In the few months I’ve had my SC2 I’ve experienced several occassions when it’s been dangerous.
What I experience is that, when the green lights come on in the sim, the wheel takes an immediate, and full power turn. It’s not a reult of being hit, or wheel spinning etc, it’s like the wheel is immediately trying to get back to a previous/cached position with every effort it can - and it’s way more powerful than I generally have my wheel set.
I haven’t managed to identify the source of the problem, however I suspect it could be due to the use of the emergency stop. Perhaps the wheel remembers where the wheel was positioned before the emergency stop was hit and tries, at it’s next power up, to immediately put the wheel back to that position. Does that make sense?
Is there a way to get the wheel to clear any caches and not try to occassionally harm me when it engaged in a sim? Thanks!
What sim? I’ve experienced this in rfactor 2 when for example if you spin and hit pause then move the wheel and unpause, it will jump to it’s last position before you paused if that makes sense. Same will happen if your wheel is off centre when you return to pits and click drive without centring your wheel
Interesting I don’t have that in AMS2. I haven’t played rf2 in a while but my only solution was to engage the torque off button when pausing and unpausing the game. What firmware are you on? I’m using 2021.7
So it happened again, just now - seemed to be associated with an Oculus Link disconnect tonight. The wheel moved very rapidly 90 degrees to the right, even though I just brought the car to a halt on track - the wheel onscreen in AMS2 did not move.
Are there logs I can provide that would help troubleshoot this issue?