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Window 10 MH Issue
« on: December 15, 2019, 04:25:45 am »
 :dunno I'm not sure where to go with this now for MAME hooker.  I am setting up a windows 10 64 bit PC to run MAME shooter games, as I plan to build a positional gun joystick cab.  I have MAME64 0.209 running sweet, but no luck with Mame Hooker.   

When loaded I can't see any of my devices under "Show Supported Devices" in Mame Hooker.  I followed the tutorial and see nothing for my XBOX 360 controller or my ledwiz. I am running my PC as local admin with full rights with Access User Controls turned down to lowest setting, all folders have the right attributes sets and I did run MH as admin first time.

If I enter "test" I can trigger the rumblers on the Xbox 360 controller.
If I run Mame64 (0.209) with MH open I get no outputs being alerted to as found (even with the options turned on in MH).

I'm building a shooter cab and would love to get my gun coils firing, but can get past this first step to recognise the my output devices.

Any ideas I could try, I'm at a big loss here?? Thanks in advance.