How do I do “DirectVR Scan”? I just want to use my Xbone controller.

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    I’ve been trying to play Dragon’s Dogma with VorpX, using my Xbone controller as usual… but VorpX was interfering with the controls, and there was nothing in the game settings that allowed me to play as normal with the Xbone controller (VorpX keeps trying to make it emulate keyboard keys and screws up all the assignments)…
    SO I searched for info on how to get it to work… and there was some stuff about “DirectVR Scan” and running that should allegedly make the controller work properly… except I have no idea whatsoever what this “DirectVR Scan” thing is, nor how to run it, and there doesn’t seem to be any available info anywhere on how to run the damned thing.

    So… help?!

    I mean VorpX doesn’t need to interfere with my Xbone Controller settings for Dragon’s Dogma since that game allows simultaneous controller and mouse input…


    The DirectVR memory scan is only available in some games (indicated in the top/left corner of the game window if supported).

    However, if you are 100% sure that the game handles simultaneous controller and mouse input correctly, you can simply disable the ‘X-Box Gamepad Override’ option on the input page of the menu. If you don’t experience any input weirdness afterwards (e.g. head tracking dropouts, gamepad movement stutter or similarly odd things) all is well and the game in question does indeed correctly handle mouse and gamepad at the same time.

    BTW: the built-in gamepad to mouse/kb mapper that makes it possible to use your gamepad together with mouse based head tracking even in games that can’t handle both simultaneously is a fairly feature rich program in itself, the mapping can be fully configured to your liking (also on the input page of the menu).

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