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Joystick-vista cann't get the force feedback to work on vista.is there a patch or driver i need? any thoughts? its a Logitech Force Feedbach Joystick. Abe

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You might have a problem with Logitech Force Feedbach Joystick driver....................Just go for the Logitech web site and find vista compatable driver.................it may probably helpfull for you to fix the problem.....................

Follow the Link http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/441/297&cl=roeu,en

have a good day

Posted on Mar 21, 2008

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If you are feeling adventurous ...

If you have a PlayStation and a PC, and do not have a pad for the Computer, or simply those that there are in the market seem to you too expensive or any you don't like, you have a great option here. It connects your PlayStation pad (anyone) to your PC conserving ALL its functionality thanks to the excellent driver DirectPad.

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Following with the preliminaries, I will going to make clear that you do not need any knowledge electronics, although knowing how to solder and know how to handle a multi - meter. If you do not have any idea, or don't want to do it get a friend who knows to help you.

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