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  1. So.. I love VJoy for what it is, however some games/programs hate it. The usual undesirable behavior I run into is the game detecting a joystick giving "UP" or "LEFT" constantly, disallowing menu navigation, controller re-mapping, etc.. I was trying to configure some PC games this morning (Crawl and Guilty Gear Xrd) and finally got FED UP with it. After doing some research, I found a solution. DEVCON (Windows Device Console) is a tool out of some Windows SDK kit (read more here if you're interested). I peeled out just the necessary EXE file (devcon.exe) and have written a bat file that will disable/enable VJoy. "vjoy disable.bat" - Calls devcon to disable vjoy devices in windows device manager "vjoy enable.bat" - Calls devcon to enable vjoy devices in windows device manager You'll need to right-click devcon.exe and set to "Run this program as an administrator". Run the bat files with windows device manager open a few times and make sure the VJoy device enable/disable files are working as intended. If they're working you should see the icon for the VJoy device change when disabled and go-back when re-enabled. You can set these BAT files to run on launch and upon exit of a given game within PC launcher. Depending on what state you want VJoy in by default will determine which order you run them in. Here's how I run mine on games that freak out when VJoy is enabled: PreLaunch: "vjoy disable.bat" PostExit: "vjoy enable.bat" Download devcon with vjoy bat files HERE I know I can't be the only one running into this issue. Hopefully this keeps someone from putting their fist through a wall..
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