I purchased a that is supposed to work with Windows 10, and so far it does not. Windows 10 detects it when I plug in its wireless receiver and turn it on; but in Windows Device Manager, the gamepad shows with a yellow caution icon and is said to not be working properly. I have tried the gamepad's XInput and DirectInput modes and installed Logitech Gaming Software for it. In Device Manager, I have also tried: • Automatically updating the gamepad's driver: Device Manager indicates that it cannot find an appropriate driver for it. • Browsing to the folder under C: Users Joe appdata Local Temp extracted by Logitech Gaming Software's InstallShield installer to update the gamepad's driver, indicating that Device Manager should check subfolders for an appropriate driver too: Device Manager again indicates that it cannot find an appropriate driver.

Logitech Gamepad F710 Driver Windows 10

I purchased a Logitech Wireless Gamepad F710 that is supposed to work with Windows 10, and so far it does not. Windows 10 detects it when I plug in its wireless.

From the research I did online, I was unable to find a solution either. Has someone on SU had this problem and found a way to resolve it? After more digging, I learned in Logitech's support forums that, also that no one has a solution there either. After even more digging, I found a fix, which I detailed there and below for completeness.

Nvidia Geforce 9500 Gt Driver Windows 10 32 Bit. Microsoft Community Solution TheTexanGamer's Microsoft Community solution to a similar issue with an Xbox 360 wireless controller and Windows 10 seems to have resolved the problem for me: I had to follow the steps outlined in TheTexanGamer's answer with the F710 in XInput mode: Make sure your controller is turned off and the wireless receiver is plugged in to your PC before proceeding with the steps below: • Press Windows key+X. • Click 'Device Manager'. • Find any listings of 'Unknown Device' in the list of devices, likely under Human Interface Devices or Other Devices. Make sure you right click it and select the 'Scan for hardware changes' and 'Update Driver Software' >'Search Automatically for Updated Driver' options before the next steps, especially if you have more than one 'Unknown Device' listed.

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