- Xbox 360 Wireless Racing Wheel Driver Download Windows
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Download this app from Microsoft Store for Windows 10, Windows 10 Mobile, Windows 10 Team (Surface Hub), Xbox One. See screenshots, read the latest customer reviews, and compare ratings for Wheel Tester. First of all I had bought ASSETO CORSA a couple of weeks ago but unfortunately it did not recognise the peddles of my old MadCatz “multi-wheel” for some reason in the Windows devices the peddles are either on or off there is nothing in-between. Some time ago (maybe Windows XP) the peddles had progression in both brake pressure and acceleration. Maybe there is a fix for that so far I have.
The Xbox 360 Wireless Gaming Receiver adapter for Windows lets you take your quality, wireless gaming experiences that you enjoy on your console and experience them on your Games for Windows platform.
Will work with future Xbox 360 wireless accessories and provides up to a 30-foot range for complete wireless freedom.
Use up to four Wireless Controllers and four Wireless Headsets simultaneously with one Wireless Gaming Receiver.
Easily integrates with PC gaming scenarios and utilizes the same binding technology as Xbox 360.
Provides a great value by eliminating the need for additional accessories for Windows-based gaming at an attractive price point.
Plugs into a PC USB port and has a six foot cable. Future drivers available for Windows VistaTM and Force Feedback for the Wireless Racing Wheel.
1. Download the driver.
2. Plug in your wireless receiver
3. Go to your Control Panel -> Devices and Printers -> Device Manager -> Unknown Device
4.Double Click the Unknown Device and click the Hardware tab , choose Update Driver
5.Select Browser my computer for driver software
6.Select Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer 7.Scroll down and select “Microsoft Common Controller for Windows” Class and click “Next”
8.Select “Xbox 360 Wireless Receiver for Windows” and click on next.
9.Select Yes for any warning message.Done.
**Please contact seller if you have any issue with driver installation or win 10 operating system**
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1 x Wireless Gaming Receiver
Xbox 360 Wireless Racing Wheel
|Type||Steering Wheel controller|
|Generation||Seventh generation era|
|Connectivity||Wireless (2.4 GHz)|
|Power||Standard Xbox 360 Controller battery (2 AA battery)|
The Xbox 360 Wireless Racing Wheel was developed by Microsoft for the Xbox 360 and was introduced at E3 2006. Released in November 2006, the force feedbacksteering wheel controller includes the standard gamepad buttons along with floor-mounted accelerator and brake pedals. Although the wheel is capable of running truly wirelessly from a standard Xbox 360 battery pack (rechargeable or two AA batteries), use of the force feedback and active resistance features requires an external AC adapter.
The original limited edition of the force feedback wheel included a force-feedback capable version of the racing game Project Gotham Racing 3. This was discontinued in November 2007 when the price of the wheel was dropped to $99.
The wheel was developed in conjunction with the video game Forza Motorsport 2.
The following games are 'fully supported' with force feedback for Xbox 360:
Xbox 360 Wireless Racing Wheel Driver Download Windows
- Forza Motorsport 2†
- Forza Motorsport 3†
- Project Gotham Racing 3†
- Project Gotham Racing 4†
- Sega Rally Online Arcade
- Test Drive Unlimited (Hardcore mode is recommended)
- WRC 4: FIA World Rally Championship
† Bundled Xbox 360 race game.
The following games are supported on Windows Vista x64. This does not include force feedback- steering and rumble only:
- Race Driver: Grid - Need to 1.2 version patch
The following original Xbox games are supported. This does not include force feedback- steering and rumble only: Xbox 360 backward compatibility:
Xbox 360 Racing Wheel Games
- 007: Nightfire (cars only)
- Grand Theft Auto III (cars only)
- Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (cars only)
- Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (cars only)
- Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis (cars only)
- NASCAR 06: Total Team Control (during gameplay, glitches mode on can make car's speed into 300 mph)
- Sonic Heroes (bobsled only)
On August 22, 2007 an announcement on the official Xbox website stated that Microsoft will retrofit for free all the Wireless Racing Wheels that were manufactured during 2006 and 2007. This is due to a component in the wheel chassis that in rare cases may overheat and release smoke when the AC/DC power supply is used to power up the wheel.
According to Microsoft the retrofit of the Xbox 360 Wireless Racing Wheel is only required on products with SKU numbers 9Z1-00001, 9Z1-00002, 9Z1-00003, 9Z1-00004, 9Z1-00009, 9Z1-00011, 9Z1-00012, 9Z1-00013, 9Z1-00017, 9Z1-00018 and Wheel part numbers X809211-001, X809211-002, X809211-003, X809211-004, X809211-005.
The SKU number can be found on a label on the bottom side of the retail carton and the Wheel part numbers are found on a label on the bottom side of the dashboard assembly. Any SKU or Wheel not included in this list will not require the retrofit.
End of life
Xbox 360 Wireless Racing Wheel Driver Download Windows 10
The Xbox 360 Wireless Racing Wheel no longer seems to be supplied to stores, and Microsoft has removed mention of it from the official Xbox web site.
Xbox 360 Controller Wireless Download Drivers
The new Microsoft Xbox 360 Wireless Speed Wheel was released on September 26, 2011.
Xbox 360 Wireless Speed Wheel
- ^Yu, James. 'E3 06: Microsoft announces new Xbox 360 accessories'. GameSpot. Retrieved 2006-06-13.
- ^'WRC 4 - Support - WRC FIA World Rally Championship Videogames'. www.wrcthegame.com. Bigben Interactive. Archived from the original on December 10, 2014. Retrieved 9 December 2014.
- ^'Wireless Wheel Retrofit'. Microsoft. Archived from the original on 2008-07-31. Retrieved 2008-08-11.
- ^'Wireless Wheel Retrofit Info'. Microsoft. Archived from the original on June 2, 2009. Retrieved 2009-10-29.
- ^Xbox 360 Wireless Speed Wheel for Xbox 360. GameStop. Retrieved on 2013-08-23.