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Logitech G920 Wheel calibration

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Hi

I'm having problems with the Logitec wheel calibration in F1 2020.. every time I go on track (time trial and career mode) the wheel veers 15-25 degrees to the left while it's actually centered.

I tried the following to resolve the issue

1) disconnecting and reconnecting the wheel (while in the game) 

2) restarting the game

3) restarting Logitec G hub software

Here are details of my game and system 

  • Windows 10 64 (steam)
  • F1 2020 V 1.03
  • Logitec G Hub v 2020.4
  • DirectX Version: DirectX 12 (for details see attached)
  • GPU: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER (for details please see attached)

Please note that while getting details to write I went to Direct X Diagnostic Tool (DX Diag)  and found that the Logitec wheel has THREE (3) entries of some reason (please see attached). So restarted the computer and got another diagnostic and it was the same.. so I'm not sure if this the issue

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Posted (edited)
On 7/15/2020 at 11:52 PM, lord666 said:

Hi

I'm having problems with the Logitec wheel calibration in F1 2020.. every time I go on track (time trial and career mode) the wheel veers 15-25 degrees to the left while it's actually centered.

I tried the following to resolve the issue

1) disconnecting and reconnecting the wheel (while in the game) 

2) restarting the game

3) restarting Logitec G hub software

Here are details of my game and system 

  • Windows 10 64 (steam)
  • F1 2020 V 1.03
  • Logitec G Hub v 2020.4
  • DirectX Version: DirectX 12 (for details see attached)
  • GPU: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER (for details please see attached)

Please note that while getting details to write I went to Direct X Diagnostic Tool (DX Diag)  and found that the Logitec wheel has THREE (3) entries of some reason (please see attached). So restarted the computer and got another diagnostic and it was the same.. so I'm not sure if this the issue

Direct X.PNG

Nvedia.PNG

DX Diag.PNG

Three entries is normal if you have the Driving Force shifter attached, AIUI.

Try removing the in-game schemas if you've created custom ones. Exit the game, verify Steam files. Detach the wheel.

Use Geek uninstaller to remove the GHub. Reboot.

Reinstall the GHub, connecting the wheel when prompted. Restart, check for correct operation in GHub.

Delete the hardware_settings_config.xml, launch the game. Test the default G920 schema, customise and save as necessary.

 

Edited by steviejay69
Edited for G920 not G29

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Posted (edited)
47 minutes ago, steviejay69 said:

confirm PS4 position on the mode selector.

how do you do that?.. This is G920 which Xbox based and im PC so why PS4?

Edited by lord666

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7 minutes ago, lord666 said:

how do you do that?.. This is G920 which Xbox based and im PC so why PS4?

You don't. Ignore that bit, there are more G29s out there....

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58 minutes ago, steviejay69 said:

Delete the hardware_settings_config.xml

one last thing.. would appreciate if you can let me the location for hardware_settings_config.xml

in any case Really thanx .. ill give ur solution a try 

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2 hours ago, steviejay69 said:

Three entries is normal if you have the Driving Force shifter attached, AIUI.

Try removing the in-game schemas if you've created custom ones. Exit the game, verify Steam files. Detach the wheel.

Use Geek uninstaller to remove the GHub. Reboot.

Reinstall the GHub, connecting the wheel when prompted. Restart, check for correct operation in GHub.

Delete the hardware_settings_config.xml, launch the game. Test the default G920 schema, customise and save as necessary.

thank you .. it worked 

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Posted (edited)

Hi

having the same issues with my G29 on PC.

My solution is:
Going into G-Hub, moving the Rotation Slider (set on 360° in my case) a bit back and forth. I recognice a small movement of the wheel when I do that.

Going back to F1 2020. Enter the calibration settings and turn the wheel to max position on either side. That does it for me.

I just wonder, why I always have to run G Hub in the background (also happened in 2018 and 2019) and why such a common wheel is so hard to run flawless in a game...

Edited by heideldrum
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