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Thread: Parking Brake Engages When Rudder Pedals Are Moved

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    Have you had the pedals working in the past? If so, have you tried connecting them into a different USB port on that PC, or the adapter, or even to your other PC to check whether that one recognizes them?
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    Yes I have. Right now I am only seeing the throttle which is hooked up to a usb adapter. The funny thing is the throttle is not functioning properly in the sim. I suspect because the mobo is a new model it is possible the adapter will no long work as it did with the old mobo. I am working on getting a 3.0 usb pcie card to work, but so far I am having problems with it. Even those I installed the driver for it, windows claims it can't find it. I have the devices hooked up to a hub, but I hope they will work better with the card once I get it to work.
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    I hope the hub will work better, USB adapters can cause problems with game controllers. I think the consensus on the CH Forums (before they closed down) was that the controllers work best when connected directly to the mobo. I'm lucky in that respect, mine has 6 USB ports; 4 at the back and 2 at the front. If you can, connect your controllers directly to the mobo and use the adapter or hub for other usb devices such as mouse, keyboard, printer etc.
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    I have more usb devices than plugs. I am working to get a 3.0 USB PCIe card to give me 4 more ports, but so far I can't get it to work. It's a Rosewill RC508. I installed the latest driver, but I am getting a yellow(!) in the USB controller section in the device manager with a code 10, stating the device can't start. I've tried looking in the BIOS but there is only 2 options for the PCIe slot ... x16 or x4+x4+x4+x4 ... it is set to x16. Trying to get that to work. Tried resetting the CMOS, but that didn't work.
    I order a used USB throttle to correct that situation.
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    What a nightmare - you'd think a PCIe card would be plug'n'play in Win7. I found this info about the Rosewill RC508 for Win10 issues, but it might also work for Win7:

    If you updated the Windows from Windows 7/8 to Windows 10 and encountered issues, please follow the steps below.
    1. With the device plugged in, open Device Manager.
    2. Locate "Renesas Electronics USB 3.0 Host Controller" under Device Manager.
    3. Right click on it and left click on Uninstall. Check the box "Delete The Driver Software For This Device".
    4. Reboot the system.
    5. Once booted back into Windows 10, Windows will recognize the device and install the device using the built in drivers. It will appear as "Renesas USB 3.0 eXtensible Host Controller - 1.0 (Microsoft)" in Device Manager.
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