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How to Install Flysky Fsgt3c USB Driver for Windows 8

How to Install Flysky Fsgt3c USB Driver for Windows 8

If you have a Flysky Fsgt3c transmitter and want to use it with your computer for virtual RC racing, you may need to install a USB driver for Windows 8. The Flysky Fsgt3c is a 2.4GHz radio system that comes with a mini USB port and a 3.5mm to USB cord. However, some users have reported that Windows 8 does not recognize the transmitter as a PPM compatible controller automatically, unlike Windows 7.

Flysky Fsgt3c USB Driver

In this article, we will show you how to install the Flysky Fsgt3c USB driver for Windows 8 in a few simple steps.

  • Download the Flysky Fsgt3c USB driver from this link. This is a forum post where a user shared the driver file that he found on the internet. The file name is You can also try to find the driver on the official Flysky website here, but we could not locate it at the time of writing.

  • Extract the zip file to a folder on your computer. You should see two files: flysky_usb_driver.inf and

  • Connect your Flysky Fsgt3c transmitter to your computer using the mini USB port and the 3.5mm to USB cord. Make sure the transmitter is turned on.

  • Open the Device Manager on your computer. You can do this by pressing Windows+X and selecting Device Manager from the menu.

  • Look for an unknown device under Other devices or Human Interface Devices. It should have a yellow exclamation mark next to it.

  • Right-click on the unknown device and select Update driver software.

  • Select Browse my computer for driver software.

  • Select Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer.

  • Select Have disk.

  • Browse to the folder where you extracted the zip file and select flysky_usb_driver.inf.

  • Click OK and then Next.

  • You may see a warning message saying that Windows can't verify the publisher of this driver software. Click Install this driver software anyway.

  • Wait for the installation to finish. You should see a message saying that Windows has successfully updated your driver software.