12-12-2011 12:50 PM
If your F710 gamepad has lost its connection with the receiver you can reconnect it using the connection utility which can be downloaded from here. If you are still having problems connecting your gamepad to its receiver please try your gamepad on a different computer if available. If your are still having problems connecting your gamepad to its receiver please contact Customer Care in your region for further assistance and a possible warranty replacement.
I hope this helps you out.
12-12-2011 01:44 PM - edited 12-12-2011 01:53 PM
i tried all suggestions in the other topic, now i'm waiting 14th dec for a new replacement pad from amazon.. i will post news however logitech must think seriously to put out a driver or a firmware because the disconnection problem seem to be general
thanks for the response
12-18-2011 05:37 AM
i found this review in amazon:
I purchased this unit because of Logitech's reputation of creating great hardware and standing behind their products. Boy was I sorely mistaken. This controller has a problem that causes it to switch modes randomly during game play. The effect is that the controller starts spewing commands to the game causing the game to go haywire.
What makes this even worse, is that I contacted Logitech support and it appears that they are aware of this defect because they immediately said that they would replace the unit. However, it would be 2 - 3 weeks before they would have any of these units in stock.
If you are in the market for a PC based game controller, I would recommend that you look else where.
it's possible that controller switch between xinput and dinput during game and for this it loose connection?logitechwe need a response and a solution please
01-01-2012 07:28 AM
Follow the steps in this thread.
Issue isn't with the controller, it's the driver in Windows.