Question about Logitech Attack 3 Joystick
I have a Logitech Attack 3 and I'm running Windows 7 RC...the joystick installs fine and works perfectly on any other game but whenever I load up Team Apache when I take off the helicopter yaws to the left constantly and I don't seem to be able to stop it...I have tried reinstalling the game and restarting my machine...hope someone can help...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You could try sending logitech an email..they would be the best people to help you..
Posted on Apr 17, 2008
Currently, there is no Logitech Gaming Software for the Macintosh
platform, so there is no question of installation..its just plug n
play. It should function on a Macintosh computer running Mac OS 9x
with Input Sprockets 1.7 or higher and a functioning USB port. Make
sure your computer matches these specs.
To see if the device is detected, do the following:
According to the Logitech website,
"If the device is not listed in the tree, it is not being detected. If possible, try the controller on another system to confirm it is working. If the controller works on another system, you will need to contact Apple or the USB card manufacturer for assistance. If the joystick fails on the test system, it may be defective. Exchange the gaming device at the point of purchase if it is within 30 days of the purchase date. If it has been more than 30 days since you purchased your gaming device, please contact Logitech Customer Support to inquire about an RMA (Return Merchandise Authorization) number."
This article from Logitech also may be useful...
Hope that helps :)
Posted on Apr 17, 2008
First, check your game documentation to see if your game supports the use of a joystick. Most First Person Shoot 'em Ups do not support joysticks, and only supports mice/gamepads.
If joysticks are supported in your game, please read on...
Make sure that your joystick is properly installed and detected by your computer. You can check in Device Manager or Control Panel > Game Controllers. Also make sure you have the latest software (LGS/WingMan) installed.
Next, you will have to create a new profile for your game in the WingMan Profiler:
Hope that helps.
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Posted on May 25, 2008
Have you tried going into the options menu in the game and go to the controls section at the top? You have to set all of the settings to the various joystick axis in order to make the joystick work.
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
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