USB Joystick and Windows 95?

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USB Joystick and Windows 95?

Postby Muz » 2018-7-13 @ 19:02

Any of you tried USB Joystick in Windows 95? I have tried, and it do not detect the device.
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Re: USB Joystick and Windows 95?

Postby derSammler » 2018-7-13 @ 19:03

Win95 supports USB 1.x only. Maybe the joystick is USB 2.0. What model is it?
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Re: USB Joystick and Windows 95?

Postby Muz » 2018-7-13 @ 19:09

Logitech Attack 3.
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Re: USB Joystick and Windows 95?

Postby tegrady » 2018-7-14 @ 00:20

According to Logitech's website, the drivers only go back to Windows XP.

Do any of your USB devices work in Windows 95? If not, it may not be an issue with the joystick; it may be an issue with Windows 95.

Depending on which version of Windows 95 you have, USB drivers may not be installed automatically. You may need to install them.

Check out this link https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19085-01/pc ... index.html . It explains how to do it.
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Re: USB Joystick and Windows 95?

Postby r.cade » 2018-7-14 @ 01:57

Windows 95 really had very little USB support for anything, and what it did have was unstable.
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Re: USB Joystick and Windows 95?

Postby Plasma » 2018-7-14 @ 08:27

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Re: USB Joystick and Windows 95?

Postby Muz » 2018-7-14 @ 12:00

The two files above, don't work for Logitech Attack 3.
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