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Logitech G27 settings

Discussion in 'F1 2010 - The Game' started by imacken, Oct 22, 2010.

  1. imacken

    imacken

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    I have just bought a G27 to replace my DFP, and I can't get the game to accept my steering settings.
    I have it set to 180 degrees in the Logitech profiler, but whenever the game starts, I just get full rotation again. The 180 setting is ignored.
    Any ideas?
     
  2. Porta

    Porta

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    are you sure what you do past the 180degrees makes a difference in game?
     
  3. imacken

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    OK, I guess I'm being a bit stupid here. You're right, the wheel turning more doesn't affect the turning of the on-screen wheel. I thought that the actual wheel would be physically restricted to whatever setting is chosen!
     
  4. Benchwarmer

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    Try too start the game with the g27 and not the dualshock pad after you get too the menu of the game you can turn on the dualshock again as controller 2, now your steering wheel settings are saved and you are good to go...
     
  5. imacken

    imacken

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    Thanks, but that's not the issue at all. Apart from anything else, we're talking PCs here.
     
  6. Bram Hengeveld

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    Try to adjust the settings in windows (devices and printers) and not in the profiler. Might work.
     
  7. imacken

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    Thanks Bram. Can you just clarify whether the wheel should physically stop at the set number of degrees, or is it just the screen wheel in-game that is restricted?
     
  8. Bram Hengeveld

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  9. ShiftyGears

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    Select the CUSTOM option in stead of the original G27 settings, then you can adjust the wheel to your personel settings.
     
  10. Gustavo_B

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    Hi,
    I bought yesterday a G27 wheel to play F1-2010 on PS3. I've read some threads about the wheel and my fist feelings are great but I would like to know how can i set the wheel rotation angle??
    I found some info at the G25 thread, but I'm a little bit lost.

    Well, someone already did this? If it worked which buttons you pressed and when?? You pressed the buttons on the wheel or in a secondary joystick (seems stupid but the wheel don't have these buttons or maybe these PS3 buttons are mapped to which buttons on the wheel??(Yes, I'm a stupid new owner of a G27).

    Well, thanks for helping. I'm gonna try again tonight!!
     
  11. Porta

    Porta

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    "Wheel weight" is maxed outside the 180 degrees, if you already have it set to 100% theres a slight drop at the point where it stops making a difference (after that its maxes out again) :)
     
  12. Fahad Gaffoor

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    hey guys.. i got a G27 recently.. wat do you reckon would be better, Centre Spring ON or OFF (in game - by disabling the force feedback strength to 0%) or any suggestions...
     
  13. Surebrec

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    anyone here with a G27 managed to get a good setup for F1 2010? I've been struggling to find one, I can only seem to find G25 settings, and when I try them, they are not that good.
     
  14. Paul Lock

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    This is mine. You can also try changing the in-game settings to 100% for all 3, I started with mine like that but turned them down a bit.
    I think the most important bit is having the properties set in windows correctly, then the in-game can be tailored to your liking.

    I dont have centre spring enabled as it tries to snap it back too quickly where really you want to feed the wheel back to centre.

    g27.jpg
     
  15. Viktor Andersson

    Viktor Andersson

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    I decided to post this because get the right wheel settings is very important to get a stable car. I tried some wheel settings that I felt I got lower traction control and spin alot easier. It might be hard to find a good setting yourself so it may be good to try some good settings from other users, I got help with this myself when I first started to configure my wheel settings and gave me an Idea how I wanted it to be. Anyway heres my settings for my G27


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    Wheel Settings
    Steering Deadzone: 0%
    Steering Saturation: 100%
    Steering Linearity: 70%
    Throttle Deadzone: 0%
    Throttle Saturation: 100%
    Brake Deadzone: 0%
    Brake Saturation: 100%

    Force Feedback Settings
    Enviromental Effects: 100%
    Feedback Strenght: 60%
    Wheel Weight: 0%
     
  16. Steffen Bro Lauridsen

    Steffen Bro Lauridsen

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    Hey guys, i have have now connected my logitech g27 to my pc and installed the logitech software to it. But when i open my f1 2010 and select driving controls, i can only see "keyboard" and "custom" but not the g27. Can someone help me with this problem?