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F1 2012 steering wheel problem

Discussion in 'F1 2012 - The Game' started by Jacques Weijers, Oct 25, 2012.

  1. I use a logitech driving force gt to play the game on the ps3. After a update that game out for the game, my wheel does weird. The problem is that after the update I need turn de wheel until it is at max to turn, before update I don't.
    Can someone please help me with the problem
     
  2. kelaroost

    kelaroost
    @ Simberia @Simberia

    I dont think you can do anything about that,
    there is no profile for that wheel you can save.
    Its a pitty realy i would like to make it 230 degree for gt5 on the ps3 but your stuck with default values..
    I think you will have to wait for a new patch
     
  3. alri
    ok thanks
     
  4. I have same issue!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  5. grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!!!!!!!!!!! MORONS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  6. Streering saturation 65% .
     
  7. really annoying!! steering wheel problems
     
  8. tried control pad and thats fine.. just the wheel........ I mean... what F&^KIN POTATO FACES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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  9. Graham Laing

    Graham Laing
    ...... mostly harmless Staff Member

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  10. yea its now steering saturation u need to tinker with along with linearity... I'm on 75% saturation & 45% linearity. Low % linearity makes the car sway all over the place. Well, it does w/o FFB anyway... Need to be on steroids to have FFB on IMO
     
  11. i take that back.... I've tried every combo possible for the saturation & linearity and I conclude the game is now duff.
     
  12. I put saturation on 40% best I could find.
    Still have to turn quite far for the last little bit, I dont know why the had to mess with the steering?
     
  13. Is it just a problem with the logitec D F GT?
     
  14. I use G27 and its the same for that. Spent about half an hour in a gravel pit trying to work out the best setting. Have mine set to 50% steering saturation. Its better but not ideal.
     
  15. kelaroost

    kelaroost
    @ Simberia @Simberia

    Just get yourself a pc.
    you can build one today for less than 300 pounds and if you have other items such as a hard drive or case it will be even less.
    still works on a tv
     
  16. Tom

    Tom
    Staff Emeritus Premium Member

    There are some people who want to play on their PS3. For them it's not a matter of having the hardware. :)
     
  17. why do people say the steering is really strong now, it is still weak :O_o:
     
  18. kelaroost

    kelaroost
    @ Simberia @Simberia

    I play gt5 more than any other game on my ps3,
    but for f1 it has to be on the pc for many reasons.
     
  19. You wont build a Windows bases budget gaming Pc for £300 when you need a least £120 for the GPU (low end gaming card) and £80 for the OS leaving you with £100 for a case, PSU, Motherboard, CPU, Ram and a HDD?

    People enjoy the PS3 because normally it's quick and easy to setup and get going on it. I have a self built gaming PC I use for FPS etc but have never considered playing F1 on it.
     
  20. Thats not whats in question right now.