Logitech WingMan Precision Gamepad Download Drivers

Available 4 files for WingMan Precision Gamepad
Company
Logitech
Categories
joysticks
Model
Logitech WingMan Precision Gamepad
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 2000
Language Driver
English
Size Driver
1Mb
File Name
wmprecisiongamepad.pdf
Info
Install Your Gamepad
1. Turn the computer off.
2. Plug the WingMan
®
Precision

connector into the 15-pin game controller port on the computer, game card,
or multi-use card.
3. Turn the computer on.
You can install and use two gamepads with your computer using a Y-connector. Y-connectors are
available in most computer or electronic stores. Note that Y-connectors only allow controllers to work as two-button devices.
Windows
®
Setup
1. Click Start, select Settings, Control Panel, then Game Controllers.
2. Click the Add button.
3. Select “2-Axis, 4-Button Joystick,” then click “OK.”
Logitech
®
Gaming Portal
Be sure to check out our gaming portal,
wingmangamers.com
. This site helps you find out everything you need to know about
your favorite games, and new ones on the way.
Troubleshooting
WingMan
®
Precision

does not respond
You may have more than one game card or game port enabled in your system and these cards or ports are conflicting with each
other. Other system devices may be conflicting with the game card’s address (Hex address 201), or you may have a defective Yconnector.
• If you have multiple game cards in the system, remove or disable all but one of the cards. Note that many sound cards have builtin
game ports, which you can disable by changing the I/O address. Please refer to the game- or sound-card documentation to
change the I/O address.
• Change the I/O address of the card that is conflicting with the game card, or remove this card.
If you are using a Y-connector with Precision, disconnect it and connect Precision directly to the game port.
Some buttons work in one program but not in another
WingMan Precision’s function buttons are game-dependent, and the action they perform may vary depending upon the game
you are playing. Please refer to the game’s documentation to get the best performance from the function buttons.
The A, B, A’, and B’ buttons work, but the Right and Left function buttons do not
Your game only supports two functions and not four. You may be using a game card with “half” a port (a simple circuit instead of
a double circuit).
The gamepad buttons do not seem to match the button layout in the Windows Control Panel
Buttons A and B represent buttons 1 and 2 respectively in the Windows Control Panel. Button A’ is the turbo button (fast repeat)
for button 1. Button B’ is the turbo button (fast repeat) for button 2. The L and R buttons represent buttons 3 and 4 respectively in
the Windows Control Panel.
Company
Logitech
Categories
joysticks
Model
Logitech WingMan Precision Gamepad
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 98
Language Driver
English
Size Driver
1Mb
File Name
wmprecisiongamepad.pdf
Info
Install Your Gamepad
1. Turn the computer off.
2. Plug the WingMan
®
Precision

connector into the 15-pin game controller port on the computer, game card,
or multi-use card.
3. Turn the computer on.
You can install and use two gamepads with your computer using a Y-connector. Y-connectors are
available in most computer or electronic stores. Note that Y-connectors only allow controllers to work as two-button devices.
Windows
®
Setup
1. Click Start, select Settings, Control Panel, then Game Controllers.
2. Click the Add button.
3. Select “2-Axis, 4-Button Joystick,” then click “OK.”
Logitech
®
Gaming Portal
Be sure to check out our gaming portal,
wingmangamers.com
. This site helps you find out everything you need to know about
your favorite games, and new ones on the way.
Troubleshooting
WingMan
®
Precision

does not respond
You may have more than one game card or game port enabled in your system and these cards or ports are conflicting with each
other. Other system devices may be conflicting with the game card’s address (Hex address 201), or you may have a defective Yconnector.
• If you have multiple game cards in the system, remove or disable all but one of the cards. Note that many sound cards have builtin
game ports, which you can disable by changing the I/O address. Please refer to the game- or sound-card documentation to
change the I/O address.
• Change the I/O address of the card that is conflicting with the game card, or remove this card.
If you are using a Y-connector with Precision, disconnect it and connect Precision directly to the game port.
Some buttons work in one program but not in another
WingMan Precision’s function buttons are game-dependent, and the action they perform may vary depending upon the game
you are playing. Please refer to the game’s documentation to get the best performance from the function buttons.
The A, B, A’, and B’ buttons work, but the Right and Left function buttons do not
Your game only supports two functions and not four. You may be using a game card with “half” a port (a simple circuit instead of
a double circuit).
The gamepad buttons do not seem to match the button layout in the Windows Control Panel
Buttons A and B represent buttons 1 and 2 respectively in the Windows Control Panel. Button A’ is the turbo button (fast repeat)
for button 1. Button B’ is the turbo button (fast repeat) for button 2. The L and R buttons represent buttons 3 and 4 respectively in
the Windows Control Panel.
Company
Logitech
Categories
joysticks
Model
Logitech WingMan Precision Gamepad
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows Me
Language Driver
English
Size Driver
1Mb
File Name
wmprecisiongamepad.pdf
Info
Install Your Gamepad
1. Turn the computer off.
2. Plug the WingMan
®
Precision

connector into the 15-pin game controller port on the computer, game card,
or multi-use card.
3. Turn the computer on.
You can install and use two gamepads with your computer using a Y-connector. Y-connectors are
available in most computer or electronic stores. Note that Y-connectors only allow controllers to work as two-button devices.
Windows
®
Setup
1. Click Start, select Settings, Control Panel, then Game Controllers.
2. Click the Add button.
3. Select “2-Axis, 4-Button Joystick,” then click “OK.”
Logitech
®
Gaming Portal
Be sure to check out our gaming portal,
wingmangamers.com
. This site helps you find out everything you need to know about
your favorite games, and new ones on the way.
Troubleshooting
WingMan
®
Precision

does not respond
You may have more than one game card or game port enabled in your system and these cards or ports are conflicting with each
other. Other system devices may be conflicting with the game card’s address (Hex address 201), or you may have a defective Yconnector.
• If you have multiple game cards in the system, remove or disable all but one of the cards. Note that many sound cards have builtin
game ports, which you can disable by changing the I/O address. Please refer to the game- or sound-card documentation to
change the I/O address.
• Change the I/O address of the card that is conflicting with the game card, or remove this card.
If you are using a Y-connector with Precision, disconnect it and connect Precision directly to the game port.
Some buttons work in one program but not in another
WingMan Precision’s function buttons are game-dependent, and the action they perform may vary depending upon the game
you are playing. Please refer to the game’s documentation to get the best performance from the function buttons.
The A, B, A’, and B’ buttons work, but the Right and Left function buttons do not
Your game only supports two functions and not four. You may be using a game card with “half” a port (a simple circuit instead of
a double circuit).
The gamepad buttons do not seem to match the button layout in the Windows Control Panel
Buttons A and B represent buttons 1 and 2 respectively in the Windows Control Panel. Button A’ is the turbo button (fast repeat)
for button 1. Button B’ is the turbo button (fast repeat) for button 2. The L and R buttons represent buttons 3 and 4 respectively in
the Windows Control Panel.
Company
Logitech
Categories
joysticks
Model
Logitech WingMan Precision Gamepad
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows XP
Language Driver
English
Size Driver
1Mb
File Name
wmprecisiongamepad.pdf
Info
Install Your Gamepad
1. Turn the computer off.
2. Plug the WingMan
®
Precision

connector into the 15-pin game controller port on the computer, game card,
or multi-use card.
3. Turn the computer on.
You can install and use two gamepads with your computer using a Y-connector. Y-connectors are
available in most computer or electronic stores. Note that Y-connectors only allow controllers to work as two-button devices.
Windows
®
Setup
1. Click Start, select Settings, Control Panel, then Game Controllers.
2. Click the Add button.
3. Select “2-Axis, 4-Button Joystick,” then click “OK.”
Logitech
®
Gaming Portal
Be sure to check out our gaming portal,
wingmangamers.com
. This site helps you find out everything you need to know about
your favorite games, and new ones on the way.
Troubleshooting
WingMan
®
Precision

does not respond
You may have more than one game card or game port enabled in your system and these cards or ports are conflicting with each
other. Other system devices may be conflicting with the game card’s address (Hex address 201), or you may have a defective Yconnector.
• If you have multiple game cards in the system, remove or disable all but one of the cards. Note that many sound cards have builtin
game ports, which you can disable by changing the I/O address. Please refer to the game- or sound-card documentation to
change the I/O address.
• Change the I/O address of the card that is conflicting with the game card, or remove this card.
If you are using a Y-connector with Precision, disconnect it and connect Precision directly to the game port.
Some buttons work in one program but not in another
WingMan Precision’s function buttons are game-dependent, and the action they perform may vary depending upon the game
you are playing. Please refer to the game’s documentation to get the best performance from the function buttons.
The A, B, A’, and B’ buttons work, but the Right and Left function buttons do not
Your game only supports two functions and not four. You may be using a game card with “half” a port (a simple circuit instead of
a double circuit).
The gamepad buttons do not seem to match the button layout in the Windows Control Panel
Buttons A and B represent buttons 1 and 2 respectively in the Windows Control Panel. Button A’ is the turbo button (fast repeat)
for button 1. Button B’ is the turbo button (fast repeat) for button 2. The L and R buttons represent buttons 3 and 4 respectively in
the Windows Control Panel.
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