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Author Topic: Car Pulls Hard to the Left on San Francisco Rush: The Rock (G27 Wheel)  (Read 738 times)

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Hey all, I've got SF Rush: The Rock up and running as perfect as it can get except that the car pulls to the left pretty hard and I have to turn the wheel (Logitech G27) to the right to compensate. I don't think it has anything to do with the Logitech Profile software settings because I have 1 setting I use for Mame, and the wheel works perfect for the original SF Rush and Race Drivin'.  Any ideas why the wheel is so off center just for this game?

Edit: Ok, I found figured it out. I just deleted the sfrushrk folder along with all of it's contents (which is located in the NVRAM folder of the mame directory). Apparently you shouldn't mess with the steering wheel when the rom first boots up and does it calibration phase.
« Last Edit: April 25, 2018, 07:33:47 am by cougar1122 »