|By chanderu on Friday, November 1, 2002 - 09:35 am:|
I have the exact same problem - only mine is with the brake. Have tried reinstalling everything and the likes. No luck. I've even gone after logitech to find the wiring for the pedals as my steering wheel had the internal connector on backwrds to start too. [Left=right and right = left etc.] They say it's all proprietary. All I want to check is what wires are supposed to go with what connector in the base. - 6 wires [4 colours]. Maybe this is a problem with the gas sometimes too. - I have a FFGP too - not the same wiring - damn. Any help out there?
|By nanda on Wednesday, October 23, 2002 - 01:17 pm:|
You could also check out DXTweak2....
Do the raw and DirectX values exhibit the same behavior you mentioned below?
|By Tom (Tom) on Monday, October 21, 2002 - 07:07 pm:|
Apart from a hardware failure, what comes to my mind is a loose connector (the one that connects the wheel to the pedals). Check for bent pins on it as well, and make sure it's securely fastened.
If all fails, I'd suggest you drop Rob a mail.
|By Anonymous on Monday, October 21, 2002 - 01:35 pm:|
Sadly, it turns out that this does NOT solve the problem; it has reoccured several times now. The first time since the above post, I tunred off the computer and disconnected the USB connector and the power, then reconnected and all was well. This time, however, it's back to where nothing helps. This is incredibly annoying and frustrating on an expensive piece of equipment.
|By Anonymous on Friday, October 18, 2002 - 12:39 pm:|
I figured out my problem -- at least i figured out how to fix my problem, and have an idea of what might have caused it.
I shut off my computer and then restarted while holding down the gas pedal all through the bootup. After that it worked fine. What made me think of it was reading posts about how the Momo auto-configures. Naturally, this is happening during bootup, assuming the wheel is always plugged in (mine is). I think that one of the times I was booting up, I picked up my wheel from its shelf under the desk, grabbing it by the wheel just as it was auto-configuring the gas pedal.
That may or may not be what caused the problem in the first place, but holding the gas pedal down during bootup was definitely what fixed it.
|By rj on Friday, October 18, 2002 - 09:09 am:|
Hello there, that is a very interesting problem you are having with your MOMO wheel. Do you have access to another machine? If you do I would suggest trying it on that other system to see if the problem is with the device or the software. Also could you e-mail your system info to me so I could take a closer look at this. Thanks
|By Anonymous on Thursday, October 17, 2002 - 08:32 pm:|
I've had my Momo for a couple months. I once before (about 2-3 weeks ago)had a problem with the gas pedal suddenly not working. I fixed that by removing the wheel's software, shutting down the computer, unplugging everything, then reconnecting and reinstalling everything. Well, it just did it again and this time my previous fix hasn't worked. I also noticed this time that the gas is being controlled by the steering wheel -- turning right accellerates as well as making a right turn. (This is not too convenient.) The brake pedal continues to work just fine, just as it did the last time this happened.
I've unplugged, reconnected, reinstalled Logitech software, reinstalled DirectX, reinstalled the Via 4-in-1 drivers. I'm at a loss. Any ideas?