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My HV-5 not working with Cabelas Off Road Adventure 3. I go into windows XP control panel and do a the calibration stuff and everything looks good with the HV-5 wheel but in Cabelas Off Road Adventure 3 control options screen the HV-5 is not there. I ask adive from Activision games and they suggested update the driver, so i did that and also i got the newest DirectX from microsoft. any ideas on getting my wheel to work, its a good looking peice of equipment and i would really love to use it on this game. thank you

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Re: My HV-5 not working with Cabelas Off Road Adventure...

GO to OPTIONS>CONTROL SETTINGS AND DEFINE THE KEYS BUT INSTEAD INTRODUCING THE CONTROLS FROM KEYBOARD, MAP THE FROM THE WHEEL. To be more specific: for steer left if you have the key left assigned <- , redefine it and instead move the wheel to the left. Do this for every command of the vehicle which was previously assigned to a key and replace it with a control/command from the wheel.

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This product was produced for systems with 16-bit and 32-bit versions of Windows. Since Microsoft requires digital signatures on x64 drivers, there would be significant costs to writing new drivers and getting them approved and signed. I'm not sure Game Elements is still in business.

I wish that I had better news for you.

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