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Spectre660 
Re: About to buy a new joypad for my new Amiga One X5000
Posted on 15-Sep-2017 17:57:01
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@bladerunner1963

Too many problems.
It is only recognized when you plug something else such as a USB thumb drive in to another USB port as well .

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bladerunner1963 wrote:
@newlight

Anyone have luck with this joystick. It looks like a decent one and can be got new for less than $20 US:

Logitech Extreme 3D Pro USB Joystick PC/Mac 963290-0403 (IL/RT5-963290-0403-UG

Thanks!

jb

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