08-12-2009 07:40 PM
09-28-2009 10:41 AM
I apologize for my delay in responding. I've been slammed and completely forgot about this thread.
It sounds like the wheel might need to be reconnected. After powering everything on, press the button on the receiver, then press one of the face buttons on the right side of the wheel, and it should connect.
09-28-2009 05:23 PM
I have tried to power on in the following order. Wii power on, Plug in power for the Wheel, Plug in USB. Press button on USB. Press button on face of the wheel. The result is: green light still flashes on the USB and wheel does not appear to connect. There is a green light on the top of the wheel that is steady on. I have also tried reversing the order of powering the USB and then the wheel but it has the same result. I wonder if I need to exchange the wheel?
Thanks for your response,
10-26-2009 09:55 AM
Are you using it wiht Need for Speed undercover? As far as I know that is the only game the wheel works with as it needs support built into the game.
It was a nice idea, but so far doesn't look like the game developers have supported it.
10-26-2009 10:09 AM
I ended up getting Dirt 2 (I had heard that it works with the Speed Force Wheel) and it does work with the game but the light still blinks. Anyway, the NFS Undercover I have is one of the first ones ever released. I was thinking that perhaps they did not include the Speed Force Wheel driver in the game. On a whim, I was able to get another NFS undercover from eBay really cheap and this game seems to work with it too. It would be nice if Logitech would update their compatible games list.
01-05-2010 07:34 AM
I just purchased both the Logitech Speed Force wheel and the NSF undercover. The wheel is not being recognized by the wii at all. I have the same problem as everyone else. The green light on the usb flashes and I have the green light on the wheel. I've powered the Wii down changed outlets. I've held down the 1 button and the button on the usb. I tried every button on the front, even the home key. If there's buttons must be pressed shouldn't instructions be included? I've even pressed the sync button on the WII nothing is working. What should I do?