12-10-2010 04:07 AM
Hey Dudes and Logitech employees.
First of all, sorry for my bad english, i'm german and not so good in english!
Now to my problem:
I connected my Gamepad to my Notebook with Windows 7 32-Bit and the Gamepad worked perfect. But then i installed Windows 7 64-Bit and now i can't install a driver...
The Gaming Software is installed, but this changed nothing.
And the Windows Driver Installation Thing says this:
I don't know what to do now
Is there no driver for the 64-Bit Version?
Please help me dudes!
12-15-2010 10:22 AM - edited 12-15-2010 10:24 AM
Maybe have a look at this thread for an answer
maybe manually downloading the xbox pad driver from microsoft as mentioned in tha tthread then, try connecting your gamepad?
Also Have you downloaded the most recent drivers for the pad from
wireless connect utility
Make sure you select "64 bit multilingual"
(see you also replied in that thread and did not help, sorry)
02-17-2011 02:40 PM
I spent some time troubleshooting this, reading this thread a couple of times without any luck, but now I finally found my solution, so I am here to share it with you guys.
1. Get Xbox 360 Accessories Software 1.2 64-bit for Windows 7
2. Install it
3. Find your controller in Device Manager (Either registered as F710 or perhaps Rumblepad2 <but with a yellow triangle>)
4. Update driver --> Browse computer for drivers
4.1 Choose the location "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Xbox 360 Accessories" (there should be a file called "Xusb21.inf").
Note: It may give you some options between xbox360 controller and WIRELESS xbox360 controller. Be sure to CHOOSE NON-WIRELESS xbox360 controller for windows
5. Should be done and working.. You can uninstall the xbox360 accesories if you want.
Hope this solution helps others.
06-12-2011 12:21 AM
If you have followed Mads Larsen's XBox 360 driver's solution (Link: http://forums.logitech.com/t5/PC-Gaming/Wireless-G
This is my F710's device ID:
If yours is the same, you may download my hacked "xusb21.inf" right here:
Unzip and overwrite the original "xusb21.inf" file in "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Xbox 360 Accessories".
And then repeat Mad Larsen's solution again.
If your device ID differs from mine, you can replace my device IDs in that hacked INF file with yours.
07-16-2011 05:28 AM
thankss man its actaully working!
i dont understand that this solution didnt come from logitech employees, why is that ?
logitech was my fav brand but it started to change..
08-03-2011 03:20 PM
Link to Windows 7 x32 or x64 software for F710