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Hi... i have bought Fsuipc mainly for the joystick calibration option. I'm owning a Saitek Yoke. The problem is that the yoke is not reacting agressive enough. I know that the Yoke can react more agressive because under win7 32bit it worked fine. Under win7 64bit its not working so well. I have already adjusted 100% sensitivity and 0% null zone in fsx. In fsuipc i have taken the -15 Option. Can i Do anything else to increase the sensitivity? Regards Andi

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Hi... i have bought Fsuipc mainly for the joystick calibration option. I'm owning a Saitek Yoke. The problem is that the yoke is not reacting agressive enough. I know that the Yoke can react more agressive because under win7 32bit it worked fine. Under win7 64bit its not working so well. I have already adjusted 100% sensitivity and 0% null zone in fsx. In fsuipc i have taken the -15 Option. Can i Do anything else to increase the sensitivity? Regards Andi

If there's a difference between Win7 32 and 64-bit operation you must either be using different Windows drivers or simply haven't calibrated in Windows game controllers first.

I assume you are assigning in FS rather than FSUIPC? Because otherwise the sensitivity and null zone sliders in FS will have no effect. However, unless you use FSUIPC's "raw" mode Windows calibrations would affect both ways of assigning.

The -15 slope is insane! There's no way you can do delicate maneuvers with such a setting. The best settings for proper aircraft control are generally the ones with flattened centres, around + 5 to10. The completely flat response(0) is okay for stunt planes and fighters.

Either way make sure the centre calibration zone in FSUIPC is only just large enough to prevent unwanted aileron movement from jitter or lack of centering spring tension with hands-off. Same applies to elevator.

Are you sure you haven't got a corrupted Aircraft CFG file which is ruining the aircraft response? Make sure you are fixing the right thing!

Regards

Pete

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