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Dino_Martino
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Driving force E-UC2 force feedback drivers

HI all! I've got a logitech driving force steering wheel / pedal combo. M/N is E-UC2. I can't find it on the support and drivers page, I guess it's too old. It all works fine, except for the force feedback. I've tested the motor and the electronics, they all work. The problem must be software related. So my question is: what drivers do I best use for this device, since I can't find appropriate ones for this model? At the moment, I use EX Driving Force EX M/N: E-UL13 drivers, since it's the closest to my model I could find. It all works, except the FF. Any idea's? Thank you, all help is greatly appreciated.
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Re: Driving force E-UC2 force feedback drivers

Hello Dino_Martino,

 

The Driving force E-UC2 was officially designed for the Playstation 2 so I don't think there is any software download for a computer. This might also explain why the force feedback doesn't work when you use it with a computer. Many cases that force feedback doesn't work on Logitech wheels were because of a faulty AC adapter. It might be worth a shot to check if the AC adapter is working properly or not.

 

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Dino_Martino
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Re: Driving force E-UC2 force feedback drivers

I see!
Adapter is tested and it gives a steady 22V. Is that ok, or is it too low?

The box says PC as well, I reckoned there would be drivers available.

Is there anything I can try to get the FF working? Perhaps some sort of hack / utility? I'm not affraid of doing some low level stuff as soldering.

 

Thank you.

 

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Re: Driving force E-UC2 force feedback drivers

Hello Dino_Martino

 

The adapter output of the Driving Force should be 24V .75A as indicated on this article. Check if you have another AC adapter that has the same specifications and test it out with your wheel. Using a different AC adapter might enable the force feedback.

 

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Dino_Martino
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Re: Driving force E-UC2 force feedback drivers

I'll try to find one. I'll keep you updated.

Thanks!

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Re: Driving force E-UC2 force feedback drivers

Hello Dino_Martino,

 

If you need further assistance, just feel free to post back. Thanks. :smileyhappy:

 

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Dino_Martino
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Re: Driving force E-UC2 force feedback drivers

I'm having trouble finding 24V adaptors :smileyhappy:

The only one I have had an AC output. I converted it to DC with some home soldering, but that induced a voltage drop to 22V.

I'll try to find another one to troubleshoot.

 

But does anyone know for sure this wheel has / hasn't got FF capability on PC, assuming the adaptor works?

 

 

Thanks alot guys!

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Deivs
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Re: Driving force E-UC2 force feedback drivers

Hi. I have logitech driving force m/n E-UC2, and use 12V 500mA adapter. Steering Wheel work good with my pc and feedback is strong enough. But I do not use it on native windows usb drivers only, but installed software from logitech called Logitech profiler (lgs510_x64.exe), it will update drivers for feedback. Make sure u have  (win 7) 64 bit os. After installation I make callibration and....Wheel works like a charm. Only think what u need know, if u are pc spec, don't try make driver verifier by windows os, because I tested it and get blue screen from logitech drivers for wheel. Maybe because its not for pc maded. With playing games no problems at all. If u have 32 bit os, please install lgs510.exe.

Sorry for my english, i hope u understand main.

Cheers

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Dino_Martino
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Re: Driving force E-UC2 force feedback drivers

I download and installed the programme.

FF still doesn't work. You said something about updating drivers. I can't find that. How did you do that?

Thank you.

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Deivs
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Re: Driving force E-UC2 force feedback drivers

hi. u must calibrate your steering wheel after installation. then u can test feedback by pressing any buttons on the wheel. Drivers autoupdate after u install software, don't care about that. if calibration don't enable feedback, maybe u have faulty wheel...

good luck