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Hi, I contacted Saitek approximately 2weeks ago regarding the blueand purple backlight failure on my Eclipse II keyboard. I am awaiting your reply. I now have, what I feel to be a more serious failure on my Pro Flight Yoke. Yesterday I noticed that the timing digits on the main yoke unit had failed to light up, and the yoke was not detected by the operating system. The attached throttle quadrant did show the green LED glowing. I I am running FSX under Vista 32 on a Dell dimension 9200. The system is dedicated to my flight simulator and has been operating in its present format for about 1 year. I have in addition the rudder pedals and switch panel connected to the system. I would appreciate your advice in resolving this disappointing failure of my equipment. Thanks Chris Green

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Hi Chris

Ensure that you have the usb lead from the yoke plugged into the rear of the PC as these give the most current. Ensure the drivers for the yoke are installed properly and they are the latest for your operating system. If this still does not work, then the yoke is faulty. Good luck!

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