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Pcars
01-12-2015, 18:39
Evening all,

Will someone please assist with properly calibrating the G29 so it matches on screen movements.

Many thanks

Pcars
02-12-2015, 07:37
Anyone please?

I am also having trouble connecting the wheel to my laptop with windows 7, there is one x in the boxes that fails to install.

2pfspiff
02-12-2015, 14:35
Anyone please?

I am also having trouble connecting the wheel to my laptop with windows 7, there is one x in the boxes that fails to install.

Try removing and reinstalling the Logitech software. Make sure it s the most up to date program from Logitech then ref lash the latest firmware. If this doesn't work then you may have a defective wheel. I heard there has been issues with the wiring go to the wheel for the buttons. It seems to be breaking apart

I found this on the Logitech forum. See if it helps. (http://https://forums.logitech.com/t5/Logitech-G-Controllers/G29-Issues-with-PS4/td-p/1435559)

Pcars
02-12-2015, 14:43
Try removing and reinstalling the Logitech software. Make sure it s the most up to date program from Logitech then ref lash the latest firmware. If this doesn't work then you may have a defective wheel. I heard there has been issues with the wiring go to the wheel for the buttons. It seems to be breaking apart

I found this on the Logitech forum. See if it helps. (http://https://forums.logitech.com/t5/Logitech-G-Controllers/G29-Issues-with-PS4/td-p/1435559)

thanks for that Pal, It works ok on the PS4 no problems at all. I have seen a post on the Logitech support website that win & needs a security update to get the driver to install.

LOW_NZ
05-12-2015, 21:04
Hey guys,
Just came across this thread and thought I would just say.. Using the actual onscreen calibration instructions is rubbish and leads to the feeling of turning a bus not a car.
To get the best (IMO) start the calibration and turn the wheel all the way to the left or right.
Press X
Then instead of bringing the wheel back 90 like they say, let it roll around until the counter says 900, hold it there and press X

Gives better feel and all the animations will match up as the wheel is actually a 900 native wheel.

bemilh
25-12-2015, 22:34
Hello!
I've had a problem with getting the wheel movement matched with the game.
Are you saying that the way to solve that problem is just to turn the wheel to 900 when I'm calibrating it in the Project Cars menu? OMG thats so easy

clemte
31-01-2018, 15:17
hello;
someone else happens to you that sometimes the simulated steering wheel rotates much faster than the real one? or that sometimes calibrates to 900 degrees and others only leaves half?
The only solution I have seen is to leave the dead zone at 1, but it is not precise in straight
Thank you