FMS ver7 is running fine on my home version of XP.
Can't use the transmitter interface parallel or serial though.
I use a joystick for now, until I can get a Tx interface built.
Speaking of Cockpit Master, there is nothing on their web
site that says anything about what hardware interfaces
it can use. Nor is there any support offered on their web site!
Last edited by DNA; Nov 20, 2001 at 02:17 PM.
Those are some good inputs. If xp home don't work, buy xp pro.
Still looking for a USB interface for a joy stick or transmitter.
I guess Cockpit Master team is swamped right now trying to get their BackYard version released.
I'm sure they can help with interfaces when the pressure lets up a little.
Cockpit Master has excellent slopes but not many slope planes. We did a few slopers for free down load and have our electrics here as well. http://www.harborside.com/~birdworks/bwhome.htm
Just click on the plane you want and at bottom of that page follow the directions.
Lots of lift Der Zip
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