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busboy99 wrote:
LFS + Wheel = Epic.
No one cares about your stupid LFS
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Nobody cares about your stupid a.ss posts either, apart from them being annoying. Go find something better to do than stalking every topic waiting to reply with some smartass comment thinking it makes you look big.
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ediblechickenwing wrote:
Nobody cares about your stupid a.ss posts either, apart from them being annoying. Go find something better to do than stalking every topic waiting to reply with some smartass comment thinking it makes you look big.
who the fuck are you?
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Tbh, I would avoid Saitek wheels like the plauge.
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busboy99 wrote:
Tbh, I would avoid Saitek wheels like the plauge.


Indeed. Unreliable, cheaply made, no FF and expensive. A heap of plastic.
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The force feedback on my Saitek wheel could easily knock the monitor off my desk.
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evo wrote:
The force feedback on my Saitek wheel could easily knock the monitor off my desk.


Well, depends which one you get. I had dealings with a Saitek R220 and how terrible. I liked the pedal theory of that wheel, but they were terrible. The G25 should follow that layout but make it 100x better Razz
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evo wrote:
The force feedback on my Saitek wheel could easily knock the monitor off my desk.


And that's a good thing... Confused
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evo wrote:
The force feedback on my Saitek wheel could easily knock the monitor off my desk.


And that's a good thing... Confused


Ahaha Thumbs Up
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Admitantly that isn't a good thing. Either too strong or too weak....
Doesn't really matter, still cant drive with it Twisted Evil
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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).


How do you do this on Windows 7?
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YR-6200 wrote:
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).


How do you do this on Windows 7?


Type game controllers into start menu search box then click "set up USB game controllers" then click properties then settings then select "Combined (single axis - used for most games)" then close.
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All I see on the window is this message:

Game Controller Calibration
If your game controller is not functioning properly on the Test page, it may need to be calibrated. Click Calibrate and follow the instructions to calibrate the controller.

I then get two buttons:
-Reset to default
-Calibrate...

There is another tab at the top, Test.
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Try calibrating. Neutral
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Tried that. The pedals still don't work. I can assign every other button to a control on MM2, except the pedals!
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