All I get from Downloads and Product support is a never ending circle of useless info.
Microsoft downloads is absolutely useless.
On that ending note, I'll look around and see what I can find for you besides a system restore point rollback...
First: Start>Settings>Control Panel> Add & Remove programs. Look for that Wingman clear calibration utility and click to un-install it if it is in the list. Then:
In Control Panel, go to: System>Hardware>Device Manager
Look for your Logitech Attack 3 and right-click, and delete. Now, STOP! Don't let Windows automatically re-install a damaged driver that Wingman may have messed up. Leave control panel just as it is, don't touch anything.
Right-click the Start button, "Explore" and find and run the Logitech Attack 3 installer again.
After it is done, close control panel and everything else and see if it works again.