If you're having problems with Snes9x, or think you've found a bug, this is the place to be.
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I have had a SteelSeries Stratus Duo controller for my PC for a year and a half now, and never had any problems with SNES9x and the controller. All of a sudden, it stopped working on 1.54. I tried to fix it, and it didn't work, so I installed 1.6, still no dice. This controller works on all of my other emulators and games. Why isn't it working with SNES9x 1.6?
ok so it turned out that for some reason, randomly I had to go in and manually disable the other controllers 1-4 and then remap controller 1.
alright this has happened again, and I disabled the other controllers, both their buttons and checkmarks, and my controller still is not read by the emulator. What is going on? It was working well from when I last posted to now!
On Version 1.60: I've just started playing again for the first time in months, and it seems that my controller is recognized, but when I go to set up the buttons, if I click on the input box where for "up" is, the mapping automatically and instantly is J0(Left). I disabled the other controllers and got the same thing. I've used this controller with this emulator before. What's going on?
well I've noticed one thing, that may or may not be pertinent to some here: I download my files onto my C (system) drive, and with SNES 9x, I used to put them on my D just after the download but before doing the settings. Apparently, that didn't play nice with my config file and the issue I described a few mins ago occurred. Then I tried downloading, extracting and setting the config on my C drive. and then moving it to my D drive, and it worked. Is this related to issues others may be having?
actually, I think I've realized what was going on, and since this fix, I've not had issues again: I have a Razer camera with additional apps (besides the camera itself) that start upon startup, thus automatically run until I stop them. Once I turned them off, no more probs! So in case you get issues like this, see here