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    Logitech momo FF racing wheel - calibration problem - brake pedal gives no results

    Hi to Everyone,
    i've got some problems with the last version of project cars/steam.

    My Logitech momo force feedback wheels and pedals works fine in windows + other steam games as Dirt rally or F1 2014 but in Project car, there is a problem in the calbration procedure.

    The calibration for the wheel itself works fine ( full range + 90)
    The calbration for the pedals not but only for the brake pedal
    - thrust pedal (OK)
    - brake pedal ( nothng happens) stay at initial level

    It worked before (june 2015) but i had to change my motherboard + cpu so i rebuilded from scratch a new PS from OS to softawares like steam and reinstalled all my games.

    I need some help if a solution exists or a method to catch the error in a dump that i can send to the Bandai support

    Best regards

    Galayir

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    Did you plug it in a USB3 port. Sometimes, USB2 devices dont like USB3 ports.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poirqc View Post
    Did you plug it in a USB3 port. Sometimes, USB2 devices dont like USB3 ports.
    Should be backwards compatible but, who knows.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stones View Post
    Should be backwards compatible but, who knows.
    I've had that with mouse and keyboards, pretty basic stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stones View Post
    Should be backwards compatible but, who knows.
    Unfortunately, (older) Logitech products have issues with USB 3.0 ports. I'm not sure if this still still the case with the G29, but the older ones it's advised to use USB 2.0 ports.
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    Also make sure you're using the separate pedals preset.... or make sure the Logitech driver isn't set to report combined pedals.
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    I am looking for a solution to this exact problem.
    It is not the use of a USB 3 port or a problem with the
    Logitech Momo. Or a problem with Windows 10.

    Its a Problem with Project cars 2.

    I also have Dirt Rally 2 installed on the same system
    and Project Cars and other Racing games.

    The Momo works flawlessly with all of them.

    When Calibrating Pedals for the Momo in Project cars 2
    the Brake pedal is not detected. Everything else on the Momo
    is.

    Is this not the official support forum for Project cars 2?

    EDIT:

    I fixed this problem for anyone else looking here:
    Symptoms:

    You see that you have the Momo selected as you control device
    It works except when you try to brake the brake pedal doesn't work.

    You go into calibration and you discover that while the Accelerator
    works nothing registers when you depress the brake pedal.

    In the section for assigning axis and button you click on brake
    and when you are asked to select an axis and you press on the brake pedal
    nothing happens. You hit escape to exit selection.

    In this menu when I push on the brake pedal it acted like a button and jumped
    to the next category with each press proving that the brake pedal was actually being
    detected by the game.

    To actually get the brake pedal to bind to the brake axis I had to enter the game play
    and then access option from within game play and bind the pedal from there which worked.

    Strange that it didn't work outside of game play.

    Now the Momo works properly.

    It had nothing to do with USB 3 or windows 10 just a bug in Project Cars 2
    Last edited by Avidean; 25-12-2019 at 05:26.

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