Yes I did but I believe I have a different problem.
I just plugged in a Logitech Extreme 3D Pro and it behaves the same way. That being it shows up in the device manager correctly named but under other devices with an exclaimation mark. I am going to try both sticks on another Windows 10 machine and update this one.
well Having a similar issue windows sees the joystick but in device manager it just shows up as being "HID-complainant game controller", I figured it was an issue with the drivers or software, as a result I went to the Logitech website and looked for software, I couldn't find anything on the website that would work with it. Further looking into the problem (by that I mean another google search) I found this
which shows there is software for the joystick, but I can't seem to find it on Logitech's current website.
I am going to post a question of this somewhere else to see if I can get more responses and to explain further.
Oddly enough though I am also using a hp pavilion laptop running windows 10 but mine is using an i5 not sure if it is something with the preinstalled windows that hp's come with or just luck