08-18-2009 07:20 PM
Just bought the Logitech Attack 3 Joystick for my mac. The installation went as expected, but at the end it told me to go to "System Preferences" and click on the icon to update the joystick after the computer restarts. I do this but when I click on the icon it says "No Device Found". I checked in the system profiler on the hard drive and it recognizes the device plugged into the usb port. I restarted a few times and still no luck. Any ideas of what to do what be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
09-09-2011 11:59 AM
I see no one's helped you yet....
I bought an Attack 3 joystick because it's supposed to be Mac compatible; however, there are NO drivers and NO manual. Searching on the internet brings up hundreds of questions from people everywhere with the same problem, and no response from Logitech.
This is the last time I buy something from Logitech.
02-27-2012 07:50 PM
Hello, I do not know if anybody else is still looking at this page for help regarding Mac compatability, but I just want to tell the internet that I found a very neat application that allows the use of the Attack 3 joystick. It is called GamePad Companion. It runs at $7.99 for the current version and can be found for free with the older version. You can configure each button/axis to do a certain task, such as move the mouse, LR click, press a certain key, and so on. This application also allows you to use up to 6 joysticks at once, if you need more joystick button functionaliy. I hope that this information helps someone!