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Fitch93

Saitek Pro Flight Controls won't stay mapped

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Hey all,Yesterday I finally got my Saitek Pro Flight Yoke, Throttle, and Rudder Pedals. (Still waiting on my Switch Panel)After some "teething" troubles, I finally got it up and running, with only 2 big issues, One I found the fix for here in the forums, the other I haven't, so here goes.My Controller assignments in FS9 aren't sticking. After I shut down FS9 and restart I have to re-assign certain assignments and "fix" others.Specifically, the Rudder Pedals always have the X and Y Axis assigned to the Elevators and Ailerons, and the Rudder is assigned to a button instead of the Z Axis, plus there is one other thing thats assigned to a button. So every time I start up FS9, I have to check and delete all of these assignments and re-map the Rudder to the Z axis.The other Controller issue is with the Yoke buttons, specifically the Aileron Trim switch(the Left to right switch) the "Repeat" Slider is defaulting itself back to the right, instead of to the Left where I want it. This one is resetting itself every time I check the Settings, even without shutting down FS9.I have FSUIPC(Free) and the Saitek drivers installed, I don't have anything set in the Profiler.Thanks for the helpEDIT: Let's add another issue, when I Map the Left and Right Brake Axis on the Rudder, and click the Reverse Box, after I've set it for the Right Axis, anytime I click ANYWHERE else the Right Axis Reverse Box unchecks itself.

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Fitch, are you unplugging the hardware regularly? I've had issues similar to yours when switching USB ports.

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Fitch, are you unplugging the hardware regularly? I've had issues similar to yours when switching USB ports.
Earlier today was the first time I'd unplugged it. So it was still on it's initial go-round, as it were.

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