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  #1 (permalink) Old 07-29-2013
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I had no luck with my last thread about the Driving Force Pro, but hopefully something can be done about this wheel. It's a Logitech MOMO Racing Black wheel. When I plug it in, and it starts to calibrate, it turns to the right until it locks, then back to center, and only the left light stays on. I try to turn the wheel manually, but it doesn't want to turn and I don't want to chance tearing something up. I go into the Logitech Profiler > Device > Game Controllers > Properties, and I can then turn the wheel freely and see that the computer is recognizing the wheel, the pedals are working fine, and the wheel is turning fine at this point. As soon as I exit Properties in the profiler...it goes back to not wanting to turn. Would anyone have any solutions for this?

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Do you have it set to 900 Degree rotation? That may be your problem. Both lights turn on when the wheel can go 360+ or 270+ I think. Anything like 90 will turn on only 1 green light.
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I'm actually not sure what degree of rotation it may be set at. I don't see anything in the Logitech Profiler that will allow me to adjust the rotation. This is my first time setting this wheel up, so I'm a little confused as how everything works.
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I know a RED momo will be stiff to turn and only have the left light on until you start the game(nr2003) at which point both lights will come on.
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The MOMO has a fixed rotation can't be adjusted.
Make sure you have the latest Logitech firmware version. I would clear the older profiler with a uninstaller that cleans the registery.
Get the Lastest profiler from Logitech 5.10...somthing and fresh install it to the Pc and then try .

If it still does the same thing find a different Pc plug it in and see if it does the same thing. Jerry is right on the wheel will have firmness intil you load the game and if you have the force feed back turned way way up you can almost move whatever its latched down to.
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Thanks guys, I've almost got it to where it needs to be. I'm still having a problem though. It still has to do with the firmness of the wheel, I can still turn the wheel freely in the Logitech Profiler and can sometimes turn it freely in the Race Weekend screen (right after I've selected the track) but as soon as I go to practice, the wheel get's firm again and when I turn it, I can hear what sounds like a belt moving inside. I've turned force feedback down, and completely off, and this is still happening, would anyone know how to fix this? Thanks for all your help.
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Did you go into options at the top of the profiler, select Global Device Settings
There you can adjust Centering spring strength. or uncheck it.

The overall FFback options you can turn them down there also or adjust to your
perfered strengths once you figure out what you want.

In the Global Profiler settings, the box above that one you can select apply Persistant profile and make sure nr2003 shows in the block,
That is important for using teamspeak while in the game and buttons assigned to talk.

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I just can't seem to figure out what the problem is. I tried adjusting the center spring strength and turning it off, but the wheel is still doing the same thing. The wheel can move freely when I'm loading the track, but as soon as it goes to the car, the wheel gets firm and it just acts like it doesn't want to move easily, for example if I feel the car going into a spin, I can't really counter-steer it to correct it, the wheel is just too firm, and doesn't want to turn. I also notice that sometimes when I'm trying to turn, the wheel is firm up until a certain degree of rotation, then it gets free for a split second, almost like it's popping out of place if that makes sense, and then it goes back to being firm. Then when I turn back in the opposite direction, it does the same thing. I don't know if this is just a bad wheel, or if there's something I'm doing wrong. I really hope to get this figured out.
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Ok lets see what you really have, go to your logitech profiler and export your settings save it to your desktop and mail it to me. I will go over it and see whats going on.
This will show all the settings you have and there values. I will pvt message you with my addy Steve
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Thanks, I just sent the settings.
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