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when trying to configure the controller the emulator immediately defaults to 0:U or sometimes NONE(the keys defaut to "NONE" when I start DS4 when I am running Xebra and try to configure the controller ) when I press any button on the controller but do get configured to keyboard inputs

I have tried using DS4 and ran the emulator in windows compatibility mode to no avail

can anyone help?
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Some clarifications, never expect a emulator be working to 100% out of the box in any PC with any OS version. Many have very specific dll versions requirements of DirectX, Visual C++ Redistributable, wnaspi32, zlib, etc.

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If the virtual input give you problems, use the analog one.
 

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Some clarifications, never expect a emulator be working to 100% out of the box in any PC with any OS version. Many have very specific dll versions requirements of DirectX, Visual C++ Redistributable, wnaspi32, zlib, etc.

See this:

If the virtual input give you problems, use the analog one.
I was looking at that and it still doesn't work. Everything is working fine BUT that.

Dude made a convoluted input system. I can't even do it by my keyboard. It fucking sucks.
 

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The xebra 171102 is now out there.

@Donkeyjack, if you can't even configure it with your keyboard. The controller problem is the least of your problems. Maybe a keylogger like application is interfering.
You can try disabling fast boot in your BIOS too. This option may cause strange problems with the USB ports.
 

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Hi, don't know if anyone solved this yet, but go into DS4windows/settings tab and check 'Hide DS4 controller'. This should allow you to input the buttons on the xebra map. If this doesn't work also try setting your default path to the xebra.exe, this had me scratching my head too.
 
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