Firmware update loop

Every time I go to connect one of my wheels (CSL Elite WCR and McLaren GT3 V2) to my CSL DD the firmware updater opens unprompted. There's no new firmware that gets flashed and it constantly opens up after an "update". The wheel base has doesn't try to update, only the steering wheels and it's starting to get annoying because there's no info anywhere about this.

I've had both the DD and my steering wheels for about 8 months now and it just started doing this 3 days ago.

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  • Here's the log. It looks like it's trying to reconnect to the server before closing


    [START TRACE]

    UPDATER_LOG: COM4

    UPDATER_LOG: FANATEC COM port found!

    UPDATER_LOG: BcaTag 0x77 0x77 0x72 0x63 (w w r c)

    UPDATER_LOG: CSLE Steering Wheel WRC Update Mode

    UPDATER_LOG: Connected to device successfully!

    UPDATER_LOG: Collecting device information......

    UPDATER_LOG: Device information is updated!

    UPDATER_LOG: Start update progress......

    UPDATER_LOG: Start update progress......

    UPDATER_LOG: Updating firmware......

    UPDATER_LOG: Updating firmware......

    UPDATER_LOG:  

    UPDATER_LOG:  

    UPDATER_LOG: IMPORTANT: Please do not power down or disconnect the wheel base during the update process!

    UPDATER_LOG: IMPORTANT: Please do not power down or disconnect the wheel base during the update process!

    UPDATER_LOG:  

    UPDATER_LOG:  

    UPDATER_LOG: Update firmware successful!

    UPDATER_LOG: Update firmware successful!

    UPDATER_LOG: Reset device successful!

    UPDATER_LOG: Reset device successful!

    UPDATER_LOG: Update process has been completed.



    UPDATER_LOG: Update process has been completed.



    UPDATER_LOG: Firmware updater can now be closed.

    UPDATER_LOG: Disconnected from device!



    UPDATER_LOG: Closing firmware updater now...

    UPDATER_LOG: Firmware updater can now be closed.

    UPDATER_LOG: Cannot find a COM port!

    UPDATER_LOG: Cannot find a COM port!


    [END TRACE]

  • It's not the problem I was having but I'll give it a look.

  • This seems to have fixed it. I'm not sure how the shaft could've backed out, but I'll make sure to keep an eye on it from now on.

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