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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Generally the game options must be set to use the wheel instead of the standard controller. In Gran Turismo 4, for instance, there is an options screen where you can configure the steering wheel.
Posted on Feb 24, 2008
1)Optimize the browser by clicking on Tools>Options and delete temporary files in Internet Explorer
2)Check any antivirus installed and uninstall it.
3)Check the service pack and if found service pack 3 uninstall it from add/remove programmes under control panel
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
its not problem with your gamepad. Its the problem with game both games. It has a bug problem. It cant install gamepad. dont try it again & again as it may damage the game pad internal configuration. pls rate for me .
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
The error you are getting is a "directX" problem. I don't know which operating system you are using, but I know it is a version of Windows.
I doubt this is the reason if the games stops after it has been playing, but make sure there isn't a message at the top of your game screen that says Windows is blocking directX for security reasons. If it is, click the place were it says that and allow the use of direct X.
If you want to run tests, Click Start, Run, and then type dxdiag into the text box. It will open the directX tool. That has a way to test most things that affect games.
You can also skip all of that and just click here: Microsoft and update your directx stuff. I am assuming that you are not using Windows 7 but if you are, use the automatic updater, because there is probably another issue. Older games sometimes don't like to work on new systems.
Before you run the directx installation, you should make a restore point in case anything goes wrong. Go to start, programs, accessories, system tools, and then system restore. When you open that, just select "set a restore point." That is the best way to avoid hard to fix problems that come up if something weird happens (like the lights going out in the middle of installation.)
The download almost always fixes this sort of problem. If it doesn't use the directx trouble shooter. Thank you for your question. Good luck.
Posted on Jan 07, 2010
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