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    Hello, I am not sure if this is where I should be posting but here goes. I have a home build flight simulator with motion. My flight sim has a TH2go for forward view and two other monitors for gauges or what ever. I am running a home built auto pilot, dual throttle control,radio, Rudders,Yoke,keyboard and mouse on all my 2.0 usb connectors through my main computer (see attachment). this all works however I recently connected a 10 in touch screen monitor, usb powered, for ATC, it worked but I could not move gauges from main screen to another and have them working. So my question is, if I were to purchase a 12 port Multi TT USB Hub, would that improve my port problems? It is pretty spendy so I would kind of like to know before I purchase.


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    Before you decide whether or not you need a USB powered hub, check your amp drain. To do so go to Device manager | Universal Serial Bus controllers | right click , select properties for each USB hub and select the Power tab.

    Chances are you're low on USB amperage so a USB hub my be what you need. But you probably don't need that particular model. Check this one out.

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