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Vagabond Trainee

Good afternoon.
This is my first post as I am Just starting to learn Flight Simulation. I have Wndows xp 32bit, AMD Athlon 64 X2 2.0Ghz, 1st Hard drive 80Gb, 2nd. Hard drive 200Gb,3rd. Hard drive 200Gb and Ram Crucial 2x 1024 Mb totalling 2048 Mb. Graphics card is a NVidia GeForce 6600 256 Mb. I have MS flight Simulator2004 on at the moment with a MS Sidewinder Force Feedback 2 joystick.
I have purchased a Logitech flight rudder pedals which are connected to the computer by USB. The indicator light comes on but no connection with F S 2004. I have raised a query with Logitech but they have not replied.
There was no driver CD included with the pedals. Has any kind person have some guidance for me as to how to get these pedals working? Thank you in anticipation.

Vagabond

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RadarMan Chief Captain

All I can think of is to try another USB port and be sure that the Sim recognizes your pedals and joystick in it's settings tab.

Radar

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Vagabond Trainee

Thank you RadarMan I will try and report back.

Vagabond.

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