|23 Mar 2013||#1|
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USB Logitech F310 not functioning at all
New here so don't bash me for posting in the wrong category
Now to my problem, I have a Logitech F310 controller running on the laptop in my sys specs. It has been going great since i got it about 6 weeks ago. Now the other day I was using the device going all smooth until it started disconnecting/reconnecting intermittently.. This as you may have guessed really started getting me angry lol.
The i got the dreaded "your usb device has exceeded the power limits" balloon. I have done some research to no avail. Now the controller does not work at all no lights no refresh of device manager. I presume it has died but thought I'd post here to clarify. Any fixes for this?
Cheers in Advance
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|23 Mar 2013||#2|
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Hello and welcome BDFM now I ma just an old fashioned person who has never used one of these things and I am assuming from what you say it is powered via the USB and that all software drivers are right.
Now sounds a Bit too simple but the port you are using do other devices work ok from it?
If so then as it looks to be an older model machine looking at the specs maybe the machine does not have the capacity to run this device properly . I take it there is no adaptor with this controller?
I would be myself very interested in what the power requirements were for this device too.
I checked out the support site for thsi device and found this and again I have no idea what this is you would not better than me. It does mention firmware too have yuo checked that out yet.
Using the input mode switch on the Gamepad F310 to select DirectInput or XInput - Logitech FAQ
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