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Sorry dude, but I just checked the Logitech Website, and they said that if it doesnt work on the RC, they can't do anything about it. They said they dont make drivers for pre-release OS. They will however, make a driver for the real Windows 7. So im pretty sure once they make Windows 7 they will release a driver and then you can just install that on ur pc. But for now, I would probably Roll back to Vista or XP if u cant live without it, or just get a XBOX manufactured controller
Make sure that you have the proper drivers and backround programs for running the controller. I have the same issue with my Logitech Controller sometimes, it just takes specific detailed searchs to find the right drivers to work with the computer to get the analog system to work on the controller.
Also, make sure to go entirely through the configuration setup for the controller on your computer, and then make sure to save it as a profile within the program for future use. Cant tell you how many times i have goofed and forgotten to save the profile and then had to go back through and do it all over again.
Your gamepad can work in almost any game. All you need is a profiler software, which you already have, and you need to assign commands to gamepad's buttons so you can play a game with it. Some games support gamepads by default; in that case you dont have to do anything. But in many cases you have to set it up yourself.
I help people make profiles for their games. I can help you make a profile for Tiger woods. I always include instructions. It takes pretty much of work so let me know first if you are still looking for it. Then I can get to work.
Download the xpadder from the website http://xpadder.com/ and you are set, works fine with my Logitech rumblepad 2 on Juiced 2 no problems. I don't see that it wont work on Logitech Dual Action controller, it is on the list of controllers that xpadder support
Go to Start->Control Panel
Go to Game Controllers
Your joystick should show up in the list. Doubleclick it.
A new window should pop up showing you what buttons are being pressed. Press the buttons on your joystick and move around the stick to test it.