The Logitech F510 is exactly like the F710 except for the fact it has
a USB chord instead of a wireless connection. That's the only
principle difference between the two.
However, I've done a bit of googling, and it appears people are having
just as many problems with the F510 on Windows 7 64 as you had with
the F710. This sounds to me like a driver issue with companies like
Logitech and Philips etc as I have had no problems with either
controller on 32bit versions of Windows 7. In fact, MOTA was
personally tested by me on the Logitech F510 so I know it works on my
setup, but can't promise anything as far as 64bit Windows is concerned
since I don't yet own a 64bit machine and operating system.
On 4/8/11, Ron Kolesar <kolesar16...@roadrunner.com> wrote:
> Thanks for this info.
> How about the Logitech f 510 that Tom and a few others had recommended?
> I purchased the Rumble Gamepad F710 just before Christmas, but ended up
> shipping it back to Logitech.
> I can find several links on both the Rumble Gamepad F510 and the Rumble
> Gamepad F710, but with no details.
> Can anyone find further detailed info on how many buttons and so on that the
> Rumble Gamepad F510 has.
> It would be even better if someone were to take the plunge and pick up the
> Rumble Gamepad F510and see if it will work with TDV, Blast Chamber and the
> rest of the up coming hand to ear games that have USB support written into
> I for one thank you all for the support.
> Ron Kolesar
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