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CH Products Latest Driver Install ???

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During the initial phases of the install when the three activity bars appear on the lower left after a few of the usual setup screens, I receive an "installation cancelled" message. No reason given. Anyone have any ideas??Windows XP Doing setup.exe from downloaded and unzipped files in a seperate deaktop folder.Thanks,Dick

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Hi Dick,Mine installed OK, but I can't calibrate my CH Yoke PC. The throttle is always full on, and the yoke full down attitude. I'm back to the generic gaming drivers with XP until I figure out what's going on.Bruce.PS. Maybe mine didn't install OK?

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During my install under Windows XP Pro, I got a message on unzip that stated that the system could not perform a DOS application. Has anyone else with XP have this happen?Bob Johnson

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I received the following from CH products:Sir, Do you have administrative rights? Do you have the controller plugged in? Is your controller a CH yoke or one from another manufacturer?Michael SextonSystems Administrator CH ProductsHowever, none of the above is an issuie in my case.Dick

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Latest hint from CH Products is to un-install the old drivers..Dick

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Too bad Mr. Sexton is so busy going after people using the AFCS yoke, that he doesn't have time to help the customers who do own actual CH products.

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The only drivers I've been using so far are the XP default ones. Bruce.

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Although the installation was "canceled" by the install program it apparently installed a CH products folder under my PROGRAMS FOLDER. There was a "CHanalog.dll" there. I placed the DLL into both the SYSTEM and SYSTEM32 folders under WINDOWS FOLDER. Not sure which is correct but harmless duplication.Went to Game Controllers in Control Panels. There I found the Flight Yoke PC selection (this is new). ADDED the yoke. Did calibration using a NEW calibration routine that was magically there.All buttons work, operation is smoother and there is no longer any jitter of the throttle !!!Dick

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