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    Dual flight yokes

    Hello All, Im trying to continue work on my sim, the problem im running into. How do you connect two yokes to one pc and not drop one connection ?

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    Re: Dual flight yokes

    Hi,
    If you configure your yokes in FSUIPC then it will take the data from the yoke thats showing greatest output. Is automatic, read the doc that come with FSUIPC and it explains it well.
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    Re: Dual flight yokes

    Hey,thanks for responding. I configured it in FSUIPC and it looked good,i moved on to the trim and lose both of them. Ive tried the fs9 side and no joy,sometimes in the calibaration the other yoke wasnt seen, Ive also plugged everything into its own USB poert it worked for a moment then gone. Ive tryed powered hubs, i bought the saitke pwr adapter nothing. Im still trial and error the FSUIPC its like chinese arithmatic to me Im missing something i just cant see what it is. Im sure others use dual yokes other than a single pot and turn cables.
    Im going nuts.