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Joysticks won't communicate with FS9 after Win 7 64


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This is a follow on to my 5/25 post. I converted from Windows XP fo Windows 7 64. FS9 functions in every way except with the ability to configure my CH yoke, CH pedals, and CH throttle quadrant. I have FSUIPC on my system, but I have found with or without FSUIPC my CH modules don't communicate with FS9.  I calibrated them from Win 7, without any problem.

I've  reassigned the axes for the CH modules  without any success.from FS9. I've cannot, therefore, operate any of my aircraft in my collection.

 

Any help is appreciated.

 

Michael Verlin

 

 

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33 minutes ago, Michael Verlin said:

I converted from Windows XP fo Windows 7 64. FS9 functions in every way except with the ability to configure my CH yoke, CH pedals, and CH throttle quadrant. I have FSUIPC on my system, but I have found with or without FSUIPC my CH modules don't communicate with FS9.  I calibrated them from Win 7, without any problem.

It sounds like you have some other software in the way.

34 minutes ago, Michael Verlin said:

I've  reassigned the axes for the CH modules

Where & how, if they are not seen?

Pete

 

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