Like to know if a RoF player here, is using this Joystick in win8. Does the Force feedback actually work on this stick. Anyone interested in purchasing my old wingman force.. Posted 22 October – Well, I’m not sure he mentioned Win 10 I think he said Win 7 , but in any event I just tried one on my Win 10 bit box and no joy – Windows can’t find any drivers for it, and I haven’t been able to find any by Googling around, and it isn’t recognized at all and doesn’t work at all on my rig. Back to top 21 Dutch2 Dutch2 Posts: Posted 05 April –
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Logitech Wingman Force 3d Force Feedback Joystick
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I just tried plugging it in on my Win 7 computer and it doesn’t work. Toutefois sur le site logitech ils expliquent qu’ils ne supportent pas le 64bit. Many people prefer them, although in my case I just own them for backup purposes I found them for sale real cheap.
Yeah, those that Dutch pointed out. Please log in to reply.
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Posted 22 October – You’ll definitely enjoy the smaller size of the joystick, and the buttons sans the main trigger feel great — but if you’re looking for a definitive force feedback experience, you’re not going to get it here.
The whole trick is, that this guy is trying to sell his “not going to work in Win” stick on lets say Ebay, people who want to buy are going to Google on that, trying to verify if it is working and feddback we go. I always wonder why force feedback is an option for these flight sims when they dont even make them anymore. Could you please share your experience here or by pm.
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anybody using the old Logitech wingman force in 64bit OS
The smooth push and pull of the joystick felt much more natural and realistic than the chunkier and not to mention louder reactions of the Microsoft SideWinder Force Feedback Pro. It kind of goes together. If I wrote something in this forum that fforce hurting or abuse a member, organisation or country?
Well, I’m not sure he mentioned Win 10 I think he said Win 7but in any event I just tried one on my Win 10 bit box and no foorce – Windows can’t find any drivers for it, and I fore been able to find any by Googling around, and it 3x recognized at all and doesn’t work at all on my rig. Posted 23 October – I tried some tip I found on the web and installed an old version of Logitech profiler software that was supposed to be able to make it work on Win7, but it couldn’t detect the stick either.
Well, I can’t absolutely say there’s no way to get it working – all I can say is that I can’t get it to work on Win bit and can’t find anybody out there in Google searches that says they got it working either.
I think I stopped using that old logitech cuz it had such a huge footprint but really liked the FFB effects. I started out trying the Force 3D in Starlancer, Bang! First off, the WingMan Force 3D features an interface incredibly familiar to the SideWinder Force Feedback Pro, only with two buttons on the base instead of the SideWinder’s four, and, and an extra button on the actual joystick.
The buttons have a very nice placement in terms of clickability, and you’ll rarely find yourself accidentally mashing the wrong button, thanks to the angled shape of the joystick’s main buttons. Sorry I can’t help further. The trigger on the stick I previously used went after 4 years. Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers.
Anyone interested in purchasing my old wingman force. Posted 10 April – Like to know if a RoF player here, is using this Joystick in win8. Posted 30 July –