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If you are using a wheel, mm2 should automatically detect the steering axis and configure it by itself.
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Solved the problem for the logitech formula force wheel, it seems the software they sent with the wheel is corrupted in some way so just delete that then download it from the logitech website.After you install it you can then go to control panel & open up the game controllers, then go into settings & under pedals reported as..... select combined (single axis - used for most games) because before with the software from the cd it wouldn't let you do this & then mm2 should work fine with it (if not try re-assigning the pedals in mm2).
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Cheers Dave! Im going to give that ago now!
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Thanks YR-6200 now it works Smile
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Sames Very Happy
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Good glad to have helped & that i got my own working Laughing
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I picked a steering wheel up from Comet at £15! Bargain. It's actually not too bad, although it only turns about 95 degrees either way. Embarassed Worked first time, although the steering sensitivity needs changing in every bus. XD
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Yeah no doubt that using a steering wheel in mm2 is great as it is with all car games.

Here is the new logitech G27 it's expensive though!

http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/12096740/Logitech-G27-Racing-Wheel-And-Pedals/Product.html
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Jimjam91 wrote:
Yeah no doubt that using a steering wheel in mm2 is great as it is with all car games.

Here is the new logitech G27 it's expensive though!

http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/12096740/Logitech-G27-Racing-Wheel-And-Pedals/Product.html

I would like one, and I would get one of play.com (9/10 its the cheapest too), but my money is going to other things atm Wink
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evo wrote:
Jimjam91 wrote:
Yeah no doubt that using a steering wheel in mm2 is great as it is with all car games.

Here is the new logitech G27 it's expensive though!

http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/12096740/Logitech-G27-Racing-Wheel-And-Pedals/Product.html

I would like one, and I would get one of play.com (9/10 its the cheapest too), but my money is going to other things atm Wink


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busboy99 wrote:
evo wrote:
Jimjam91 wrote:
Yeah no doubt that using a steering wheel in mm2 is great as it is with all car games.

Here is the new logitech G27 it's expensive though!

http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/12096740/Logitech-G27-Racing-Wheel-And-Pedals/Product.html

I would like one, and I would get one of play.com (9/10 its the cheapest too), but my money is going to other things atm Wink


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AK47 wrote:
Fuck you all


Seriously you need to grow up & stop insulting everyone or just get lost.
Either way is good.
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YR-6200 wrote:
AK47 wrote:
Fuck you all


Seriously you need to grow up & stop insulting everyone or just get lost.
Either way is good.
Or you can shut up and that would be even better.
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AK47 wrote:
YR-6200 wrote:
AK47 wrote:
Fuck you all


Seriously you need to grow up & stop insulting everyone or just get lost.
Either way is good.
Or you can shut up and that would be even better.


Look stop being a total prat & grow up you are not clever by doing it.
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