08-24-2008 06:58 PM
08-29-2008 11:16 PM - edited 08-29-2008 11:19 PM
1. It's USB, just plug it in and windows sees it.
2. It comes with a Driver CD AND directions...
Mr. "I know how to work with USB devices" here probably got it home and plugged it in without running the disc first, if that's the case the reason it's not working isn't a faulty controller but a faulty user. I work in tech support and see people make this mistake ALL the time. I tell them the same thing I'm gonna tell you....LEARN TO READ!
Forgot to mention, I just got one of these last week, got it home, ran CD FIRST and plugged it in...worked perfectly!
Message Edited by Elmseeker on 08-29-2008 11:19 PM
11-11-2008 03:46 PM
If you want a controller that will work buy a Saitek. I am on my third logitech, none of them have worked. Every saitek I have bought has worked. If they were sold in the stores instead of logitech I would not have this junk. Logitech has KNOWINGLY sold products that don't work (the original rumblepad). After I bought it I checked online and there were a ton of posts about them not working. I went back to best buy months later and they were still selling them. I only pray that logitech will die in this financial meltdown
in fact, Logitech should scrap their whole product line of junk, buy and relabel Saitek stuff and sell it as their own.