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  1. View File Logitech G27 Racing Wheel Fix From Project Paradise, here's a working download link to the Logitech G27 Racing Wheel Fix. What it does, it fix the Force Feedback for the Logitech G27 Racing Wheel. A must have if you play with this wheel ! Instructions: - Open RAR file and extract the "dinput8" file into C :\Programs Files (x86)\Atari\Test Drive Unlimited For full experience, I would recommend to launch paradise_laucher.exe or TestDriveUnlimited.exe with the Logitech controller app. All credits goes to the original creator of the mod: Speeder Submitter Speeder Submitted 05/12/2019 Category Tools  
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    From Project Paradise, here's a working download link to the Logitech G27 Racing Wheel Fix. What it does, it fix the Force Feedback for the Logitech G27 Racing Wheel. A must have if you play with this wheel ! Instructions: - Open RAR file and extract the "dinput8" file into C :\Programs Files (x86)\Atari\Test Drive Unlimited For full experience, I would recommend to launch paradise_laucher.exe or TestDriveUnlimited.exe with the Logitech controller app. All credits goes to the original creator of the mod: Speeder
  3. Hello guys :hiya: yesterday I picked up TDU 2. After installing, updating and activating the game, I launched it and got the error Message: "Invalid Product Key! Swithing to Offline Mode.". :eek: Does anyone know hot to fix this? :confused: What i tried already: -try different accounts from tdu2.com -reinstall the game -contact atari support (didn't recieve an answer yet) thanks in advance! :)
  4. Is there a way to get TDU to recognize my Fanatec Clubsport pedals?? Perhaps an addon for the game?
  5. !An update patch over many core system files has patched to address variates of bugs !The database error we have been getting before is fixed now, it was caused by attacks (We have been targeted few times before, Though I won't reveal the sources of attacks, Now that they're blocked, hopefully they won't come back) +Shake it, if you're bored, try this small script http://eudemon.org/shake_it.html it has been added to our menu -> more -> Shake it !Overall color schema have been improved for better view-ability -Contact fields have been removed (AIM, MSN etc) since we're not likely to update more contact method !Fixed couple permission issues (including member title {shown right under your id name}, you can now edit it via your setting, under edit your about me page)
  6. Hi guys, you won't know but shortly after the November 2012 Live update my Xbox started saying "nope.avi" to some games and other discs such as DVD's and such that were put in it. After phoning Microsoft about it they basically said it needs a repair and to give us money. Now the console is a launch brick Pro version (sounds like some Chav series) and it was repaired for RROD back in 2007 so I figured I got nothing to lose so why not see if I can fix it myself and if not then I can look into other options such as buying a replacement off ebay. So off I went searching Google and of course Youtube and after trying many variations of the 'tapping' fix, I started checking out actual getting into the inners of the system and tracked down 3 videos that were really helpful and should help you too if you want to try and do a DIY job on your console. Note this may or may not work for you but for me, where my disc drive was not reading certain discs (the drive itself was opening and closing just to be clear) this has so far seemed to remedy the situation. How long it will last, if it will last I'll be sure to let you know by updating this thread but for now it's a damn sight better than it was. The 3 videos to watch are listed in the description of the video above. Good luck!
  7. If we break NFS games down into a few categories... * The Old (NFS, NFS II (SE), NFS III Hot Pursuit, NFS IV High Stakes, NFS Porsche Unleashed, NFS Hot Pursuit 2) * The Fast & Furious (NFS UG, NFS UG2, NFS MW, NFS Carbon, NFS World Online) * The Forgettable (NFS ProStreet, NFS Undercover) * The Simcade (NFS Shift, S2U) * The New (NFS HP 2010, The Run, MW 2012) ... often it's the old games that have the most popularity overall and are full of fond memories. So then, what made these games great? What makes the new games bad? Don't reply with a big rant (or even small paragraphs), because we're making an itemized list here, similar to when we told Atari what we wanted in TDU2 (and that turned out well :rolleyes:). Keep your list points concise so that I can copy them below. If you don't agree with someone, just ignore their post. If you like an idea, just click the like button. Try to cover as many areas of the games as possible. Later on we'll feature this on the homepage in an article and Diablo can send a link to the NFS Twitter account. WHAT WE LIKE IN NFS GAMES * Diverse (& European) locations, great driving roads (not condensed into a tiny map though) (NFS The Run was quite good in this case). * Great engine sounds * Great graphics * Knockout/Tournament mode across multiple tracks, instead of elimination after each lap or xx seconds. WHAT WE DISLIKE IN NFS GAMES * Overuse of maps that feel like they're based in America * Open world maps are small and shorten the game's lifespan to just a month or two. * Open world maps only have few roads going to few locations so you can't choose different ways to get to a location. * Lack of dashboard camera view. Those who have a steering wheel and H shifter want the full immersive experience. * A requirement to modify cars to progress/be competitive online * "Tap Brake to Drift" * Exclusive car manufacturer licenses (gives NFS bad image) * No online freeroam (not session-based)
  8. Hello tdu fans! Small mods for brakes. . Video: Smoother brakes: Wheels lock: WORKS ONLY WITH HARDCORE MODE (rest asist later) V0.9: Downlaod Link
  9. Hi, I have a problem. How can i fix that. [ATTACH]17628[/ATTACH] I will use the BMW on my gtr but i habe this problem...:( Greetz Nordy
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