I have no FFB in RBR...

Hi, i hawe no force feed back in RBR i hawe downloaded the latest patch but nothing...

anny help would be great!

(i know the FFB is working in other racing games, so the wheel is NOT broken)

i am using a OLD logitech wingman formula force!
 

Warren Dawes

10000RPM
Premium
Which version of Windows are you using? I did a search and found this, don't know if it helps:

http://www.bhmotorsports.com/board/viewtopic.php?t=41773

I assume you have activated FFB under the Controller options and tested it in the Controller Options? Do you have no FFB or is it just very light?

If you have only light FFB, you can follow this thread and it's link to see how to improve it:

http://www.racedepartment.com/richard-burns-rally/30807-no-ffb-rbr-my-g25.html

If you still can't get it working, I have an old Wingman FF somewhere, I could pull it out to make sure it works with RBR, but I'm pretty sure it does.
 
I am running windows xp, and i hawe absulutly no FFB in the game.....

and if i press the FFB test, in the game (your wheel sould now turn right blablablabla...) nothing hapends!?
 

Knut Omdal Tveito

3000RPM
Premium
Are you using RBR or the RSRBR mod? I didnt have FFB in the original game but when I installed the RSRBR mod it worked. I'm using the G25 wheel
 
Are you using RBR or the RSRBR mod? I didnt have FFB in the original game but when I installed the RSRBR mod it worked. I'm using the G25 wheel
i had RSRBR 2010 but it didnt gave me FFB ether, so i uninstalld everything and just installed the "original" game to c if it maybe was an addon or something that was cusing it.... but no, FFB dont work with RSRBR....:frown:
 
i think i made EVERYTHING but still wont work in that great rally sim, maybe time to buy a new wheel, the wingman is really old anyway.........
 
Was watching an insidesimracing episode, and they mentioned the no FFB issue. Here's a fix that worked for them, maybe it helps:

VISTA FFB RBR FIX
If you have no force feedback in Richard Burns Rally RBR using Vista. Try this fix.. It worked for me

1. Go to registry editor (Start button and then click the "run" button; in the small window type: "regedit" (without quotes), press enter; the registry editor appears)

2. Use the 'directory tree' on the left side and go to this directory:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER>System>CurrentControlSet>Control>MediaProperties>PrivateProperties>Joystick>OEM

3. Under this directory delete all the entries that start with "VID_" (without quotes).

4. Reconnect the USB device (MOMO Wheel) to another USB port (just to be safe); Vista should recognize the wheel ...

5. That's it. Go play RBR!
http://insidesimracing.tv/forums/viewtopic.php?p=11240#p11240
 
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