11-06-2010 08:53 PM
Brand new machine with fresh install of Windows 7 64 bit and F710 is coming up as no driver installed. Downloaded software, reinstalled and same problem. Downloaded reconnect util and while this finds the gamepad, still no driver installed.
11-10-2010 06:07 PM - edited 11-10-2010 07:11 PM
I'm having the same issue.
My game pad was working fine when I first purchased it. I reinstalled Windows (Win7 Ultimate x64) and now, while it's detected (even can see the make and model info), Windows complains there is no driver. There is no driver to download anywhere.
Before reinstall and before I purchased this gamepad, I was using a different brand gamepad. I plugged this one in and it worked from the start without extra software.
As a measure of troubleshooting, I removed the batteries from the game pad and just reseated the receiver. It returns to the no driver warning without doing anything with the game pad. I've tried using a different USB port. It simply attempts a reinstall and continues to fail. The failure happens without any interaction with the game pad.
I'm going to try some other things but I was really hoping to be playing games rather than troubleshooting something that should just work after a long day of working in IT
The game pad works fine. I connected it to my netbook running Ubuntu and was able to verify everything works. The problem is only with my fresh install of Windows 7 Ultimate x64. I even loaded up a fresh set of batteries just to be sure. It appears the driver might have become corrupted or something.
11-12-2010 05:27 PM
spent about an hour with technical support no success. conclusion, vista problem.
since the 64bit was a fresh install, reformatted and installed the 32bit of vista. tested the F710 on a 32bit vista installation, system recognizes and installed successfully. somehow either the 64bit driver is corrupted or the gamepad does not suport 64bit.
the logitech requirements are not specific on which system it supports. only xp, vista and win 7 thats it, no details about 64bit or 32bit system.
64bit vista only connects to the gamepad if the switch is set to the D and u using the F710Connection utility to create the connection. defeats the purpose of the gamepad. **bleep**
11-20-2010 01:57 PM
Had the same problem after a clean install of Windows 7 x64. It would connect fine in Direct Input mode, but not in Xinput mode. I resolved my issue by going to my device manager right clicking on the f710 device with the exclamation mark on it and manually updating the driver to "XBOX 360 Controller For Windows." This is a Microsoft driver that's already part of the Windows OS, no need to download it, merely select it from the list.
12-16-2010 05:26 PM
I had the same problem and used the work-around provided by jabroni619.
To find the XBOX driver in the windows selection dialog I had to list all drivers and then select "Microsoft" as I didn't find it in the list of Microsoft HID drivers so I'm not sure what category it falls under.
12-18-2010 04:25 PM
ok, had the same problem
brand new gamepad(f710) works fine on windows 7 64bit, cannot connect on windows XP 32bit.
1)the problem has nothing to do with 64bit
2)the problem has nothing to do with the vista
please someone from the company look into this