06-18-2010 10:54 AM
i had to reinstall my Win 7 Pro x64 due to a SSD failure and when i came to install the Logitech drivers i recognized that there are only x32 drivers available for download.
I have Z Cinema Speakers and a diNovo Edge and i'm sure i had the x64 drivers installed which i have downloaded from here.
What happened? Did Logitech drop x64 support?
06-18-2010 02:15 PM
Yeah i just also reformatted to Windows 7 Pro x64 and went to download my drivers (G35, G15, G9x) as you did and non had x64 options
They where there when i last formatted a few months ago. So did Logitech drop x64 support?
06-19-2010 01:11 AM
My SSD corrupted my data too and had to do a fresh install tonight for my g35, g19 and g13.
There IS something wrong with the logitech website and is not displaying the 64 bit option in the drop down.
But you can work around it
In the Joystick folder it has G35 and joy stick drivers( for my G35 it was called g35_100152_x64.exe)
In the mouse folder it has the Set Point Drivers (for my G 9X it was called setpoint610_x64.exe)
IN the Keyboards folder it has the G11, G19, G15 application (for my G13, G15 and G19 it was called lgps304b_x64.exe)
The versions with (j) on them are japanese, and those versions I listed above are the most up to date as on this post.