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  1. Thanks, but I found the problem. It had to do with the drivers to my Xbox One Controllers, they didn't work. Thank you though!
  2. Hello there, first of all a big thank you for providing this software, it's amazing! I've been trying to play Four Swords Adventure with a friend on my laptop and we've gotten very close. I can now connect multiple VBA-Ms to a Dolphin game and have them register as controllers. The game will start, but then, we can't control our VBA-Ms simultaneously, even though "Pause when inactive" is unchecked and we are, ofcourse, using separate controls. When I switch from one VBA-M to the other, by selecting it with my mouse, I can then control the other VBA-M. So I can switch between them, just not use them at the same time! Switching controls from Xbox One controllers to, for example, keyboard, doesn't work either. When I open two VBA-Ms and open a normal GBA game, I can control both of them at the same time. Hence, the problem occurs once I link them to my Dolpin emulator. I've tried using many different versions of both VBA-M and Dolphin, and I've always come across the same problem. These are the versions I've tried: VBA-M: VBA-M-r-1181 VBA-M-r-1229 VBA-M 1206 Dolphin: 3.5-1381 4.0-4811 I haven't gotten the VBA-M link to work with Dolphin 5.0. I'm using Windows 10. Really hoping that someone here can help! Thank you!
  3. Hello there, first of all a big thank you for providing this software, it's amazing! I've been trying to play Four Swords Adventure with a friend on my laptop and we've gotten very close. I can now connect multiple VBA-Ms to a Dolphin game and have them register as controllers. The game will start, but then, we can't control our VBA-Ms simultaneously, even though "Pause when inactive" is unchecked and we are, ofcourse, using separate controls. When I switch from one VBA-M to the other, by selecting it with my mouse, I can then control the other VBA-M. So I can switch between them, just not use them at the same time! Switching controls from Xbox One controllers to, for example, keyboard, doesn't work either. When I open two VBA-Ms and open a normal GBA game, I can control both of them at the same time. Hence, the problem occurs once I link them to my Dolpin emulator. I've tried using many different versions of both VBA-M and Dolphin, and I've always come across the same problem. These are the versions I've tried: VBA-M: VBA-M-r-1181 VBA-M-r-1229 VBA-M 1206 Dolphin: 3.5-1381 4.0-4811 I haven't gotten the VBA-M link to work with Dolphin 5.0. I'm using Windows 10. Really hoping that someone here can help! Thank you!
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