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Random Changes to Saitek/Logitech Controller Assignments

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I asked this question in the FSX/FSX-SE Forum because I'm not sure if it is a hardware or software (FSX) issue.  It got lots of views but no answers, so I'm trying here.  Please help if you can.

I have Saitek/Logitech Yoke,Throttle Quadrant, and Pedals controlling FSX-SE.  I have previously tried but never used FSUIPC, because I couldn't understand it, so have always used the standard FSX-SE on-board controls interface.  Every now and again (like now) controller assignments get 'scrambled' and when I reset them they don't stay the way I set them.  It's almost as if FSX keeps trying to reimpose the default settings over the top of my own choices.  Assuming it was a corrupted FSX-SE, at one time or another, I have cleanly uninstalled/reinstalled, as per the proper procedure, with FSX going to a separate folder C:\SteamLibrary\ and not in the Program Files 'tree.  I have even deleted and reinstalled the Saitek drivers, but it can't be that all three devices have a hardware fault and the problem persists.  Has anyone any experience of this, or advice to fix it, please?



Andrew Gold

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If you are using logitech/saitek controls, get Spad Next.  Makes them much easier to manage


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