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Thread: G27 Wheel Calibration issue

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    G27 Wheel Calibration issue

    I have the Logitech profiler (5.10) setup globally for 900° and I am able to get past the initial calibration setting at full clockwise. When the second part starts with the wheel fully clockwise it registers as 180° instead of the actual 450° that it is. When I center the wheel it goes back to 0 but when I start moving it clockwise or counterclockwise it starts counting down from 17142° and is at about 830° at the actual physical 90° position.

    I have completely uninstalled all drivers and Logitech software and reinstalled with the same problem persisting. I have also played with the windows calibration software and the wheel seems to track properly in that no matter what the degrees of rotation is set to.

    Is there any solution for this?

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    When calibrating, go full lock left then full lock right before returning to center and moving to the next step.
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    I tried that, no luck. Nothing seems to change the jump from 0° to 17142° on the second step.

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    I do it differently to Mahjik, and have been recommending it the following way.

    Have your wheel centered.
    begin calibration wizard.
    Turn wheel all the way anti clockwise
    Click next
    Turn the wheel all the way back so you end up 90 degrees from center. (A G27 will read 899 or 901 depending which you choose)
    Click save.
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    No go, same problem persists. I'm gonna wipe and reinstall the game to see if that fixes it.

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    Can you make a video when calibrating? I don't understand your problem fully.
    When you turn the wheel 90° it has to show something around 900° ingame.
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    Why are you calibrating anyway?

    You dont need to calibrate if you use default steering range in Logitech Profiler and the Wheel Preset (which you still can postedit)

    Its perfect like it is (at least for me) - i just increase ingame the FFB to 100% to get the full range of effect. Imo more strength is unrealistic
    Last edited by Jan Studenski; 08-05-2015 at 08:40.
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    No video, but here are some pics:

    At Zero:
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    Slightly Clockwise from Zero reading:
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    Slightly Counter-Clockwise from Zero reading:
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    90 Degrees Clockwise:
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    90 Degrees Counter-Clockwise:
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    Full rotation Counter-Clockwise:
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    Full rotation Clockwise:
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    I have a G27, I haven't come across this particular issue however in the profiler options there is a check box marked 'Allow Game to change Settings'.

    Uncheck that box otherwise the profiler will set the range and during game calibration the game will try to re-write that setting. Oh and always, always run through a full left to right lock and up and down on each pedal BEFORE launching pCARS but with the profiler running.
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    Do as Marting suggest and also try to shut down profiler before running pCARS. Logitech software caused me more issues than solutions
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