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Logitech G Hub and Windows 11

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When I installed windows 11 (i think a day or two after launch) everything was working a-okay. about a week later my Logitech G Hub was stuck on a loading loop, thought it was weird but Win11 could have broken the install somehow so I uninstalled and went to reinstall (they still only had a windows 10 installer) and tried that. When I double clicked the Installed (or Right Click Run as Admin though I am Admin on this PC) the only thing that happened would be the mouse would get a loading wheel and the File Explorer window would flash between 3 and 5 times.

 

Fast forward to today when I mentioned it to friends in discord and said Logitech has now got a Windows 11 version, I go to install it and the same thing happens.

 

Is there any fix for this? Everywhere I search only seems to be in relation to the Installer not installing anything or getting stuck on initialization 

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Could be a driver issue, as I'm not sure Logitech has even released Windows 11 drivers for any of their peripherals yet. There also seems to be some issue with the Windows 11 media pack (whatever the hell that is). Someone said adding it on Win 11 Pro fixed issues with their G-Hub so worth a shot if you're on pro, you can find it here. Someone also was able to have a successful launch and install on safe mode. And what I'd try first is removing ALL traces of the G-hub software and trying a fresh install, so delete all Logitech Files in AppData (Local, LocalLaw, Roaming) as well as the installation folder after removing app in the windows app tool.

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3 hours ago, PwnyTheTiger said:

Could be a driver issue, as I'm not sure Logitech has even released Windows 11 drivers for any of their peripherals yet. There also seems to be some issue with the Windows 11 media pack (whatever the hell that is). Someone said adding it on Win 11 Pro fixed issues with their G-Hub so worth a shot if you're on pro, you can find it here. Someone also was able to have a successful launch and install on safe mode. And what I'd try first is removing ALL traces of the G-hub software and trying a fresh install, so delete all Logitech Files in AppData (Local, LocalLaw, Roaming) as well as the installation folder after removing app in the windows app tool.

Yeah i ran through deleting all files in AppData related to Logitech and still didn't work

Will try the other two options as well

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I dont have much help to offer lol... but did you fresh install or upgrade? FWIW I did a fresh install a week ago, and Ghub is working perfect so far. Recognizes my mic, mouse, and powerplay mat. If you upgraded maybe that fucked something up?

 

 

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  • 3 weeks later...
On 11/30/2021 at 4:32 PM, ohitsluca said:

I dont have much help to offer lol... but did you fresh install or upgrade? FWIW I did a fresh install a week ago, and Ghub is working perfect so far. Recognizes my mic, mouse, and powerplay mat. If you upgraded maybe that fucked something up?

 

 

bit of a late reply, i know, but no i upgraded to W11. Did work fine during the first couple weeks as mentioned.

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