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Go online to the Logitech Support Website and choose Drivers, Downloads, & Updates to find the software needed for your Operating System. Be Sure to Follow the Directions. OK? Good Luck & Please don't forget to Rate Me, K? Thanks LUCKY4LYNN2
you dont get any responds or recognition from windows other then in the deivce manager. it is working on the older joystick system so only the game has the capability of recognizing and making the button assignment if it supports joystick drivers.
in case your using driver that are too new here are the drivers for 15 pin logitech devices.
It does not work with vista at least not for me. And besides with XP and Vista you shouldn't have to install it anyway as both OS's have a feature called plug and play which means that when you plug it in via a USB port Windows Xp automatically recognize it and its driver. Thats one thing about XP thats so great XP just about recognizes every joystick and game pad driver there is without installing the pads software.