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« on: September 26, 2019, 07:36:58 PM »
My game comes up as non available content, Red Bull Ring GP.
Are You sure this is standard content?
OK, It's the red pack which I don't have, I'll purchase whatever we need for a season but not just a fun night.
« on: July 18, 2019, 11:07:50 PM »
Very nice to get a win here, all helped by the fact that I picked a fast car this week, and one that handles well too.
Pole position was unexpected, I think I got a good slide into the final turn which gained me some time.
Hit the wall on lap 18 which nearly let Jarmel get 1st off me.
I'm not out in front very often so usually a bit worried I'll bugger it up which happens occasionally. best not
to look at the laps remaining too much.
Race 2 near the end Mael and I had a bump or so and both of us were trying to redress each other letting some
others behind go past, sorry about that I should have sped up a bit earlier. didn't matter in the end really as dodgy track
timings meant we were given a DNF.
« on: February 14, 2019, 07:16:38 PM »
I've got the same problem. It's not the track, just deleted and reinstalled that.
It couldn't have anything to do with us removing the cars with the solid not transparent visor or whatever You call it.
They were removed from the server, not the install i'm assuming.
« on: December 06, 2018, 10:51:33 PM »
Hope You all had some good racing. I managed to unbrick my motherboard by doing what MSI says not to do.
I pulled the USB stick out mid flash which normally would brick it further, if that's possible. Then did
the flash again which worked.
« on: December 06, 2018, 08:21:36 PM »
Sorry Guys but a Bios update has turned my motherboard into a brick with pretty coloured lights.
Worst case scenario I'll have to RMA the board, but old motherboard/cpu combo for next week
if that's the case.
« on: November 15, 2018, 10:37:49 PM »
A night of opposite halves for me. I'm mostly blaming myself for what happened in race 1 as I kept my foot in it where I should have backed off
to get back on the track safely. As it was the car ended up jumping off a grass mound which somehow damaged the car causing the front left to
fall under the track, eventually the whole car went so had to shut down acs.exe in task manager.
Race 2 a rare Win for me. Phil was definitely faster with a 1.38 but somehow a combination of mistakes from both meant the positions stayed the same.
I watched the replay a bit afterwards, I was running different gearing than most which gave me higher speeds on the pit straight, 164k's, but probably
slower elsewhere. Sorry for thinking You were holding back Phil, but one gets strange ideas in the head whilst watching the rear view mirror.
« on: July 26, 2018, 07:45:38 PM »
A bit late here but can I have a Ferrari 512 thanks
After last weeks BSOD problems it seems my G25 is innocent, but I have dismanted it and cleaned out the motors.
I gave up trying to pull the back off thr motors, too difficult, and just sprayed some contact cleaner in there.
My cpu I think was undervolting and causing the blue screens.
See what happens. If I disappear that's what it wil be again.
Well, it appears my BSOD issues have nothing to do with my new computer, but my G25. That's typical, I mention something about still using an old G25 andHope that hasn't caused any problems with the new pc. Does the port still work?
yeah, it all still works fine. I did scare the crap out of me a bit especially as it's a new cpu/ram/mobo/nvme ssd.
I'll have a look at the wheel this weekend. I'd like to keep it going somehow as I occasionally do a bit of retrogaming on old pc's and the
G25 will work on everything from Win98 up to Win10.
Well, it appears my BSOD issues have nothing to do with my new computer, but my G25. That's typical, I mention something about still using an old G25 and
then I get a BSOD followed by noticing a burning smell.
I suspect that it was pulling too much current through the USB 3.1 connector and that resulted in the BSOD.
Interestingly I hadn't noticed it playing up, just the smell. I'll pull it apart and see if it's something nice like the brushes needing replacing, if not
then I'll get a new wheel.