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I'm in Belgium fan of fsx with window 7 64bits with saitek x52 pilot 6.0.4.1(HID-USB) All the bitton are working except one : the twit (rudder). It makes a mouvement (kind of vibrations) around the the equilibrium with a biaised right. It is impossible to calibrate. It does't account of my calibration and in the template calibration we can see the vibration of the cursor but it is impossible to cancel these movments. Can yo help me? Thanks

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You should set this axis up first as a rudder in FSX settings, then calibrate it. Make sure you hav the latest drivers for it too. Make sure that Auto-rudder check box is unticked. I hope this helps, good luck

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