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Thrustmaster TCA Airbus Edition - FSUIPC7.3.16


cotor

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Hello,

I updated FSUIPC7 from 7.3.15 to 7.3.16 yesterday.

Since then my axis assigments (Flaps/Spoilers) profiles did not work any longer. They got reversed...

Looking at the Assignments and Joystick Calibration tabs, while moving the axis, the IN/OUT only gives 2 positions (see attachments):

- Mins = -16384 -16383

- Maxs = 16383 16384

Regardless of the position I move the axis to:

- the IN only gives -16384 (spoilers down) or 16383 anywhere else in the axis - There are no intermediate IN position

 

From there I updated TCA drivers, removed fsuipc.ini and let FSUIPC creates a new fsuipc.ini...to no avail there are still no intermediate IN values but just 2 (-16384 or 16383) regardless of the position of the axis...

Not sure what's happening or if there is any sort of interference...

Thank you

Maxs.png

Mins.png

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31 minutes ago, cotor said:

Regardless of the position I move the axis to:

- the IN only gives -16384 (spoilers down) or 16383 anywhere else in the axis - There are no intermediate IN position

This sounds like your joystick axes gave changed (in the windows registry to digital on/off axes. This is not relayed to the FSUIPC update, but maybe to a windows or driver update. To resolve, see the following FAQ entry: 

 

Although the FAQ entry is for Saitek devices, it applies to all hardware when this occurs - just use the appropriate PID and VID numbers for your device,

John

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Thank you Pete for the prompt support.

In HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE

The instructions read "Delete any folder inside the Direct Input folder that begins VID_06A3 or VID_0738, if you know the specific PID number or your device then you only need to delete the string that matches the VID and PID."

Running your free HIDScanner tool - The PID of interest for the TCA joystick and Throttles are in my case "#VID_044F&PID_0405" and "VID_044F&PID_0407"

As I don't want to delete something I'm not supposed to - Am I to:

- delete #VID_044F&PID_0405" and "VID_044F&PID_0407" completely from the left side?

- Or delete all 3 strings under those PIDs in the right side?: "(Default)"+"ConfigCLSID"+"OEMData"?PID405.png

Apologies for the additional question here

Thank you again

Frank

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17 hours ago, cotor said:

Thank you Pete for the prompt support.

It's John, not Pete...

17 hours ago, cotor said:

As I don't want to delete something I'm not supposed to - Am I to:

- delete #VID_044F&PID_0405" and "VID_044F&PID_0407" completely from the left side?

- Or delete all 3 strings under those PIDs in the right side?: "(Default)"+"ConfigCLSID"+"OEMData"?PID405.png

First, make sure you back-up your registry before doing anything - you should always do this before editing the registry, just in-case.

Then delete completely from the left-hand side.

John

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