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    737 tq

    I just bought a used 737 tq itlay made from a widow selling her husbands things. Problem is it didnt come with program. I am looking for version 1.0 or 2.0. I am running vista and fsx. The tq i bought is motorized. if anyone has this program would be greatful if u can help me out. I dont have money to buy the program from the company cause I am working with a very small budget and program is very expensive. thank you again. jeff

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    Re: 737 tq

    Do you know what brand it is? I might be able to help if it was a Symulatory TQ.

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    Re: 737 tq

    Hello,
    My understanding is the software you have is the same i need the companys went in together to make them. I fyou have the software and are able to send it i would really welcome it. If you need my email address to send it let me know thanks for your help Jeffrey

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    Re: 737 tq

    If you're talking about Symulatory and FSC, it is true they are working together but the products themselves are totally different, with different software drivers. I have had little luck getting my Symulatory unit to work, so I have disassembled it and am working on interfacing the existing servos with an OpenCockpits card and SIOC. Symulatory might be willing to help you but they were very bad about responding to my emails.

    For detailed instructions about how to rework a Symulatory TQ, see Ian's site at

    http://www.737ng.co.uk/symulatory.htm

    I will send you my driver package in a PM.

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    Re: 737 tq

    My emaili is jackel902@yahoo.com. Thanks Jeff.
    Quote Originally Posted by peterkwu View Post
    If you're talking about Symulatory and FSC, it is true they are working together but the products themselves are totally different, with different software drivers. I have had little luck getting my Symulatory unit to work, so I have disassembled it and am working on interfacing the existing servos with an OpenCockpits card and SIOC. Symulatory might be willing to help you but they were very bad about responding to my emails.

    For detailed instructions about how to rework a Symulatory TQ, see Ian's site at

    http://www.737ng.co.uk/symulatory.htm

    I will send you my driver package in a PM.