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I have a MS sidewinder precision racing wheel (non force feedback) and it is plug and play. I want to reverse the axis because when i set the brakes to the actual pedal i have to press down both pedals to go! How do i fix this!!! Mad Mad Mad Mad Mad Mad Mad Mad
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sounds like your pedals are set to "combined" uncheck that option if you have it in your wheel properties Wink

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Post 10 Apr 2011 02:04 pm
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i dont have that in my properties Mad
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Try looking in control panel?
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Download the latest drivers online, bun the ones you got from the disk (if you did). Also try calibrating it. Wink
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It didnt come with a disc... and now im having problems as it is turning when its centered in mm2 and all other games i tried it with Confused
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It needs calibrating, so download the drivers from the website.
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But i cant find them!
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You shouldn't need to download the drivers as XP should already have them. Perhaps you need to reinstall your wheel and specify the wheel incase Windows can't automatically detect it correctly, thus defaulting to generic drivers instead of hardware-specific.
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Still isnt working!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! XP doesnt have the drivers!
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Click.

I see keyboards, mice, controllers but no mention of steering wheels. What version of the SideWinder is it? e.g X5 X8 etc.
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Precision Racing wheel from about 2000
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Read.

I lol'd at this guy's post on the forum I got the above link from!

But yeah, it's 12 years old - just buy a new wheel. Wink
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I've had wheels in the past that have lasted just a month before going haywire, I think it's safe to say you've had your money's worth and it's time to update your wheel to a new one that's properly compatible with today's technology.
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I would buy a new wheel in a heartbeat if i had more money but now my trusty sidewinder is working again Mr. Green
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