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    support for Logitech Driving Force Wireless for Windows10 and SteamLink+VirtualHere

    Some years ago I bought the "Logitech Driving Force Wireless" wheel.
    I enjoyed the time with PS3 and Grand Tourismo with it. Now I try to use it with Project Cars and Windows 10.
    The problem is that the force feed back is not working as expected. I have selected "Logitech Driving Force with disconnected pedals".
    1. Connected to the PC the force is too high an it does not indicate any feedback from the race.
    2. Connected by SteamLink and VirtualHere client there is no force at all and no feedback.
    Is it possible to support this device in the game? It seems that the commands to control the force feedback are not compatible to other wheels so far.

    Best Regards,
    Matthias

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    On PC, set the FFB to classic in the FFB settings in Project CARS..

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    As far as I know the Steam Link doesn't work with any force feedback wheels or devices and is unlikely to ever work.
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    Setting the FFB to classic didn't change something at the PC with my wheel. There is still no feedback. I guess no one has ever tried the game with that wheel at the PC, because it's a PS3 dedicated device edition.

    For the steam link topic: there are youtube videos that show steam link and other PC FFB wheels working. This is done by the Virtual Here server of steam link and Virtual Here client at the PC side. Virtual Here can tunnel all USB devices through the network. Without using Virtual Here the Steam Link has only the X-Box controller emulation without FFB.
    Last edited by dev2000de; 02-08-2016 at 19:15.

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    Solutions?

    Hey, did you ever find any solutions to your problem?

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