Trying to use PGP with VRC Pro - corrupt profile error
Windows 7, 64 bit
Genuine wired XBOX 360 controller
Game: VRC Pro
I can't seperate the X and Y axis on my wired XBOX 360 controller because Pinnacle Game Profiler reports a corrupt profile error when I specify the VRC Pro executable as a target and click "Play". If I specify another game executable as the target it will apply the profile and launch the game successfully.
I've tried running PGP as admin and as a standard user, with the same result.
I've tried setting the game and launcher executables to run as admin as well as standard, same result.
I've installed the game in the root of my D: drive as well as within the "D:\Program Files (x86)" folder - same result.
I've installed PGP in the root of my D: drive as well as within the "D:\Program Files (x86)" folder - same result.
Log file in "\AppData\Roaming\PowerUp Software\Pinnacle Game Profiler" contains no errors.
Now I'm stumped! I've attached a screenshot of the error. Grateful for any assistance!
I wonder if it would be the same error if you right-click PGP and "run as administrator" when you start the program.
Hi, thanks for your reply. Yes, I've tried that already as above.
Originally Posted by horlix
Just curious, did you make your own profile or did you download a profile from the forums?
Originally I made my own. Then I tried a profile from the forums, which could be applied succesfully until I changed the advanced associations to my game directory at which point the error returned.
Originally Posted by Pinnacle [Errol]
Interestingly, if I chose "notepad" as the target executable, a couple of dll files are dropped into the folder in which notepad resides when the configuration is applied. These files never appear in the problematic game folder which does make it sound like a permissions problem.
I've been trying to get PGP working as well and it just seems incompatible with VRC Pro right now. Doesn't matter what profile is used. Even trying to load an empty one results in the error when the game is launched. Picking another executable using the same profile works fine.
Originally Posted by Pinnacle [Rob]
How you can separate the X and Y axis of the left analog? I use a XBOX 360 wireless. (I play too to VRC PRO)