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I need a drive for Logitech Joystick for Mac OSX

I need a drive for Logitech JoystickForce 3D Pro for Mac OSX

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    Logitech say the EXtreme 3D PRO WON'T work on my MAC, HELP !!

    Well... I was wondering how to make it work on our Mac. So I downloaded the free version of X-Plane 10 off the internet, and I was not sure that the joystick would work. But when I got on the game, I plugged the joystick into the back of our computer and the game said that a joystick has been found. So I clicked on calibrate joystick and then it worked right then. But it is hard to program the joystick buttons too the different commands for the game. Hope this helps. :)

    Nov 17, 2011 | Logitech Extreme 3D Pro Joystick

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    I couldn't finde logitech force 3d pro driver for mac.

    This joystick has native Mac support. You should just be able to plug it in and use it without the need of drivers.

    May 04, 2011 | Logitech Force 3D Pro (963352) Joystick

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    Have purchased a new extreme 3d pro for my Mac but there is no manual or software for a Mac included in the package. As I am not totally computer literate, any help would be appreciated. Mac OSX 10.6.6

    I'll include a few links for you. First is the main page for the joystick (I think I want one now. )

    If you look at that there is a support link click on that. You will see all the downloads.

    All there is are the manual and a windows calibration program.

    This is the link for the manuals.

    Unfortunately this is a PC oriented device so there is no Max support. If you look at your hardware under joystick or human input devices it should recognize the joystick. Run the calibration from there. Check to see if all the buttons are recognized. You could contact logitech support and ask if they have a max specific manual of faq hidden away somewhere.

    Jan 24, 2011 | Logitech Extreme 3D Pro Joystick

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    I just ordered a new Logitech Extreme 3D Pro Joystick for my son for Christmas. He has a MacBook. The box on the joystick says PC on it. Does this mean it wont work with a MAC? If it does, how will he...


    The logitech site states that the joystick works with Mac OS 9 or later.

    As the system requirements do not state any hard drive space is required for a Mac it will probably install drivers required automatically.

    If the product does not work contact Logitech through the support option

    Dec 18, 2010 | Logitech Extreme 3D Pro Joystick

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    How do I custom program the buttons on a Logitech Extreme 3D Pro joystick that I bought for my Mac to use with the F/A-18 OIF game? I don't see anything in the game software for customizing the joystick. ...

    I just bought a copy of ControllerMate. Solved all of my button problems with my new Extreme 3D Pro and FA-18 OIF. You can program all the buttons in any way you want. Single key or multi-key entries. I'm running it all on a new MacBook Pro 2.53 Core i5 and it works perfect.
    I was astounded that the old 2003 OIF would work on this new intel mac but it does.

    Sep 14, 2010 | Logitech EXTREME 3D PRO TWIST HANDLE...

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    Do i need an installation disk for the extreme 3d pro joystick if I'm using it with a mac

    Follow the below guide from Logitech.....

    The following Logitech gaming devices will function on a Macintosh computer running Mac OS 9 with Input Sprockets 1.7 or higher. You must also have a functioning USB port.
    Logitech® Freedom™ 2.4
    Logitech® Dual Action™ Gamepad
    Logitech® Extreme™ 3D Pro
    Logitech® Attack™ 3
    WingMan® Attack™ 2 on the USB port
    WingMan® ActionPad™
    WingMan® Formula™ GP on the USB port
    WingMan® Precision GamePad (USB version only)
    WingMan® Extreme™ Digital 3D
    WingMan® Formula™ USB
    WingMan® GamePad USB
    These devices will use the Mac OS Human Interface Device (HID) support. If you are experiencing detection problems using one of the supported devices on a Mac, please contact Apple to ensure your computer meets these requirements. If you are experiencing problems in a particular game, please contact the game manufacturer.
    To determine if your Logitech game controller is detected please do the following:
    1. OS 9.x
    2. Click the "Apple Menu".
    3. Click "System Profiler".
    4. Click the "Devices and volumes" tab.
    5. Look at the USB tree to confirm that the controller is listed.
    1. OS 10.x (Traditional View)
    2. Double click the "Hard Drive" icon.
    3. Double click the "Applications" folder.
    4. Double click the "Utilities" folder.
    5. Double click "System Profiler".
    6. Click the "Devices and volumes" tab.
    7. Look at the USB tree to confirm that the controller is listed.

    Jul 19, 2010 | Logitech Extreme 3D Pro Joystick

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    Is there a mac driver for the extreme 3d pro joystick

    Hi, Here you can find the Logitech FAQ regarding this topic:,3,2,4,5&p_search_text=Force%20%203D
    Actually this devices functions as HID on mac OSX so you do not need to install any software/drivers.
    Thanks and have a nice day ! J -

    Feb 22, 2010 | Logitech EXTREME 3D PRO TWIST HANDLE...

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    How to install on Mac

    Logitech does not provide any gaming software for the Mac platform. However, Logitech gaming devices are supported natively in Mac OSX. This means you can still use your Logitech gaming device, provided that the game you are playing supports a gamepad, joystick, etc.
    If you are using a gamepad, and you'd like more programmability, you can use third party software such as Gamepad Companion. Keep in mind that this is third party software and you should contact the manufacturer of the software should you have any issues or questions about using the software.

    Please read THIS and THIS as well.

    Dec 22, 2007 | Logitech Extreme 3D Pro Joystick

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    Joy stick

    this worked for me, i have a ibookg4 and all all my dad had to do (complete nerd) had to do was REBOOT THE COMPUTER WITH THE JOYSTICK PLUGGED IN and the joystick worked after that.  Posted by his dumb as a post sun...

    Dec 20, 2007 | Logitech Extreme 3D Pro Joystick

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