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Thrustmaster Windows 10 Drivers for older wheels

Discussion in 'F1 2015 - The Game' started by Jonathan Rowland, Oct 16, 2015.

  1. Jonathan Rowland

    Jonathan Rowland

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    Just a heads up as I've only just discovered myself, Thrustmaster have released (must've been fairly recently) drivers for some of the older wheels to make them compatible with windows 10 and 8/8.1

    I have a Thrustmaster F430 FFB and until i installed these drivers F1 2015 has been unplayable for me, mainly due to the brake pedal sensitivity being way too much and locking up all the time.

    Now i have installed the new drivers though i can actually play :) the linearity needs putting to 100 still in game, but after that i can actually drive without locking up immediately .

    So just thought I'd do a quick post to let anyone who hasn't got them or didn't know. I only found them by chance really as when i upgraded to Win 10 i had a look and there wasn't an update. But have just upgraded some hardware and done a clean install and just happened to go to the thrustmaster website to get the drivers and saw the new ones :)

    EDIT: I assume they will have updated some of the other older wheels too
     
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  2. Graham Laing

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    I am assuming these are the drivers here

    :)
     
  3. Jonathan Rowland

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    Yes they are, I didn't post a link as I wasn't sure on the forum rules for that
     
  4. Graham Laing

    Graham Laing
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    No problem, we wouldn't have known about the drivers without your initial post :)