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    MSDXM.OCX error

    Howdy all,

    I just got my quad servo controller and am playing with it in Linux, will be using it with the excellent X-Plane flight simulator. But I also have MSFS2004 and a Win98SE install so I thought I might as well give FS2Phidgets a try. The app throws an error though, observe:

    FS2PHIDGET caused an invalid page fault in
    module MSDXM.OCX at 016f:1d351b43.
    Registers:
    EAX=00000000 CS=016f EIP=1d351b43 EFLGS=00010246
    EBX=00000000 SS=0177 ESP=0066eca0 EBP=0066f8dc
    ECX=00000001 DS=0177 ESI=022e44c8 FS=1c3f
    EDX=0066f8a4 ES=0177 EDI=022e4240 GS=0000
    Bytes at CS:EIP:
    8b 08 ff 51 18 8b 36 8d 4d cc 51 56 8b 06 ff 50
    Stack dump:
    00000000 0066f8a4 8007000e 022e4240 00000000 7e401c37 00000177 bff86b47 bffc9490 7fbf1320 00000177 00660000 2e52504d 004c4c44 00000016 56008a61

    Could it be due to the fact that I'm using Win9x and not XP/2k? It's not a huge deal if I can't get this going (I don't fly MSFS all *that* much ) but it would be nice.

    Thanks,

    -Matt Bailey

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    Matt,

    Have not tested with Win98.
    Don't know of any sim enthusiest still running Win 98.
    Not even sure how backward compatible OCXs are!
    Does Microsoft still support Win98.

    Where do you live ?

    Alan.

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    Actually if I get an analog input solution working in Linux (either by getting my current USB module working in Linux, or using a Phidget IK with analog sensors), I won't need Windows at all for my primary simming needs. I've had to use WinXP a few times and I can hardly stand it......plus I don't want to shovel more money at MS.

    I don't think 98 is still officially supported, not that I ever care about MS support. :P Where do I live? Errr, on my computer, basically. I'm in southwestern Indiana, US (KDCY).

    After reading some other posts, it seems FS2Phidget isn't a "plug and play" MSFS interfacing solution anyway, is it? I was thinking it would allow me to map various parameters to different Phidget devices, with some simple scripting. Does it still require Visual Basic? I don't have VB (and would just as soon avoid it). Like I said, it's not a big deal as I rarely fly MSFS, just thought if it could easily be done, I might as well go for it.

    -Matt Bailey

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    alandyer
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    Matt,

    No VB required.
    Did you read the FS2Phidget Quick Start Guide ?

    Alan.

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    alandyer
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    Matt,

    Before I forget my manners.
    Let me extend courtesy of replyng where I'm from.
    Austin, Central Texas.

    Alan.

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