08-11-2012 08:44 PM
For certain parts of a game (Toontown), I use the Dual Action controller for interaction. I have successfully set the buttons and X/Y axis of both joysticks and used them. Recently though, despite doing reboots and uninstalling/reinstalling the LGS, it simply refuses to interact with the game unless I enable the persistent profile option. I've also tried unplugging and replugging the gamepad to see if any of that would work. Usually any time that I have anything like this happen, I would have gotten it working by now by doing any number of the things I've already tried. Either by exiting and restarting the profiler or unplugging/replugging the gamepad, but nothing more than that.
Is there any way to do a 100% uninstall the LGS so I can attempt a pure/fresh install? I mean some way to remove entries from the registry and any extra files from the hard drive. Or any ideas on what else I can try?
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08-15-2012 04:08 PM - edited 08-15-2012 04:09 PM
- Make sure you have the correct .exe file selected for the profile, first run the game then open the Task Manager while the game is running in the background
- In Task Manager, right-click the game you want to associate your profile with and select "Go To Process.
- In the next window, right-click the highlighted .exe file and select "Open File Location."
- A Windows Explorer window will appear that shows the .exe of the game.
To find the directory of the game, click once in the file address bar at the top of the window. Windows will display the current directory.
Return to your Logitech Profiler window and browse to that directory, select the game .exe and click OK.
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08-15-2012 08:08 PM - edited 08-15-2012 08:09 PM
OOF. As soon as I saw the thing about the path, I remembered that I was using the 'true' path to the install of the game instead of the linked path. (It's installed to C:\Program Files (x86)\ but the true location is on U: not C:, it hard links from C: to U: and sooo...) So when I went along the installed path instead of the real location, it started working again. Thanks!