01-26-2011 03:51 AM
I received this F710 gamepad for Christmas. I used it on my laptop with windows 7 ultimate and I had no problem. I used it on my desktop with Vista and no problems at all again. Last week I installed Windows 7 Enterprise on my desktop and I have driver problems. Windows can't find any driver for my gamepad. I tried everything and I couldn't manage to make it work. A couple of times windows recognized my gamepad as Rumble Pad 2, installed it, worked for 5 minutes and after that, the same problem.
09-11-2011 11:38 PM
Logitech F710 wireless gamepad de bağlantı sorunu yaşıyorsanız alttaki driverı yüklemelisiniz
Xbox 360 Wireless Controller for Windows
11-09-2011 03:57 AM
It was somewhere on forum already. I can not remember where.
Just to remind you:
1) Install Microsoft driver in some location for example: "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Xbox 360 Accessories"
link to the driver: http://www.microsoft.com/hardware/en-us/d/xbox-360
2) go to device manager and try to find a Rumblepad2 or F710 pad with yellow exclamation mark.
3) Click on the name of the pad and then select UPDATE THE DRIVER but have to select browse the folder to do it manually.
4) Go to the folder were we have installed our Microsoft Driver for example "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Xbox 360 Accessories" and you should see there a file "Xusb21.inf"
Inside the folder you can see 2 similar files but one will be sth like NON WIRELESS and WIRELESS so we will need to select "NON-WIRELESS" and not wireless.
5) Click on OK and done.
02-27-2013 08:58 PM
For all that are running windows 7 x64 I may have found a solution
1. unplug the game pad from the computer
2. shut down the computer
3. start the computer
4. wait for windows to finish loading
5. plug in the controller
6. re-install the driver
it seemed to work......for now
02-28-2013 11:23 AM
OK So here are the specs for my computer
Board: ASUS F2A85-M
Processor: A6 5400K/AMD A75 chipset
RAM: 2 X 4Gb Corsair sticks
OS: Win 7 x64
USB: 4 X 3.0/2.0 ports as well as 10USB X 2.0/1.1 (Had to open the case and swithch the USB connections on the board to use each of the USBs)
I had been using the game pad on a Windows 7 x86 system and it worked great with either the D or X enabled. no issues so it's not the game pad.
I have been able to use other gamepads but wired from logitech with no issue on my x64 system.
the error I do recieve is
Logitech Profiler was unable to detect any game controllers. Please ensure the device is connected. If your controller requires a power supply, please verify it is plugged in and the LED on the controller is lit.
Once the connections are verified, click Retry. Clicking Cancel will close the Profiler.
Brand new batteries..... check
Brand new system........check
Been using the controller for DDO online had no issue with it on the x86 system(32bit windows 7)
Not going back to the 32bit because I won't beable to have full use of my 8Gb of ram. For some reason win7 32 only recognizes up to 3.5Gb...<-----(LATER DISSCUSSION)
I had been able to get this controller to work only by switching to a new USB port being either 3.0-1.1
After exhausting all the USB ports nothing works to get the controller to work.
Now I'm throwing my whole body into a wall and not able to figure this out...PLEASE(on my knees begging) Help!!
Please press 1 for crazy people
Please press 2 for crap that don't work
Please press 3 for self destructing products
Please press 4 for more options
or stay on the line so we can we for you to kill your self......