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CH Pro Pedals Installaiton Help !

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Dear Members, I have purchased the USB CH Pro Pedals,and one thing they are GREAT...But I have a problem so far.I am following the instructions for the manual..I am sure that I am following the instructions but when I come,to calibrate them the CH pedals are not in the Gaming options,and so i can't enable them ....I noticed something,that on the Device Manager,in the Sound,Video game controllers there are the CH Pro Pedals and a little bit in the upper,there is a name called Human interface Devices (and if i click it i see the HID Complaint Device .Can anybody please tell me what are these,and is this normal of getting them ? PS can anyone be so king please to tell me how to install them ?I thank you Forward

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If you go to your Control Panel, select game controllers or Gaming Options, are the pedals listed. If not, click add, check the box that says "Enable rudders and pedals", select your device from the list, if possible.

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I've had trouble using the CH products device manager with Windows XP. This problem depends on which system I am using. My first suggestion is to remove the CH device manager and just plug the pedals into the USB port. Let the OS recognize the pedals and go from there. Use the latest version of FSUIPC to calibrate the pedals. I'll be happy to help further if you can post OS and system specs. Good luck.

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Dear Members, OK here is my system performance. PIII 800MHZ,256MB RAM,Audio card Yamaha OPLSA3X,Ge FORCE 2 MC 400. I Hope that this works ...and can help me out somebodyRegards,

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Dear Memebers, Here is how the settings in the device manager look like.Are these settings good ?

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