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You might need to install the driver for your component first, before connecting it. If you don't have the disk you can always go the the manufactures web site to download it ( will need to enter the type of model/model number ). Also make sure that the port that it plugs in to is enabled. You can check this by going to 'device manager' ( click the 'start' menu > right click on 'computer/my computer' > on the pop up menu click 'manage' > on the tools window that comes up, on the left pane click 'device manager'. then search for the input connection on the list in the main part of the window. If it has a red or yellow mark on it, you can right click to see and it may be. might need to enable it or get new drivers for it ).
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I tried to search the web for the manual of the Logitech Attack 3 Joystick you have and found some, hopefully, helpful information. I have the MANUAL for this product but it is just a short one. Also I included a WEBSITE where you can download the software needed to make it work depending on the Operating System you have and also includes the following:
there is no driver for windows 7 as sitek (the chinese manufacturer of the device that sells it as in "white box license" for others to print its logo on discontinued such a device since 2005. Mind you sitek.com itself has vanished and a new firm has taken over that address.
Thus end of story , problem on relaying on a small time manufacturor , however i do have the xp drivers and they do work , windows 7 would not accept them and insists that the generic driver it uses is up to date (which works fine except the vibration a.k.a force-feed-back wont work)
I am working on a new uproach on injecting the xp driver into windows 7 registry and if it works i'll let you know :)
Ensure you have installed the drivers for it. If you don't have them, go to Saitek web site, download and install the correct one's for your operating system. Also ensure that the yoke is plugged into the USB port on the rear of the PC as these USB sockets give the most power. Additionally, you have to set the yoke up in FSX\Settings so it knows what to do with it with regard to calibrating it and assigning what buttons do what.
This web address is not a web site. It is a downloadable program. It will not appear, but should trigger your computer to "SAVE TO DISK" or "DOWNLOAD". Choose yes and save to disk. Then run a CD burning software such as Roxio and load the .ISO file. It will create a CD. THis CD you can then run and it will install the program to operate the 3D wheel.