? Any ideas why FS is seeing the wrong assignments?

UPDATE: Now FS doesnt recognise any aileron/elevator movement on the joystick?! My CH Rudder Pedals work fine. No idea why its stopped responding to aileron/elevator movement. Other controls on the joystick (ie buttons and pan wheel) are working fine.

PS: Joysticks work fine in Fighter Ace. Just checked



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