Error Message When Using GLOsc



  • Originally posted by Nietzsche


    Hello. I recently purchased the Steam Controller then discovered I had to import all of my Windows games to Steam AND update the drivers, install GLOsc, change the .bat to .exe and so on. This is all new to me. ANYWAY I am getting an error message now when I try to launch Modern Combat 5 and play with the Steam Controller. It says: "Error Initializing ViGEM!" and I have no idea what that means or what to do about it. The Steam Controller is not working well with the video game although some functions are there, they are not easy to modify.
    Thank you for your help.



  • Originally posted by nefarius


    Heya!

    Disclaimer: I'm not the GloSC-guy, you should find help at his repository.

    Typically this error is caused by either the bus driver not being installed (or working properly) or a version compatibility check has failed.

    I assumed you followed the GloSC installation steps?



  • Originally posted by svyatogor92


    For all of You struggling with "Error Initializing ViGEM". All You need to do is:

      1. Uninstall GloSC.
      1. Run PowerShell x86 (not x64 or standard) as an Admin.
      1. Enable running unsigned scripts by entering: "set-executionpolicy remotesigned".
      1. Run GloSC installer as an Administrator

    Installer will install GloSC and ViGem script without any problem.

    Hope it will help.


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