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Flight Sim 2004 and Virtual Flight Yoke


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sokolich

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Hi:
Hope someone can help! I have MS-Flight Simulator 2004. I purchased used a CH Products Virtual Flight Yoke and Rudder Pedals which is the game port version. My computer does not have a game port. I purchased a converter that changes the game port cable into USB from Radio Shack. I have been told that this works fine with the hardware/software. When I try to install the harware, the system finds the hardware and installs it but it is not recognized as a game controller. It comes up as a USB device. Consequently, I cannot install the drivers and I cannot select a suitable device to install that because the system doesn not see the device as joystick. I have gone out on the CH products website and can download both USB and Gameport Drivers, but the will not install.

Does anyone know how I can get this working?

Thanks!
Scott Sokolich
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