Question about Microsoft Flight Simulator X for Windows
If you have an Alienware running Vista 64 I do not know any further specification.
All Alienware are game machines with great specs, and the problem is never caused by insufficient resources.
The problem is likely caused by a bug affecting the controller standard Vista driver.
If you already have tested different controller, and reinstalled game and drivers, then the only explanation is a system bug.
In this case I suggest doing a Respawn (system setup) using the Alienware utility.
When you will do respawn you will be given the option of keeping all your current data.
Save all datas onto an external hard disk before doing the respawn.
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
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