It is commonly known that SPAD.neXt and Saitek/Logitech drivers cannot be run simultaneoulsy; otherwise conflicts will occur.
Here’s how to avoid the conflict when running the new X-Plane FIP Gauges (using Saitek/Logitech drivers) together with SPAD.neXt; since the development of my earlier X-Plane gauges designed for SPAD.neXt has come to a stop for the moment.
Edit: Just found that there are still conflicts between the Logitech plugins and SPAD.neXt. Under this combination, all basic functions work ok but not the many extra features provided by SPAD.neXt.
Will explore further if there are solutions.
Install the Saitek/Logitech FIP drivers (if they have been removed from the computer) — it is necessary for the Windows OS to recognize the hardware.
You could download the Flight Instrument Panel Drivers from Logitech’s support web page here. Or if you have the older version 7 on hand, it works fine as well.
Follow the instructions in Post 471 to install the X-Plane Plug-in.
After restarting the computer, right-click on the Windows Menu bar at the bottom to call up “Task Manager” Continue reading