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Getting Saitek/Logitech hardware to work in FSX

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GJMichels Trainee

I just bought a Saitek switch panel, multipanel and one instrument panel. I also have their yoke and throttle quadrant. My problem is getting things to work in FSX. I can use the test software supplied by Logitech and it works, but I get no response from FSX when I run the program. Is the yoke possibly interfering with the other instruments? In addition, the throttle quadrant black level works as a throttle, but the blue and red levers do nothing. Any suggestions?

Jerry Michels
gjmichels53@gmail.com

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RadarMan Chief Captain
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GJMichels Trainee

I tried them. They are up and loaded. No help there. JErry

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GJMichels Trainee

If you go to the Saitek site and click on a driver or software button, you now get directed to Logitech, and they have one supposedly "does it all package," which does not seem to work.

Jerry

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RadarMan Chief Captain

Your right, Mad Catz who owned Saitek sold out to Logitech.
The only thing I can think of is to contact them by phone or email.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saitek

Also before you do that check in the Sims control panel and look at the settings that are assigned to your hardware.

Radar

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deanj Trainee

Hi have you created a profile in the saitek profile editor, if not you will have to assign everything through fsx.

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