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28 downloadsCreated using the ROR Input Mapping Tool (https://forum.rigsofrods.org/downloads.php?do=file&id=156) Feel free to customize, add, or remove some of the controls to fit your playstyle! Pedals: - Left Pedal = Brake - Right Pedal = Accelerate Racing Wheel Essential: - Racing Wheel Itself = Front Wheel Steering - Left Trigger (on back of wheel) = Shift Down -Right Trigger (on back of wheel) = Shift Up Sequential Shift: - Hold up (-) = Left Rear Steer - Hold down (+) = Right Rear Steer Racing Wheel Cont: - Triangle = Reset Truck - Square = Toggle HUD On/Off - X = Change Camera - Circle = Toggle Truck Engine On/Off - Horn = Truck Ignition - L3 = Save Truck Position - R3 = Load Truck Position
(Apologies if this is in the wrong section.) I use a Logitech F310 controller with RoR, running Windows 10. Lately the controller is sometimes not detected by Windows and I get a "USB device not recognized" pop-up in the taskbar, and it shows up as an unknown device in Device Manager. Usually restarting fixes this, but this can be an annoying solution. I did some research and found out that people are having this same issues with other Logitech controllers as well, so I decided to try to permanently fix this. The fix seems to be going to Device Manager and manually installing a Xbox 360 driver for the controller (Logitech doesn't make a driver because it should be PnP). Somewhere along this process I right-clicked on it in Device Manager and clicked "Uninstall", thinking when I plugged the controller in it would reappear in the list... It never did and I cannot get my computer to detect it again. I have even scanned for hardware changes but it still won't detect it. Does anyone have any ideas as to how I can force Windows to recognize it again so I can install the Xbox driver?