|01 Jun 2014||#1|
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Logitech Extreme 3D PRO joystick not recognised in Win7.
My issue is that Windows will not correctly install or detect this joystick, and also the Logitech gaming software 5.10 will not recognise the joystick is plugged in (USB).
To ensure this is not a PC problem I have tried it on my laptop - on which the Logitech software detects it
just fine. But not on this desktop.
I have a hunch this is a USB problem, but need help.
I am using Windows 7 - which is fully updated.
Attached is an image of device manager, where the joystick is recognised under HUMAN INTERFACE DEVICES, however when I look under Devices and Printers - the device has a yellow warning triangle next to it.
Any help would really be appreciated.
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