Doitsujin Posted August 4, 2016 Author Share Posted August 4, 2016 Hi there, Just wanted to know if anyone can assist me with my occasional problems i have on Windows (10) regarding my joypads: I use a single SNES / USB adapter where i can plug in 2 SNES pads. Windows has no problems recognizing those. Most of the emulators find both SNES pads as well. The problems begin when i temporarily add another joystick, in my case a wireless 360 pad. It seems that the internal IDs for all joypads are changed or shuffled around. Is there anything i can do or use in order to give joypads a fixed / permanent ID so that it is immediately recognized as "that" joypad ? In most cases my SNES pads are sufficient, but for some games (eg. in MAME) i need analogue sticks and such. Thankful for any advice =) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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