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logitech momo force steering itself

Discussion in 'Richard Burns Rally' started by John Low, Jun 12, 2010.

  1. John Low

    John Low

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    Okay guys, I am at a loss here and need some help please. I tried using the clr calib tool from wingman as i thought i'd start with a clean slate. All of a sudden what I assume is force feedback started working. Haven't had it before, never wanted it. Am happy not to have it on.

    Started rsrbr and went in thru sse and changed all my settings as per warrens to try and see if i could get things nice and calm. Now, when I start the game the steering wheel goes totally sloppy, no resistance to turning the wheel at all. Turn the wheel left and it stays there. Just like in the test part of game profiler software for logitech. When running the car it now wants to try and turn itself and correct itself if I am in a bit of a slide. Never did this before and is now totally undriveable.

    Settings from profiler are as follows

    momo.jpg

    btw turning force feedback off, in game and / or profiler makes no difference.
    any help immensly appreciated as I have been at this for ages and am now lost totally.

    Cheers
     
  2. Warren Dawes

    Warren Dawes

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    I don't have that wheel, but if I was not using FFB, then I would try turning on the Centering Spring and playing around with the strength. Hopefully that should give some resistence.
    I really like the FFB in RBR though, it gives great feel for the road (and bumps etc too unfortunately).
     
  3. John Low

    John Low

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    okay. I have managed to get things back to the way they were before. Had to uninstall all my controller software and then start over, then selected no ffb in the profiler and its the way I've been driving for the last 4 years.

    A question though. If you guys have ffb turned on in the profiler, which seems most do, when the game starts does the wheel just stay to the left if you turn it there ?

    Okay, 2 questions :)

    When driving, does it want to correct itself when in slides etc ?

    cheers
     
  4. Ryan Callan

    Ryan Callan

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    You can turn on auto centering I believe.

    Although I'm a complete steering wheel noob.
     
  5. Knut Omdal Tveito

    Knut Omdal Tveito
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    I think I had this problem with RBR as well. I think I adjusted the FFB strength in-game from 100% to -100% and it working fine.
     
  6. Warren Dawes

    Warren Dawes

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    In RBR, under the Options/Controller screen, there is a setting for FFB Direction. You could try setting that to Reverse instead of Normal, I think I have heard that the older Momo's may have polarity (or something similar) reversed.