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  1. cbsius is offline Just a Skidmark
    Location: Denmark
    Posts: 5

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    Default Xbox 360 Controller for Windows

    Hi,
    Been using a 360 controller for windows for a few weeks now, and havent ever been able to get the right configuration, untill today. Well, sort of.
    The thing is, i have been using the XBCD driver, and checked the "Enable Wheel" box in-game, and sort of got comfortable with that, but just an hour ago, i tried unchecking that box, and the steering got soooo much easier for me :P
    The difference is, when the "Enable Wheel" box isnt checked, the wheel behaves differently - the only problem i have now, is that there is too much of a deadzone... My question is, is there any way to lower/completely get rid of that deadzone, while Not having checked the "Ebable Wheel" box?

    Would really save my year if anyone knows how


  2. CarboyZR1 is offline Asian
    Location: USA! USA! USA!
    Posts: 1,902

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    Quote Originally Posted by cbsius »
    Hi,
    Been using a 360 controller for windows for a few weeks now, and havent ever been able to get the right configuration, untill today. Well, sort of.
    The thing is, i have been using the XBCD driver, and checked the "Enable Wheel" box in-game, and sort of got comfortable with that, but just an hour ago, i tried unchecking that box, and the steering got soooo much easier for me :P
    The difference is, when the "Enable Wheel" box isnt checked, the wheel behaves differently - the only problem i have now, is that there is too much of a deadzone... My question is, is there any way to lower/completely get rid of that deadzone, while Not having checked the "Ebable Wheel" box?

    Would really save my year if anyone knows how
    Are you talking about the Gas deadzone, if yes. The Xbox 360 game also has the deadzone as well. It's how Atari made it. http://forum.tdu-central.com/showthr...ht=Sensitivity


 

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