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  1. ISSUE SOLVED! It was the Win10 security setting which blocked the microphone. So, it was the microphone blocking PTT and not PTT blocking the microphone. Thanks again for all quick support and the right hint to the solution!
  2. Sorry, I meant: Can you eventually tell me which files handle the PPT?
  3. You gave me a hint for a part of the solution: As said, FlyInside does nothing more than opening FSX (in windowed mode) but adds a layer of drivers for the Oculus Rift. So, the issue is linked to connection between vPilot and FSX, not FlyInside. But, knowing now from you that microphone access is separate from PTT, I had an idea: I checked Win10 security settings and noticed that mic access was deactivated for Apps. Activating solved the mic issue: I can now calibrate the mic in vPilot normal user mode! I will dig deeper into this direction. Can you eventually tell me which files hand
  4. I systematically tested the possible cases. For the matter of ease (avoids connection to Vatsim) I applied the "Calibrate mic..." as surrogate for the PTT button issue because if PTT does not work, also the microphone calibration does not work but only returns "SpeechDrownedOut". - FSX in normal mode, vPilot in normal mode: No calibration - FSX in normal mode, vPilot in admin mode: Calibration, speech returned - FSX in admin mode, vPilot in normal mode: No calibration - FSX in admin mode, vPilot in admin mode: Calibration, speech returned FlyInside first regularly starts FSX in windowe
  5. Oculus and FlyInside/FSX are running as normal user, explicitly not using "run as administrator". I [Mod - Happy Thoughts]igned a joystick button to PTT. Thanks for the very quick reply!
  6. I am affeceted by the issue that vPilot does not detect my mike and PTT button if not run as administror. Interestingly, I do NOT run FSX as administrator (I run it under a normal user account but followed Aerosoft recommendation to always install(!) all FSX-related software by "run as administrator"). When I run vPilot as administrator, this solves the PTT issue but now conflicts wiht FlyInside for Oculus Rift: Importing the vPilot window into the FlyInside virtual cockpit causes a crash while window import nicely works when vPilot is run in normal user mode. So, I can either import vPil
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