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Unresponsive keyboard/HOTAS just in Huey

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I just downloaded a few missions from the DCS site and from this forum for the Huey and ran them and since then I can't get the sim to respond to my HOTAS/keyboard inputs. I can move the mouse on screen but that's it. If I move my joystick for example I get no response. Nothing moves on the Controls Indicator either. I can't even click the escape key to exit, I have to use the Task Manager.I haven't done much of downloading user missions and just put them into a custom folder on my hard drive (separate from DCS World) and loaded them up in DCS through browsing the hard drive in the Mission Editor. Was this a mistake? I tried other aircraft and they seem fine but I still have this problem with the Huey even though I tried turning my PC off and on again. Just played the Huey recently with no problems at all before this. I have just upgraded DCS also yesterday but don't think that is the cause but it could be. Could anyone please give me some advice on how to try to fix this and what I did wrong?




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Had same issue on 2.0 and 1.5 OB after most recent updates. Deactivating Helios JSGME fixed it.

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This happened to me on the Fridays update as well for the A10C, P-51, Ka-50 modules in the openbeta. I had to copy the input files from stable build (F:\Program Files\Eagle Dynamics\DCS World\Mods\aircraft\aircraft name\Input), then it all work as normal.

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