And on computer reboot it has broken my x52 drivers and the eyeX is refusing to work with vjoy again.
Since saitek drivers do not break vjoy and vjoy doesn’t break any other hardware on the computer only tobiis IES breaks vjoy and saitek, seems to me this is tobiis problem to fix and not anyones elses.
The Infinite Screen Extension application itself will most certainly not break your Saitek X52 drivers (or any other drivers for that matter), that much I can promise you. There are however definitely some issues with the vJoy drivers and other HID-drivers, especially if you originally installed the X52-drivers on Windows 7 or 8 and then upgraded to Windows 10. That does NOT mean we’re trying to absolve ourselves from any responsibility. We’re working hard at resolving the issues reported by our users since release.
If you haven’t done so already, then please follow this troubleshooting guide: