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keyboard mouse and controller prob...
#1
why is it that every time i play this emulator maybe for an hour or 2 my keyboard mouse and controller suddenly stop working? even if i re insert it in my ports it doesn't work... i have to restart my PC every time this happens...
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#2
Never heard of that, but a little more information would be nice(what mouse/keyboard? PC Specs? Game?)
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#3
oh ah razer deathstalker, naga hex, onimusha 2Wackoamurai's destiny
i5 3570k
asus sabertooth z77
radeon 280x toxic
corsair 4 gb
and a generic controller
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#4
(11-07-2014, 04:54 AM)bukopie Wrote: oh ah razer deathstalker, naga hex, onimusha 2Wackoamurai's destiny
i5 3570k
asus sabertooth z77
radeon 280x toxic
corsair 4 gb
and a generic controller

what about your mouse and keyboard.
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#5
razer death stalker and razer naga hex
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#6
(11-07-2014, 05:09 AM)bukopie Wrote: razer death stalker and razer naga hex

what pcsx2 version are you using and post your emulog..
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#7
I'm using the 1.0.0 version and where can i find the emulog?
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#8
(11-07-2014, 05:46 AM)bukopie Wrote: I'm using the 1.0.0 version and where can i find the emulog?

that's outdated try getting one of the recent revs. you can find emulog at the log's folder at your pcsx2 directory.
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#9
I would look into the eventviewer of windows (Windows-Key + R -> eventvwr)

Under windows 'protocols' \ 'system' you can probably find the relevant information.

I would enable a filter and display everything except for 'information'-events
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(11-07-2014, 10:06 AM)willkuer Wrote: I would look into the eventviewer of windows (Windows-Key + R -> eventvwr)

Under windows 'protocols' \ 'system' you can probably find the relevant information.

I would enable a filter and display everything except for 'information'-events

how would that help.
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