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Quote from: Birel-Rotax 42 on March 28, 2014, 04:18:09 PM
Did you give your license code to anyone else?
Not at all.
When I open list of servers (button "World") first time, everything is ok. However, if I do it after exiting a race (for any reason), an attempt to press the sane "World" button results in Connection timeout message.

  • The problem is "healed" only after significant time and does not disappear even if I restart KRP SW.
  • The problem is not eventual, it happens every time.
  • The effect is the same if I exit the race via menu of if KRP SW is crushed.
  • Scenario of the typical SW crush is: Steering wheel (Logitech G27) rotates far right and sticks there with max force; the SW does not respond to anything (even to Ctl-Alt-Del). But such crashes do not happen too often

Does anyone has a similar problem? Is it curable?

Support / Re: Logitech g27
March 24, 2014, 09:10:11 PM
James Beer, thank you but these my settings at KRP side does not differ much from yours.  Smooth was selected but deselecting does not help. I wonder how the wheel can be controlled? May be the problem is in its mechanical parts?
Support / Re: Logitech g27
March 22, 2014, 10:33:52 PM
I have exactly the same problem (already posted here but did not get any reply). I feel a large play in middle. As the result I do not feel a kart but an old lorry with half-decomposed junctions in steering bars (I had a chance to drive such a lorry in real world and the simulation is perfect :o) In addition, the feedback is very weak with eventual jerks.

My settings were as shown:

After changing to proposed by you, James Beer, the wheel becomes heavier but the play in midle is the same and there is no feeling similar to real driving.
Racing / Re: First race
March 12, 2014, 08:34:15 PM
Quote from: DRkarter97 on March 09, 2014, 06:52:53 PM
blue flags ... be aware ... not do anything that's unexpected.
Well, I certainly wobble more than others (less experience and strange play in the steering wheel) but this is not unusual. But I got a comment like "you must give way to leaders". OK but how can I predict where leaders will overtake?

Actually a good manual would be quite useful for all parts: the SW, the setups, the races, etc.
Racing / Re: First race
March 09, 2014, 10:33:37 AM
The same with  me. Format of the event is completely unclear. Thanks to others for being tolerant but my actions could be quite irritating for them.

For example: blue flags - I must give way. But what is really expected? I certainly shall move outside of "main stream". But how can I know where is the main stream?

Red cones at rolling start. What are the rules?

And many many more....
Support / How to control G27 wheel?
February 27, 2014, 09:58:30 PM

I try to use Logiteck G27. So far it does not look good. Instead of reasonable feedback force (somehow similar to behaviour of wheel in a real kart or car) I get some weak even torque with eventual hits and jerks. Altering of settings (feedback force, linearity) does not affect the behaviour in a large extent.

The feeling is remotely similar to driving an old lorry with half-broken steering junctions. And, in addition G27 produces some clicks. May be the internal gears are not in good shape? Is there any way to check the devise? May be there is some standard test SW?

Thank you