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DJKiske

Not getting any force feedback on TDU2 on a Logitech DFGT

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I feel like there must be a simple answer to this problem I am having. I am on Windows 10, using a Logitech Driving Force GT and I am not getting any force feedback on the wheel at all. I get vibrations but no force feedback. It makes the game harder than it needs to be. I am wondering if there is an Ini file I need to modify or an option I didn't tick

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10 hours ago, DJKiske said:

I feel like there must be a simple answer to this problem I am having. I am on Windows 10, using a Logitech Driving Force GT and I am not getting any force feedback on the wheel at all. I get vibrations but no force feedback. It makes the game harder than it needs to be. I am wondering if there is an Ini file I need to modify or an option I didn't tick

The DFGT is a standard supported device, so it should have a reasonable amount of FFB.
You may need to check the following points.
(1) Does "DevicePC.cpr" use the original file?
(2) Does setting "Force Feedback - Medium" in the in-game settings change the situation?

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On 6/20/2020 at 1:20 AM, binbow said:

The DFGT is a standard supported device, so it should have a reasonable amount of FFB.
You may need to check the following points.
(1) Does "DevicePC.cpr" use the original file?
(2) Does setting "Force Feedback - Medium" in the in-game settings change the situation?

It is using the standard DevicePC file, and even when I set it to max I don't get any force feedback or return to center its just as loose as if I didn't have it on

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14 minutes ago, DJKiske said:

It is using the standard DevicePC file, and even when I set it to max I don't get any force feedback or return to center its just as loose as if I didn't have it on

Do you have the DFGT driver software installed? In the "Profiler" of the driver software, you should have been able to set the strength of the FFB and so on.

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10 minutes ago, binbow said:

Do you have the DFGT driver software installed? In the "Profiler" of the driver software, you should have been able to set the strength of the FFB and so on.

Ok I managed to fix it, I had the effects turned down in the profiler software and now its working. Thanks for reminding me

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