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  • KB : 4686
  • Language : EN
  • Date : 2018-10-19
  • Category : HOW TO
  • Tag : FIRMWARE , UPDATE
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      1. Install the drivers. “DRIVERS FORCE FEEDBACK + Firmware”: https://support.thrustmaster.com/en/product/t-gt-en/ During this procedure:
  • DO NOT CONNECT the racing wheel to your PC before being prompted to do so.
  • The racing wheel must be connected directly to the computer’s USB port. We suggest that you do not use a USB hub for this procedure.
  • DO NOT CLICK in any pop-up windows that may appear during the update.
2. Restart your computer. 3a. In Windows 7 In the “Start > All Programs > Thrustmaster > FFB Racing wheel > Control Panel” menu, make sure that your racing wheel appears with the name “Thrustmaster T-GT Racing Wheel”. 3b. In Windows 8 / 8.1 / 10 In the Start menu’s Search section, type Control Panel to bring up the control panel for game controllers. This can also be accessed via Apps > Thrustmaster. Your racing wheel appears with the name “Thrustmaster T-GT Racing Wheel”. 4. Your racing wheel’s firmware version appears in the upper right-hand part of the Control Panel’s tabs, Firmware: 5.00 (Base) – R32 (Rim) being the most recent version available. 5. If the firmware version is less than 5.00 (Base) – R32 (Rim): a. In Windows 7 In the “Start > All Programs > Thrustmaster > FFB Racing wheel” menu, click “Firmware Update”. b. In Windows 8 / 8.1 / 10 In the Start menu’s Search section, type Firmware Update to bring up the firmware updater software for your racing wheel. This can also be accessed via Apps > Thrustmaster. 6. The Thrustmaster T-GT racing wheel is listed in the “Device” section. The firmware version currently found on your device is displayed. The “Firmware” section displays information regarding the firmware version that will be applied to the device. 7. When you are ready to continue, click OK. IMPORTANT: DO NOT DISCONNECT your racing wheel from the computer’s USB port and DO NOT UNPLUG the racing wheel’s power supply during the firmware update process! The firmware update process then takes place (the progress is shown onscreen). During the firmware update process, the MODE LED on the racing wheel is OFF: this is perfectly normal. The updater program will let you know whether the process has successfully completed. If the firmware update has been successful, the racing wheel will be calibrated automatically, and the MODE LED will return to its original state: 8. Click OK to return to the updater program’s main window, and click to exit the program. If the firmware update process fails or displays an error message, please contact Thrustmaster’s technical support team, who will guide you through the necessary steps to be taken. 9. Once the firmware update is complete, make sure that the racing wheel functions properly in the Control Panel. Congratulations: you are now ready to play!