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Michael Moe

V3:throttle advance only to 63% what have i missed?

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Hi,

 

I have no issues in V2 but my 737 throttletek will only advance to 63% throttle in V3.

 

I have sensitive to 127 on all and recalibrated in w10.

 

What am i missing here ?  :fool:

 

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Michael Moe

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What 737? There's no 737 in Prepar3D v3... is this a PMDG product? If so, is it a version released for Prepar3D v3?

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I don't know what throttletek is but if your null zones are zero (or one) and sensitivity is 1 to 127 you should be getting full range unless you throttletek requires something else (simconnect and/or driver)?  Are you running FSUIPC in V3?

 

I get full range on my GoFlight Tq6 and my Saitek throttle unit (all 3 of them).

 

Cheers, Rob.

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I got Saitek x45 and have the same problem with controls. I don't have problems with 2.5

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Same problem here with old Logitech Force. No problems in v2.5. I am on Windows 8.1

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Do any of you have FSUIPC, and if so, can't you fix it with that? 

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Do any of you have FSUIPC, and if so, can't you fix it with that? 

I tried without FSUPIC first. Then I installed FSUPIC 4944a, but it hasn't resolve problems.

 

All can I say I'm very disappointed. Something that worked good in 2.5 is broken. I wish I was beta tester.

By the way I'm running both version P3D under windows 10

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Again, same here. I tried without FSUIPC first. Then I installed 4.4944. Still no go. Prepar3D.cfg shows no sign of my joystick. I tried copying the lines pertaining to my joystick manually (from my Prepar3D v2.5 config file) but no luck...

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I have two Saitek X45 and CH rudder pedals. CH seems works fine X45 however has an issue. Both throttle and yoke are partially responsive . Throttle goes only half way, yoke movement somewhat 40% in any direction. If I look outside the airplane ailerons and rudder are visually twitching.

 

I tried to play with sensitivity, reassign controls, restart PC - no go :(

 

Windows 10 controller calibration works just fine.  Both X45 and CH work perfect in 2.5 and other games. Go figure

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Similar issue with throttle range. And I'm not getting any force feedback on my G940. Anyone else?

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Is this just a Win 8/10 thing?

 

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gb.

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I'd say rather than "hope LM see's this", put it on LM yourself? But then someone already has . . .     :wink:

It's worth noting that at least for Saitek, yes, there are some driver problems with Win 10.  There are some beta drivers available on the Saitek/MadKatz site.  don't know about Logitech . . .

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I'd say rather than "hope LM see's this", put it on LM yourself? But then someone already has . . .     :wink:

It's worth noting that at least for Saitek, yes, there are some driver problems with Win 10.  There are some beta drivers available on the Saitek/MadKatz site.  don't know about Logitech . . .

 

 

Maybe Rob can help me forwarding this issue ?  :wink:

 

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Michael Moe

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I'd say rather than "hope LM see's this", put it on LM yourself? But then someone already has . . .     :wink:

It's worth noting that at least for Saitek, yes, there are some driver problems with Win 10.  There are some beta drivers available on the Saitek/MadKatz site.  don't know about Logitech . . .

If it's Win 10 problem how come Saitek drivers work just fine in 2.5 in the same system?

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