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V3 and Saitek X52 - mouse cursor issue

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I have an issue with the Saitek X52 controller in V3. The controller works fine but after some time (between 5 and 15 minutes) the mouse becomes unusable, the cursor drifts to the left side of the screen.

After unplugging the controller the mouse becomes usable again. 

I am on Win 8.1, don't have this issue with 2.5.

Latest Saitek drivers are installed.

Any ideas?


Hans Schmitz

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I found a solution: Disabling the Saitek mouse in the device manager eliminates the error. As I don't use the mouse feature on the throttle I can live with this work-around.

However, still interesting that it happens in V3 and not in V2.5.


Hans Schmitz

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