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Xbox 360 Controller for Windows

Discussion in 'TDU1 - PC' started by cbsius, Aug 20, 2007.

  1. cbsius Rookie

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    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

    CarboyZR1 Asian

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    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.turboduck.net/showthread.php?t=166&highlight=Sensitivity
     
    #2 CarboyZR1, Sep 4, 2007
    Last edited by Diablo: Feb 18, 2018

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