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X52 and 2x Aviator - axes jiggling - same problem anybody?

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Dear all,first, this is my first post. Hello to all. Have been gleaning useful advice for some time now - thanks to all! Hope you don't mind I start with a problem.I have a very strange problem with 3 (!) Saitek joysticks in a row (2x Avaitor and 1x X52).Problem:- Signal from axes, throttles and sliders is not stable. There is jiggling on the signal, exactly the same as visible on following youtube video by another X52 user.http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=5dlEemIPlfE(I have similar videos for all 3 controllers). - In FS2004 the controls mapped to these axes (e.g. throttle, prop, mixture, ect

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GunterWith my X-52 it was the sst software and the USB port.I uninstalled the SST software (you don't usually need it) and connected the X-52 via Belkin powered USB 2.0 Hub. I calibrated in Windows, assigned axes in FSX and used FSUIPC to fine tune. I constantly swap the Saitek Yoke, Saitek Cyborg Evo and an X-52 using the same USB hub with no issues.This is worth a look: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/315926;http://support.microsoft.com/kb/243981RegardsPeter Hayes

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Hello Peter,thanks for the advice.I have not solved the problem yet.The problem occurs independent of FS2004, and even without dedicated Saitek drivers installed, i.e. with generic Microsoft drivers only.It also is present before installing SST software.I will try with a powered USB port as I need one anyway. However, I'm surprised it occurs on three different computers. But you never know.I will also work through the lists in the links you provided. Never know...Seems nobody else is having this problem. Strange...Peter, thanks a lot again for offering advice. Your help is appreciated.G

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