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I'm sorry to hear that you're having issues with your Switch Controller. Is it still happening?
I've updated Steam Input to recognize your controller as a Switch controller and it should be supported in a beta release soon. I'll let you know when we've released a version with the change included.
Hi, we've just released a beta that properly identifies your controller as a Switch variant. If you haven't used a Steam beta release before you can find details for switching to it here:
However, my one doesn't have the Insten logo, so it might be an unofficial... 3rd party controller? When you buy stuff off of eBay you can never be too sure :p Thanks again for the help.
If you uninstall vJoy your controller should start showing up to Steam as a Switch controller. You should be able to from Programs & Features, if not follow instructions here[vjoystick.sourceforge.net]. You may also want to check out this thread[github.com] if your controller doesn't show up to Steam after uninstalling vJoy as some input remappers install a driver that blocks your controllers from showing up as regular input devices to keep programs from seeing them when they shouldn't.
Thanks for the quick response, by the way.
Here is the link https://www.amazon.com/Wireless-Bluetooth-Controller-Vibration-Nintendo-NES/dp/B07G124R7R.
And I am using this JYS adapter to connect this controller to my pc. It can be connected here with wire or wireless but I use bluetooth wireless on this to. Link of the adapter here.
I also did try to do the beta Steam update and still the same. Please help!
Most multi-platform dongles like that get their compatibility from making the wireless controllers that are connected look like other controllers that the system recognizes. It appears that the PC setting on the dongle makes all connected controllers look like Xbox controllers to the system.
Try connecting it to your PC with the dongle set to the Switch setting and see if that gets Steam to see it as a Switch controller.