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Vista simply doesn't support a lot of game controllers. Flight sim enthusiasts are still amazed that even Microsofts own Sidewinder sticks are not supported by Vista. Don't hold your breath for a patch either, so far Micrsoft haven't shown any interest in sorting out their own products, so your only hope is that some tech-savvy person happens to want to use the same stick and shares the driver.
MOMO's are notorious for the potentiometers going bad. There used to be a place that sold replacements, check www.digikey.com I think the top kit is for momo black, and the bottom one for momo red. I think they were zero balance when I checked.
963260-KIT-ND Q1465369 MOMO FORCE REPAIR KIT
963282-KIT-ND Q1465379 MOMO RAC FORCE FDBK WHL RPR KIT
as a last resort, take the information for the digikey potiometers to Radioshack and see if they can order you some.
You're right about Logi not providing spares. If you're out of warranty, you are out of luck.
If you have the cash I would recommend the G25. Great wheel and the pedals are way better than previous wheels (momo red included)
If you want to sell your broken momo, let me know ;) I'm looking for one to build a wheel set up.