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Need Help With Calibration

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I really am hoping someone can help with this, as it has got my stumped. I have just installed Windows 10 alongside P3D V4 and have come up against a brick wall. I have Saitek combat pedals, a PFC yoke and Warthog yoke. None have the dedicated drivers installed. I have successfully calibrated the Saitek pedals and they work fine. But for the PFC yoke and Warthog throttle I have problems. They have both been calibrated in Windows and work in every position, they work in every position inside P3D settings, but they do not work ingame, except for the ailerons, but the elevator and throttle refuse to work. Those two don't work in FSUIPC either, unlike the pedals and the ailerons!!!! Can anyone please offer some ideas on this. Thanks fellas.

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Hi Howard,

I have similar controls to you, the Warthog etc, and when I came up against this in Win 10 and P3D v4, I deselected completely all the defaults which corresponded to my throttle, switches, joystick etc, in the setup, then I reselected and calibrated the axis on the throttle and stick i.e. started from scratch and everything on the throttle quadrant and the stick works absolutely fine.  Took about 20 minutes, but worth trying.

Kev

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Hi Kev, I thought about doing this. In fact there are a load of USB ports that don't function either. When you say you deselected completely all the defaults which corresponded to my throttle, switches, joystick etc, can you expand on this a little? Thanks

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Hi Howard,

I set the controls of the Warthog throttle and buttons, and the joystick - including all axis' to zero - this means every control button and axis was removed in the controls set up menu.  I then had a conplete blank page to work on.  I then set up my axis on the throttles and joystick, and then allocated all my buttons.  I forgot to mention, I also unplugged the usb connections then reinserted them, set the axis and buttons, then calibrated.  Worked fine for me, but, as you know our systems alre all different!!

 

Kev

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