I have installed Windows 7 Home Premium (64Bit) as a clean install. Everything works but my Logitech wingman formula force driving wheel. I have previously used this with Windows 95/98/XP and Vista. It is automatically detected when plugged into a USB port and installed without extra software. I can also install Logitech Gaming Software Version 4.60 as a game profiler. My current option is to dual boot XP/Vista with Windows 7 (64 Bit). I also just tested an install with Windows 7 (32 Bit) and it detected my Logitech wingman formula force driving wheel and installed a working driver. In addition I was able to install the Logitech Gaming Software Version 4.60 and verify it working as well. My main issue is the fact that Windows 7 (64Bit) will not install the Logitech wingman formula force driving wheel. So I am forced to make a dual boot system 32 & 64 Bit (not sure if this counts as a second install or not). Also the main reason I would prefer to use the 64 Bit version is available Ram and system performance. I have 4x 2GB memory modules, under 32 Bit total ram is 2GB & under 64 Bit total ram is 8GB. System Performance for 8Gb ram is 7.3 and drops to 5.2 with 2Gb ram. I have contacted Logitech and they do not provide a driver for this product just the game profiler software. I wish Windows 7 (64 Bit) could install the driver the same way it does for Windows 7 (32 Bit) version, what's the issue MS?