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I realise that none of the companies want to show love to Windows XP 64 so...How to we modify existing 32 bit drivers or create new drivers to make devices work for Windows XP 64? I'm not a programmer, but I might be interested in learning if I could be guided in the right direction.

If this experience helps at all in this...I know a little BASIC (old, I know, lol). I can also do basic html coding without any help from programs. I can play with scripts a little but that's only after I saved and copied it from another sit I found it on. Simple modifications after a little anylising lol. I don't know if driver programming is anything like that though. I tryed searching for information via other web pages with no luck.

Thanks for the help in advance.

It might be a while before I can read the responses due to a PSU problem I wrote about in the Hardware Support section. Either surgery goes well for the PSU tomorrow or I have to put an older computer back together to use until I can get a new PSU. I hope I can fix it.
 

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I have a logitech Wingman Force feedback joystick, Logiteck web cam VCAM-U1, Fujifilm 3800 Digital Camera, Westell DSL modem B90-210015-04 Dual USB and RJ45 connector (no drivers for the USB).
I have other things but I would use these more often.
 

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