whenever you post a problem like this, you need to post A WHOLE LOT MORE information. Nobody could ever understand your problem from what you posted.
- What hardware yoke and pedals and throttle are you using?
- Are you plugging your hardware into a USB hub (either external or an internal USB hub in your computer)? This is a no-no and just asking for trouble. ESPECIALLY if it’s an unpowered USB hub. I plug CH Products Throttle quadrant into a powered USB hub, and it constantly gets disconnected, though, usually only at start up. The fix that works 98% of the time is to unplug it and plug it back in.
- How exactly are you experiencing the disconnects? What plane(s) are you flying? Anything in your Community folder?
- Where are you flying?
- When does it occur? your first post is very different in explanation than the next post.
- Have you tried unplugging and plugging them back in again?
USB is pretty much the wild west of component architectures. There are differences across the board from all manufacturers in how they implement their USB hardware. As I noted above, if you’re plugged into an unpowered hub, you’re just asking for trouble, as the devices likely are getting starved of power. You might also have driver or, we rarely hear much about this these days, but, it’s not impossible, even interrupt processing issues (irq) depending on your setup.
I don’t know how to do it, but figuring out how to get a log saved to disk of services might help debug the issue.
If it’s CH Products, there is a driver program out there (I forget the name), that some people swear by. But I think it was written for XP. I tried it and had lots of problems, and removed it (which caused problems in itself)(basically, you have to make sure the program is started when the computer is booted or you’ll have issues, I didn’t feel like going through that process).
(Could you please edit the title, it’s killing me )