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Lynne R

Problem installing Saitek Radio Panel on fsx SE

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Hi, please can someone tell me if the radio panel is still provided with an installation disc. I've just bought a clearly unused panel on ebay but the owner lost the disc and, after 3 people spending 2 hours looking, we can't find the driver online. Any help ( including the loan of a disc if I do need one! - i'd return it asap via recorded mail) would be very gratefully received. Thanks.

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just google SPAD and use that, works better than Saitek drivers, however I don't have FSXSE so I could be wrong regarding the sim you are using.....

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I just googled and found this tutorial...looks pretty comprehensive. I will probably give SPAD a try soon as I have issues with my Saitek Quadrant setup.

 

 

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3 hours ago, Lynne R said:

Hi, please can someone tell me if the radio panel is still provided with an installation disc. I've just bought a clearly unused panel on ebay but the owner lost the disc and, after 3 people spending 2 hours looking, we can't find the driver online. Any help ( including the loan of a disc if I do need one! - i'd return it asap via recorded mail) would be very gratefully received. Thanks.

 

Hi Lynne, welcome to our forums.

 

This is the link for the latest drivers, Logitech took over Saitek http://support.logitech.com/en_us/product/flight-sim-cockpit-radio-panel/downloads

 

I understand though the SPAD.next payware is better.

 

Joe

 

 

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just be aware that SPAD from here http://fstools.weebly.com/

is free and is 32bit, works with FSX and p3d through to v3......

 

Spad.NEXT   from here https://www.spadnext.com/home.html

is payware, works 32 or 64bit, and works also with p3dv4...

 

hope you get it sorted, try the free bit first I never had an issue with it....

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Wain, you're a star! Problem solved thanks to you mentioning about the 32 and 64 bit versions. Took a while to research if I needed fsuipc (thankfully don't) but radio finally came to life late this evening. Thanks so much.

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