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Logitech G X52 Hotas Software with FSUIPC5

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I have my Logitech G X52 Hotas working well in P3Dv4.5 using FSUIPC5 to assign and calibrate axes. I have not installed the Logitech software and am reluctant to because I am not sure that the drivers will cooperate with FSUIPC. I am also not sure they can be readily uninstalled and the Windows drivers reinstated as others have reported problems trying to do so.

So why am I writing?  Its the lights. You can't control them without the Logitech software. And the mutifunction display is not backlit so I can't use the timer. 

So can anyone say if I can install the Logitech software and still use FSUIPC with the stick?


Steve P.

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Hi Steve,

On 8/6/2019 at 9:03 PM, paradisca1 said:

So can anyone say if I can install the Logitech software and still use FSUIPC with the stick?

sorry for the late reply - I was hoping someone else who has tried this would jump in and advise. I can only tell you that we generally advise against installing the Logitech/Saitek drivers as these can create problems with FSUIPC. I can only suggest that you try to see if it works for you, and if not then uninstall. Maybe be a good idea to take a backup copy of your registry before you install, as their drivers have been known to leave registry entries after uninstallation that may affect behaviour (although I don't know if this is still the case with their latest drivers).



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I sent a query to Logitech support. Here is what they said.

Good day!

Apologies for the delayed response as we are currently experiencing high volume of email. We are afraid we can not confirm if our drivers will work properly with FSUIPC. However, you can try to install the software and if in any case it does not work for you, you can always uninstall the drivers. 

You can find instructions on how to completely uninstall the drivers from this link. Please refer to 'Uninstall a Logitech controller driver' article.

I have not tried this yet. I will first make an Acronis image of the partition.


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