Originally posted by Freuds-CAT :It seems that there are no drivers available atm Does anyone know a workaround? Modem Driver For Windows 10. Thanks in advance [Solved] Open Device Manager, right click on your unknown F710 device, Update Driver, 'Browse my computer, 'Let me select from a list', find Xbox 360 Controllers on the list, and select 'Xbox 360 Controller for Windows' and then 'Use driver anyway' if you get a warning Hi. I can not seam to work out how to do this. I can see the f710 in 'Devices and Printers' but not in 'Device Manager'.
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It is listed as 'Logitech Cordless RumblePad 2' in 'Devices and Printers' but I can not see it in device manager.
I upgraded to Windows 8.1 and my Logitech profiler stopped being able to detect my Logitech Dual Action Gamepad (controller). The hardware was still detected and some information was passed through, but the Logitech Profiler is so useful that I had to get it up and going. Knowing my own frustration - I thought I would pass the fix along to the Gaming Community. Epson C88 Driver Windows 10.
(Let's face it, the Logitech Dual Action Controller rocks and Logitech should never have discontinued it's production) Microsoft compatibility list was unable to make the Logitech Profiler function correctly. I, however, was able to find a fix. How To Update Ram Drivers Windows 10. 1) go to 2) Hover over 'Support' and pull down 3) Select 'Support + Download' 4) Select 'Gaming' 5) Scroll to the bottom and click on 'Dual Action Gamepad' 6) Click on Downloads 7) Pick OS as 'Windows 8' 8) Pick 32-bit or 64-bit dependent upon your system (my system is 64-bit) 9) Hit the 'Download Software' and save it to the Desktop or you Download folder 10) Open Control Panel 11) Under 'Programs', click uninstall programs. 12) Look for 'Logitech Gaming Software' (may have a slightly different name) and click uninstall 13) NOTE:: this does not uninstall the Profiles in your Logitech folder.