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  1. Three is company! Add Bezos to my avoidance list.
  2. Thanks, Robin. I had not noticed the footnote. Seems to me the error message could be more explicit, particularly after enrolling me without any warning. Anyway, I'll have to stop dragging my feet and get W10.
  3. [copied from main MS Flight Sim forum] For weeks, I have tried without success to log in. I know I have an OK insider account because I have just received an email re: alpha testing. If I try to log in I am told to create an Xbox profile, which I don't need but I click "accept" anyway. Then I see a revolving circle of green dots for a few seconds and finally a message that an unexpected error occurred and try again later... This is rather frustrating. Has anybody else got this problem? or better still the solution? I use Firefox on Win7 and I have tried Chrome without better results. Thanks
  4. I forgot to clarify I use Firefox under Win 7.
  5. For weeks, I have tried without success to log in. I know I have an OK insider account because I have just received an email re: alpha testing If I try to log in I am told to create an Xbox profile, which I don't need but I click "accept" anyway. Then I see a revolving circle of green dots for a few seconds and finally a message that an unexpected error occurred and try again later... This is rather frustrating. Has anybody else got this problem? or better still the solution? Thanks
  6. This is a very old thread but I wonder if anyone has found a solution to this problem...
  7. I have been tempted to install these but would like to know how they coexist with the more recent extreme series (EGLL EGKK EGCC etc.) as some areas overlap. Has anybody found any problem? Thanks.
  8. Great video! I applied the instructions but used a Pokeys 56U card that was lying around. On my first 737 flight, the CWS kept kicking in for no obvious reason. I found out that some very narrow spikes were not picked up and smoothed out by FSUIPC. Fortunately, the Pokeys card has a built-in adjustable low-pass filter on its analog inputs. After some adjustment, everything is nice and smooth. Thought this info may turn out to be useful to others, since not all joystick cards were created equal... Thanks again, Dan.
  9. The problem though is it's very easy to enable the reversers by mistake when moving the levers to idle power. Is your idle point at the top of the red band? That's the way I have set it up. There is a little notch that helps prevent getting into reverse accidentally. The switch activates a little bit below the notch. Have you tried to calibrate with a small "idle" deadzone just above the notch?
  10. One of my quadrant axes is spiking badly. I have read all the threads on this forum and others and am now prepared to open up the beast and try to clean the pots. However, while preparing for this, I have come across an issue that I have not seen mentioned anywhere: crosstalk. When I move the left lever full range, the values coming out of the MIDDLE channel change (with a lot of noise) by a few 1000s (out of -16k/+16k), although its lever does not move at all. I monitor the values with FSUIPC. This seems to point to some electrical fault. Has anybody else experienced this? and,better still, can offer a solution? Thanks, Phil
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