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I've used my Logitech Wingman Formula Force wheel for more years than I can remember (I definitely had it back when I was playing Viper Racing, though). Sadly, Logitech does not appear to support the wheel in any capacity, even as an analog input device.

At this point, I'm looking for any sort of driver that will take input from the device. I don't care at all about the force feedback but, if it were available, I'd be happy to take it. The target operating system is Windows 7 64-bit.

EDIT: Just in case I'm not clear above: I know where the standard driver download sites are and have tried them out. The problem is that Logitech has officially end-of-lifed this wheel so their latest software specifically does not support it. Sadly, their older software that does support it is 32-bit only so I'm out of luck on that front.

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Have you tried to install the drivers in Vista x32 compatibility mode? –  robio Jan 5 '10 at 18:00
Yes, the software specifically does not support the old wheel. –  Bob Cross Jan 5 '10 at 22:38

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Have you tried these 64-bit drivers?

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Not quite the same wheel, but try out the drivers for Logitech MOMO. Else have a look at this link as well

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Sadly, that's exactly what I mean: the new software specifically does not support the old wheel. Likewise, the old driver does not work with Windows 7 64 bit. Thanks anyway, though. –  Bob Cross Nov 27 '09 at 4:05
Oh. I can't find the drivers, you can try out a tool like DriverMax( innovative-sol.com/drivermax ). Worth a shot –  Sathya Nov 27 '09 at 4:49

You might be able to use this 32-bits driver in XP Mode, but not in 64-bits mode.

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Yes, in a virtual machine running Windows XP, I'm pretty sure that the driver would continue to work. However, I'm running without virtual machines. The goal is to have a straightforward machine that just works. This is the only device on my shelf that's currently causing trouble so I don't want to add the hassle of a virtual machine just for it. –  Bob Cross Dec 28 '09 at 14:20

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