A week or so ago, my computer fucked up, so I've had to replace the motherboard and processor, and reinstall Windows and everything, as well as get a new hard drive. I have most things set up, but for some reason, when I try to use JoytoKey, it doesn't recognize my Super NES or Genesis controllers that are plugged in via my Retrode II. I don't understand what the issue is. JoytoKey recognizes my 360 controller fine (but I have no desire to use it when playing 2D games...), and I know my computer itself recognizes the Retrode II, because I can see the Retrode II in my list of plugged-in devices, and pressing buttons on either the Super NES or Genesis controllers causes the light in front of the device to shine... so physically, everything is in working order. I don't know why JoytoKey would all of a sudden not recognize my Retrode-connected controllers anymore, when they worked just fine before my hardware changes. I've tried downloading the newest available version of JoytoKey, in case it might have been fixed, but neither version of the program will recognize my Retrode-connected Super NES or Genesis controllers. They only recognize my 360 controller.
How can I fix this? Googling isn't coming up with any info.
EDIT: Unplugging and switching the device between a few different USB ports fixed the issue.
Last Edit: Jun 29, 2016 19:59:56 GMT -5 by X-pert74
Also note if you edit the config file, the Retrode also has an option to actually behave like a keyboard. If your game supports keyboard remapping but no gamepad support (or Xinput only), you can also use this mode.