I tried installing the USB game controller for the Playstation 2 version of the quiz-game "Buzz!" on my Windows 10 computer. While this (pretty simple) controller works well on Linux and (as far as I can remember) on older Windows versions.
Unfortunately, when I plug the controller in, the driver Windows automatically installs has the status "Driver error" in Settings/Connected devices. The driver it installs is called "Logitech Buzz(tm) Controller V1". Searching for this driver name didn't bring up anything useful for me.
In the device manager it shows a "Standard USB Hub" with an error: "This device is not working properly because Windows cannot load the drivers required for this device. (Code 31)".
My wish is, that the controller gets recognized as a gamepad or generic hid-controller so I can use the input data. I wouldn't mind translating the byte-input myself.