I went into controllers and uninstalled the driver, now only the Xbox 360 wireless receiver remains. Should I uninstall that as well? I think I had problems even with wired controllers so I don't think that's the issue. And I'm not sure where I put my install disc for the wireless receiver...http://i.imgur.com/fR8egwA.png
What about all those USB devices? Could they be messing something up?
Also I have a lot of HID's, could they be messing something up?http://i.imgur.com/LDHUXgz.png
I'm a little weary about uninstalling ALL of them, I'm not sure what most of them are, but I'll do it if I have to.Edit:
Here's something strange I've noticed but never mentioned before.
In the controllers properties window, with both controllers on, it lists the first controller I turn on second, and the second controller I turn on, first in the list. I don't know if there's any significance there.
The properties window for controller 2 appears normal.http://i.imgur.com/wavBMDR.png
The properties window for controller 1 however looks messed up:http://i.imgur.com/S1ZfpaI.png
These controllers work great in local multiplayer Steam games, but malfunction in emulators and Mari0 for some reason.Edit again:
Well, this is interesting. I turned off both controllers. I then turned only ONE on, the one that had the messed up properties window.
It appears perfectly fine.
Then I turned the other controller on.
The properties window that looked fine before is now not responding to the first controller. It's responding to the second.
WIndows is changing the Joypad ID of the controller once a second one comes on apparently. I have no idea why it would do this.