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Old 10-30-07, 03:19 PM   #1
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Default Logitech® Gaming Software 5.01

Logitech® Gaming Software 5.01
Step 1...
If you have a beta version of this software already installed, you must uninstall it first before proceeding.

If you already have Logitech® Gaming Software / WingMan® Software v5.00 or earlier already installed, please remove it via the "Add/Remove Programs" application first. Otherwise, choose the language from the list that best suits you preference. (Make a note of the location that you downloaded the file to.)

Choose the appropriate package to download for your needs...

32-Bit 13.1 MB
Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Italian, Korean, Norwegian, Portuguese (Brazilian), Spanish, and Swedish.

64-Bit 12.5 MB
Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Italian, Korean, Norwegian, Portuguese (Brazilian), Spanish, and Swedish.

32-Bit Japanese 9.98 MB

64-Bit Japanese 9.45 MB

Step 2...
Congratulations! You're now ready to begin the installation of Logitech® Gaming Software.

Either an administrator account, or access to the administrator password is required for installation.
Launch the Logitech® Gaming Software setup program by double-clicking on the downloaded file.
Follow the on-screen instructions.
The Gaming Team has worked really hard at implementing the features you have been asking for, and making the software the best it can be. Check out our Release Notes for a complete list.

If you encounter any problem, we would like to hear from you .

If you have any feedback regarding our software translation, send it to our localization team.

Most of all, have fun!

Release Notes:

Version: 5.01
Build #: 256
Posted on: October 24, 2007
What's new: Requirements
Windows® XP or Windows® Vista. Either 32-bit or 64-bit.

Fixed a couple of issues when installing on Windows Vista (32-bit and 64-bit). For example, Profiler will now correctly show the device image.
Fixed some issues in regards to Vista's UAC (User Access Control).
Fixed an issue when calibrating the pedals for the Logitech® Driving Force™ Ex.
Fixed an occasional crash that occurred when two devices were plugged in at boot time.
Corrected some callout hotspots in Profiler for the WingMan® Extreme™ Digital 3D.
Fixed a link in Profiler's Help menu to point to the correct site.
Fixed a typo in the Chinese control panel.
Added "The Sims 2" to the list of automatically detected games.
Supported devices:
- Logitech® G25 Racing Wheel
- Logitech® Driving Force™ RX
- Logitech® Force™ 3D Pro
- Logitech® Driving Force™ Pro
- Logitech® Racing Wheel
- Logitech® Precision™ Gamepad 2
- Logitech® Cordless RumblePad™ 2
- Logitech® RumblePad™ 2
- Logitech® Racing Force
- Logitech® MOMO® Force
- Logitech® Freedom™ 2.4
- Logitech® Extreme™ 3D Pro
- Logitech® Dual Action™ Gamepad
- Logitech® Driving Force™
- Logitech® Attack™ 3
- WingMan® Extreme™ Digital 3D
- WingMan® Gamepad Extreme™
- WingMan® Gamepad (black pad)
- WingMan® Formula™ (yellow wheel)
- WingMan® Action Pad™
- WingMan® Attack™ 2
- WingMan® Formula™ Force GP
- WingMan® Strike Force™ 3D
- WingMan® Force™ 3D
- WingMan® Precision™ USB Gamepad
- WingMan® Formula GP USB
- WingMan® RumblePad™
- WingMan® Cordless Gamepad
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