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Hi,

I recently bought the following products:

Pro Flight Yoke System

4 Pro Flight Instrument Panel

Pro Flight Multi Panel

Pro Flight Radio Panel

Pro Flight Switch Panel

Pro Flight Rudder Pedals

I have the Microsoft Flight simulator X

Before I bought these, I used to flight online on IVAO on my Sony laptop.

I bought the SAITEK to build a home flight deck, which I now have already at home.

I placed and set up all the SAITEK products on the flight deck supported by an Ibuypower PC (a powefull one).

I'm experiencing some problems that you might help me to finish the configuration of everything.

1) It seems to be a conflict between the multi panel, radio panel & the FSUIPC

When the FSUIPC is running the knobs of the panel doesnt work properly when I turned them clockwise

2) When the FSUIPC is not running (I manually quit from this programme), and then I launch manually the panels plugin, then the panel start working better but not as expected....

3) What I mean with not as expected.......I mean that when I start using the knobs, they move 2 by 2 numbers instead of 1 by 1. This apply for all the features, Alt, Vs, Hdg, CRS, etc. As well as for the radio panel features.

There is clearly a problem between the FSUIPC and the SAITEK products.

Your help will be very much appreciated.

Thanks a lot,

regards

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1) It seems to be a conflict between the multi panel, radio panel & the FSUIPC

When the FSUIPC is running the knobs of the panel doesnt work properly when I turned them clockwise

The Saitek devices use FSUIPC when run with FS9, but I don't think they do at all when used with FSX. Unless you've programmed something in it, FSUIPC won't have anything to do with whatever the knobs are doing. You need to talk to Saitek support. Sounds like their interfacing module or program is faulty.

2) When the FSUIPC is not running (I manually quit from this programme), and then I launch manually the panels plugin, then the panel start working better but not as expected....

Further proof you need to talk to Saitek.

Regards

Pete

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Thanks Pete,

although I'm a FS fun, I commited the mistake not to download the SP1 and SP2 into my my new computer.

Now its working fine.

Sorry for the inconvenience.....

Cheers

Ramiro

PS: Thanks god this mistake will be log to avoid same mistakes.......

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Setting fsuipc for fsx, incompatibily for Pro flight yoke system?

Can you re-phrase this into something meaningful, please? It doesn't appear to say or ask anything at present. If you are asking if FSUIPC is compatible with the Saitek yoke, then the answer is yes, of course, as attested to by many users.

Pete

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  • 1 year later...
I have FSX and with FSUIPC 4.60a

That's a very old version now and not supported. The current version is 4.80.

... and Saitek Pro Flight yoke. I would like to program button in mode 2 and 3 from saitek Pro Flight yoke in the FSUIPC. Is it possible if yes can you tell me how to do it.

Sorry, I have no idea. Does FSUIPC see the button? You may want to try Saitek's support forum. I can't really support their products. Or maybe search this Forum. someone might have posted something.

Regards

Pete

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Hi Peter,

I have FSX and with FSUIPC 4.60a and Saitek Pro Flight yoke. I would like to program button in mode 2 and 3 from saitek Pro Flight yoke in the FSUIPC. Is it possible if yes can you tell me how to do it.

Regard

Loubrou

Hello Loubrou!

It was posted before, here is what you have to do. WIN7/64bit I got. Go to Window/system32 open the folder and look for: SaiD075Cpr0 delete it or remove it. (your # maybe a little differend) leave all other saitek entries alone. Now you got the mode wheele showing as Button 23,24,25. on my joystick. I use it for compound buttons setting in FSUIPC.ini-file. Hope this helps you. Herb

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