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    I especially bought Thrustmaster Ferrari GT experience wheel and pedals to play this game. The box says it is one of the compatible peripherals. The wheel and all the buttons work fine, but the pedals don't. It looks as though the brake is on with rear wheels spinning and no movement.
    Am I missing something about configuration. I can't see that I can select which type of gaming wheel I have - and if I go into settings and select wheel, I can only configure 'Accelerate' and 'brake' to another button - it doesn't seem to recognise the pedals.
    Can I switch one of the 'input' files in the game directory or something??
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    I don't have a wheel but I've seen somewhere that in some wheels you have to uncheck "Pedals reported as combined" or something like that. Try to uncheck it and tell me if it works.
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    Thanks - a good suggestion but I tried that and it made no difference. I can choose to define the wheel as separate or combined and although slightly different behaviour, it still doesn;t work as it should.
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    Originally posted by jonbrewerton:
    Thanks - a good suggestion but I tried that and it made no difference. I can choose to define the wheel as separate or combined and although slightly different behaviour, it still doesn;t work as it should.
    wow i was going to buy this wheel this week is this the one your talking about http://www.igames.biz/playstat...0ferrari%20wheel.jpg as i own the Logitech Driving Force EX this does not work also wow nothing works for this game
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    i dont hav a wheel but i am also experiencing sum probloems with my thrustmaster ferrari f1 game pad sum buttons dont respond to da game
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    Thanks for the responses. Could someone report whether there is something I am missing about wheel configuration.
    How does the game know which wheel I have?
    Can I configure it to recognise a particular wheel and pedals???
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    Originally posted by jonbrewerton:
    How does the game know which wheel I have?
    Every steering wheel has its own ID number. For example, Ferrari GT 2-in-1 Force Feedback has 0xb654 ID number, Ferrari GT 3-in-1 has 0xb655 ID number. I guess, you have the first one.

    Originally posted by jonbrewerton:
    Can I configure it to recognise a particular wheel and pedals???
    You should look at INPUT folder.
    C:\...\driver san francisco\Input\0x044f\

    which contains settings for different Thrustmaster steering wheels. I guess, you should check ControlSet3.txt file in 0xb654 folder. There you should find something like this

    <pre class="ip-ubbcode-code-pre">#------------------------------------
    # Vehicle
    #------------------------------------

    ACTION Vehicle_Accelerate
    AXIS
    NULL
    +STICK_DI_Y
    END

    ACTION Vehicle_Accelerate_Alt
    BUTTON
    NULL
    END

    ACTION Vehicle_Reverse
    AXIS
    NULL
    -STICK_DI_Y
    END

    ACTION Vehicle_Reverse_Alt
    BUTTON
    NULL
    END
    </pre>

    May be there is some kind of error in your version of the file.

    P.S: I have Logitech Momo steering wheel, that's why I can't help you further.
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    Thanks for that.
    Interestingly, although I have the 3 in 1 wheel, my ID number is 658 !!
    There isn't an 0x658 folder in the Input folder

    I tried copying the contents of 0x659 in to an 0x658 folder I created but no difference.

    I'll try copying the contents of 0x655 and let you know how I get on.

    Thanks
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    I'm afraid that did not work.
    COpied contents of 0x655 to 0x658 and the problem is the same. It just seems that the game does not recognise the pedals.
    I tried teh pedals in 'Shift 2' and they work perfectly.
    Has anyone managed to get this wheel to work in Driver SF??
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    By changing files in turn, it seems as though Driver is using the 0x655 file. There just does't seem to be any way to get the pedals to be recognised though.
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