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Old Mar 30, 2012, 10:24 PM
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Originally Posted by Bo43 View Post
I have a Transmitter/ Receiver HobbyKing HK-T6A V2, and there is no problem with the airplane (Canadair CL-415), all the controls work. As a beginner, I want to practice on a flight simulator before flying, and I have downloaded 3 free flight sims - RC Flight Simulator, RC Desk Pilot, and FMS. I understand the FMS is the best of these. Notwithstanding, in each case I get no reaction from the transmitter. What am I doing wrong, or must I do some sort of hand-shake link-up? Do I have to first do a T6 config?
Did you connect your interface to PC and turn the TX on first?
Most sims require interface to be recognised by PC system so it can be locked in whilst
program boots up - they will not recognise interface if enlivened after program has booted.

With regards to Simulators and interface, refer to sub section:
"Flight Simulators (Airplane, Heli & slope) & Sailing Simulators - Commercial & Freeware "
below sub Section
"Buddy Boxes, Flight Simulators & Interface" at:
Alan's Hobby, Model & RC FAQ Web Links

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