If you’re getting the “InputMapper Failed to Connect Exclusively” error when you try to launch InputMapper, don’t worry, we’ve got the fix.
This error is usually caused by InputMapper trying to launch before your controller is connected or by another program using your controller’s inputs.
To fix the “InputMapper Failed to Connect Exclusively” error, make sure your controller is connected and try launching InputMapper again. If that doesn’t work, try restarting your computer.
If you’re still having trouble, you can try uninstalling and reinstalling InputMapper or contacting the support team for help.
Fix: InputMapper Failed to Connect Exclusively
What is the problem?
If you’re seeing the error message “InputMapper Failed to Connect Exclusively,” it means that the InputMapper program is having trouble connecting to your controller. This can be caused by a few different things, but the most likely culprit is that another program is using the controller.
To fix this, you’ll need to make sure that no other programs are using the controller. You can do this by disconnecting the controller from your computer, and then reconnecting it. Once the controller is connected, open InputMapper and try to connect to the controller again. If this doesn’t work, you may need to restart your computer.
How to fix it?
If you’re getting the “InputMapper Failed to Connect Exclusively” error, it means that another application is already using the controller you’re trying to use. To fix this, you’ll need to close the other application or disconnect the controller from the other device.
If you are still having trouble getting InputMapper to connect exclusively, there are a few other resources that may be able to help you.
The first is the InputMapper support forum, where you can ask for help from other users and the developers of the software.
The second is the InputMapper GitHub page, where you can find the latest development versions of the software and report any bugs you may have found.
Finally, if you are comfortable with editing the Windows registry, there is a registry key that can be modified to force InputMapper to run in exclusive mode. However, this should only be done as a last resort, as it can potentially cause problems with other software on your system.
-Check that the controller is properly powered and connected
-Make sure that the InputMapper software is up to date
-Run the InputMapper software as an administrator
-If using a wireless controller, try connecting it directly to the computer with a micro USB cable
-Reset the controller by pressing the small reset button on the back
-Try restarting the computer
InputMapper failed to connect exclusively because the device was already in use by another application. This can be fixed by closing the other application that is using the device, or by restarting the computer.