WingMan® Force Feedback Mouse features:
Based on the FEELit™ technology from Immersion® Corporation.
Brings life-like sensations in all kinds of games, including first-person, real-time strategy, role-playing, adventure, sports, simulation, strategy, war, hunting, classics, puzzles and edutainment titles.
Tactile feedback effects in business software increase user's productivity. Feel the bumps as your mouse cursor rolls over buttons and menu commands.
Supports force feedback effects for online gaming over the Internet.
Smoothly-contoured and weighted base that provides great stability, perfect for high-intensity gaming
Excellent force feedback effects in games providing force feedback via DirectX 5.0 or later using Immersion's FFC (Feel Foundation Classes)
USB connection for 300 times faster communications than that of any other serial-based mouse
Support for the WingMan® Force Feedback Mouse under Windows® 98/98SE is included on the original WingMan® Software 3.30 CD that shipped with the product.
Support for the WingMan® Force Feedback Mouse under Windows® 2000 only exists in the WingMan® Software v3.65 release. The WingMan® Force Feedback Mouse package is an add-on package that must be installed after the core v3.65 release. Please note: The WingMan® Force Feedback Mouse add-on package is not needed unless you have a WingMan® Force Feedback Mouse connected to your system.
The mouse isn't officially supported in Windows XP and may take a little effort to get working in some cases. Once the support software is installed you should see these items in your Device Manager -
Under "Human Interface Devices"
- HID-compliant device
- Logitech WingMan Force Feedback Mouse
- Logitech WingMan Force Feedback Mouse (external)
Under "Mice and other pointing devices"
- HID-compliant mouse
- HID-compliant mouse
(yes, there should be 2 HID-compliant mouse listing)
If you see any of these items in the Device Manager listed with an exclamation point (!) or shown as Unknown Device within the "Other devices" section, you'll have to update the driver to get it installed correctly. Right-click on the problem item, then select Update Driver. Choose the bottom option; "Install from a list or specific location (Advanced)". In the next dialog box, choose the bottom option; "Don't search. I will choose the driver to install." In the last dialog box, select the appropriate device name from the list given. The list should show one or more of the items I mentioned above. If you see options for both HID-compliant device and HID-compliant mouse in the list, choose the MOUSE option.
If you have further problems with this, please send me an e-mail.
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