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You Should Check/refresh Your Device Drivers!

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I was having a hard time trying to taxi a Lear 45 from the Terminal and decided to check out the calibration of my right/left axis (also rudder control) on my joystick.When having done so using the picture-graph that comes with the Logitech gaming software...I found that I only had less than half the range of the right rudder/ ground taxi steer. I thought that perhaps my joystick had gone South.On a hunch, I downloaded the latest gaming and driver software for my Logitech EXTREME 3D PRO joy stick. After uninstalling the current software and installing the downloaded, I found that I got back all movement and function of my joystick.So...I recommend to all, that you do a reinstall of your gaming software controllers and drivers, as over time they can become corrupted. You might mistake plane control of the model for driver files that have been corrupted over time or through hard drive defragmenting.Cheers!Mitch

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When mine screws up I just go into the control panel->game controls and re-calibrate my stick or throttle

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When mine screws up I just go into the control panel->game controls and re-calibrate my stick or throttle
--------------------------------------------------------I did that also, but saw through the graphic representation that I only got 1/2 the sweep on my right rudder axis. After reinstalling the drivers for the joystick, did I get full parameters once more.

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