You may want to make a debug log to see if the button presses that "fail" are getting to RR at all. Regarding hibernation, this likely depends if you're putting them on a USB hub or something like that. I know for a fact that I had to plug my car2pc adapter directly on a USB port so it would work with hibernation -- but this was a hardware/driver limitation is seemed to me at the time.
Thanks Guino for the response, I'll create a log file when I get home to the car later today.
Originally Posted by guino
Guys can you pls help me...
Well am able to use my NEW adapter with Skoda car steering wheel ( but only 2 switches )
for -- previous and next song...
Can some 1 pls help me with using the other switches...
I mean how do i map those switches.. i have 3 more switches on the steering wheel and need to use 1 of them as a PAUSE function...
All that i have done is copied the ExecTbl.ini from the post number 4...
Thanks well in advance
Go there and get the grom console..
I believe you can press the buttons and see what buttons are what. Then you can assign commands through them via the Exectbl.ini
Support on the adapter sucks! Ive emailed and asked questions many times and I never get a response. If I had another option with steering controls, I would have gone elsewhere.
Different cars offer different commands.. what you can do it enable debug log then press the buttons.. you should see the commands received by RR logged in the debug file, then you can define their actions in EXECTbl just like NEXT/PREV -- be sure to copy any " " (Spaces) in the commands received or it may not work.
Originally Posted by vicky_obee
Should these commands work? I'm just starting using my Car2PC adapter with RR (was using CF previously) on Win7.
However, the main thing I really want is Car2PC display something on my HU display, like the track progress. I had this working with the plugin for CF, but it stopped working after resuming from hibernation sometimes...does this work at all in RR right now? I have the latest build of RR from last week.
Originally Posted by MatrixPC