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My english is very poor but I will try to explain my self regarding my problem with the calibration of my CH Flightsim Yoke LE...Why do I have to re-calibrate every time I turn on my computer? Every time I use my FS2002 I notice the elevator control out of range. I use the FSUIPC to re-calibrate the elevator and the numbers are: -16193 0 16105 ... ok Then after a few minutes in the runup check, the elevator change the threshold to: -2042 -193 4050 for example. The numbers could be vary but the point here is the range of the elevator. The ailerons and rudder remains the same. I use the CH Control Mng to calibrate the yoke instead of the Windows Game Controller. If I use the Windows Game Controller, I see the elevator almost withuot movement, the after calibrate, it works but for a few minutes.Some can give me a clue, light, an answer, a miracle advise reagarding this manner? I will appreciate it. Thanks in advance.Here's what I got:PIV 1.7512DDR Ram80GBNVidia GForce4200 128MBSblaster LiveWindows XP ProCH Flightsim Yoke LECH Pro PedalsSuncom SFS Throttle

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JoseI have found a similar thing happening with my LE when using FS2K and although I don't understand why this happens, you may want to try this:When starting FS2K, instead of re-calibrating the yoke via the main menu or FSUIPC, simply move the yoke around it's full range of motion (push/pull/full left/full right etc.) whilst the aircraft is stationary and you'll find that the yoke will reset itself to normal (calibrated) values. Works using 'pause' too. Hope this helps.Toni.

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Hi ToniThanks for the tip. I was reading around and I found a very good tip also:Leaving the default settings in the Game Controller of Windows and calibrating the yoke via the CH CTRL MNG 2.0 But still having problems with the calibration... I don't know what to do... I was thinking of buying a new Yoke but now I in the middle of nowhere. If you find something else... please reply me ASAPThanks.

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