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Saitek rudders pull tot he right in FSX

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Solutions? I have tried the recalibration Here is the current settings for them. Thanx.saiteksetupinFSX.jpg

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I am having the same problem in exactly the same way. I did not see your post until I had posted my own, which is weird because I did a search for this topic in several different ways. Have you found a solution? Did you get any help from Saitek?

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Sargeski,I am having the same problem and increasing the null zones does not resolve it. I have used FSUIPC to check the rudder and it is indicating that full right rudder deflection is being received. I also posted before I found this post. This only happens in FSX. Works fine in other games and checks out ok in Windows control panel controller properties. Lee

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I believe the problem may be related to the motherboard. Here is why:I put my old box back together (fortunately had not wiped HDD and had to go steal video card and sound card from family members) and ran FSX. The pedals worked beautifully. I then took all the peripherals out of my new machine and ran FSX to see if maybe a sound card or other expansion card was causing a conflict. Pedals are centered, FSX shows full right rudder. FSUIPC also is indicating that a full right rudder signal is being received. On my rig, this actually does happen in other games as well, I didn't think it was, but I installed three other driving/fs games, rudder doing same thing. However, it does not happen in the Control Panel joystick and controller setup. When tested in Control Panel, rudders work just fine. I have a Gigabyte GA-EP45-UD3R mobo. Curious to know what you have. My video card is a EVGA Nvidia 9800GTX+. It was the only peripheral I left in, as I have no onboard video. I am continuing to look for more information. Please let me know if you have found a fix for this problem. Lee

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Ok, I found the problem. It was in the FSX installation and/or my Window install. I found many problems with my windows install after killing a virus on the machine. I formatted and installed Windows 7 beta. I figured if I was going to format and reinstall everything, why not give Windows 7 a looking over? Everything works just fine now. I have played with FSX in Windows 7 for two days now and I give it two thumbs up! It runs just as fast, possibly a bit faster than it did on WinXP. I skipped Vista so I don't know how FSX worked in Vista except from what others have said. DX10 works great in Windows 7 and Windows automatically turns off aero interface when FSX is launched. Installation was smooth. No gripes so far. Just glad it wasn't the rudders or pc hardware causing the problem.

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