I'm having an issue with my G25. When i first plug it in, it does its usual spin all the way to calibrate itself. Then ill go on lfs(also does this with other games such as Dirt 3,Grid2) and its still dead center. Ill use it for a bit, and after maybe 10-30 minutes suddenly the centre of the wheel is no longer the centre of whatever im playing. Usually the wheel is about 45 degrees clockwise for me to drive straight.
Yesterday it was so bad that at one point, i could only turn my wheel about 60 degrees clockwise before it stopped turning, yet would still do a few revolutions counter clockwise.
If i unplug the steering wheel, plug it back in, let it calibrate itself and then select centre under axis in LFS then it works fine again, ends up doing it again after the same sort of time period.
Not sure what to try to fix this? Could it be my G25 profile settings? As i have no clue what they're supposed to be set to so sort of just left them alone.
Scary as hell, it all happens so quickly though. But its exactly how you can imagine it would feel, your strapped to a seat, as you roll you get slammed to each side of the car as the car rolls onto each side. Along with a sort of rollercoaster sort of effect to your stomache. You really tense up aswell, as most people do when they crash, my entire body was rock solid, just gripped onto the steering wheel as hard as i could and tried my best to not get chucked around the car too much.
To be fair it is actually quite fun putting aside the absolute trouser shitting that was done at the time.
It's how my PC was wired previously, but after moving house my computer is now the other side of the room, rather then directly next to it.
Got it in one, for my Z5500, seems like it's going to be a bit of a mission to find. Looking on the back of the control pod i just realised theres a free coax port on it, might be easier to use that. But then im not sure if it will transmit 6 channels.
Does anybody know where i can buy a long triple aux lead cable? The kind you'd use to connect a sound card to a surround sound setup. Its literately 3 3.5mm connections on each end of the wire. Trying to find a long one (around 5 metres) but having no luck finding any of any size on ebay :/
This is what my boss has, there's a button which you can mount on your desk anywhere, press the button and it will switch to the second PC allowing you to use only one mouse and keyboard between two PC's.
I have the same sort of thing but an older KVM switch, i switch between PC's by press 'Scroll Lock' twice and then the up arrow.
Invest in a switch, trust me, if your planning on keeping the two PC's it makes life A LOT easier.
Have you tried having someone randomly changing gear while you have the bonnet open? That way you can look at the gearbox and see if its even changing gears. If it's not changing gears then it must be the gear selector?
Haha, thanks, i guess thats the bonus of getting the same car, you can always use parts on the new one