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  1. milzan4life is offline Just a Skidmark
    Location: Engalnd
    Posts: 2

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    Exclamation Logitech Driving Force Pro PC??

    I saw a video on YouTube that a guy called "EltaxBoy" was using the
    "Logitech Driving Force Pro" on the PC ?

    I swear it says " PlayStation 2 " on here:

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...S%252BI%252BSS

    I read somewhere on the internet that becuase it uses the USB connector..
    You can use it on the PC

    Is that true ??? if so does it work well ????

    Please I REALLY NEED to know because I want to use it for TDU and well!

    Thanks


  2. hesonly5 is offline Hungry Hungry Hippos! :D
     
    Location: UK
    Posts: 2,983

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    The DFP will work on PC, yes.

  3. DangerRanger92 is offline <3 Mercedes Benz
    Location: Atlanta, GA
    Posts: 79

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    I had a PS2 DFP that I got in 2001, and used it on my PC up until last year when I got rid of it. Worked fine. No problems.
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  4. [TC]>Lee< is offline <3's TDU
    Location: Newcastle, UK
    Posts: 110

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    Ive got a DFP, had mine for just over a year now a little hammerd but still going on nicley
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  5. Beerkan is offline Just a Skidmark
    Location: Blighty
    Posts: 1

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    Driving Force Pro works better on PC than on PS2, as the drivers are more mature, and offer a much greater range of controller settings etc.

    Get the logitech driver for PC

    http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/441/273&cl=gb,en


 

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