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Hello!

I'm using cemu 1.72 and games like Bayonetta and XCX don't run into my emulator because when I start loading pops a message saying "the controller disconnected, press any button to return" and obviously I press all the asigned buttons in the keyboard but nothing happens.

Do any of you know how to deal with this?

Thank you!
 

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Hello!

I'm using cemu 1.72 and games like Bayonetta and XCX don't run into my emulator because when I start loading pops a message saying "the controller disconnected, press any button to return" and obviously I press all the asigned buttons in the keyboard but nothing happens.

Do any of you know how to deal with this?

Thank you!

It's impossible to help you without WAY more information than you're providing.

We need PC spec AND exactly what game controller you're using.
What CEMU settings you've tried.
What else have you tried.
 

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It's impossible to help you without WAY more information than you're providing.

We need PC spec AND exactly what game controller you're using.
What CEMU settings you've tried.
What else have you tried.

Ok sorry;

I have a PC with Windows 10. It is an i7 with 2.4GHz, and 8GB of RAM.
It is 64 bits system with x64 proccesor. I am using the keyboard to play the game. My GPU is nvidia geforce 920M.

The config in the cemu 1.7.2 was:
All the standard options but:
-the GPU buffer cache accuracy which was low.
 

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Do you have an actual game controller you can try? An XBox 360/One or PS3/4 controller should work just fine. I've never used the keyboard option in CEMU, personally.
 
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