Windows 10: PS4 on Windows 10 with DS4Windows Troubleshoot
PS4 on Windows 10 with DS4Windows Troubleshoot
I am trying to use my PS4 controller on my PC with the program DS4Windows. Initially, it worked perfectly, but something got screwed up and now it doesn't. When I plug it in or try to connect it through bluetooth, it registers as "Unknown USB Device (Configuration Descriptor Request Failed)". Before, it would register as "XBox Controller", and it would be given its own menu in the device manager. I've also double checked the controller with my lap top using DS4Windows and it works properly, so I'm pretty sure this is an issue with the the installation or the driver assignments on the PC being screwed up somehow. I have uninstalled the program and reinstalled it, and it doesn't fix the problem. I've also uninstalled and installed the driver (Virtual Bus Driver) using ScpDriver, but that doesn't work either.
Any ideas how to fix this? I was going to try to reinstall the drivers for the XBox controller that Windows 10 comes with and then try reinstalling the program, but I'm not sure how I would do that.
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