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Originally posted by impliedword:. I changed the Event log and it shows a faulting error in C: Looks like Microsoft need to update the Dinpug8.dll controller driver for Windows 8.
The Walking Dead Season 2 Windows 8 Crash Fix
Once you have downloaded the file, extract it from its. Maybe, maybe not, that’s not important. Quick Links Categories Recent Discussions. Look through the game executable using a text editor? Further it doesn’t have any xinput exports.
Showing 1 – 15 of 25 comments. Yeah, but there are so much dinput8. The game should now work fine and allow you to use your controller as well. Discussions Rules and Guidelines. On Win 7 and older, you would simply need to remove this other file. This is ONLY to be used to report spam, advertising, and problematic harassment, fighting, or rude posts.
I’m one of them, I’ve found a solution and I share it here, that’s all.
I notice that windows disconnects and reconnect the controller when games start on my system. Share Tweet Share Submit.
July edited July Regardless of what you win 7’ers may think except for this one isolated incedent with TellTale games. Thread starter Ziuber18 Start date Apr 15, The customization tools available to the Windows 8 user win hands down. Log in or Sign up. Anybody got it to work? All of the critics against W8 are about people bothered by deae full screen start menu in W8 vs just a menu in W7.
It’s an unplayable mess right now, it was working perfectly on my same laptop last week when I was playing this on Win 7 64bit.
The Walking Dead won’t launch on Windows 8 Pro bit — Telltale Community
All trademarks are property of their respective owners in the US and other countries. Yep this work-around seems to get things going W8 Faulting package-relative application ID: Dinput8.dpl in Windows 8 64bit it wouldn’t launch. Thankfully, there is a simple fix for it. Every time I try to open the setup it doesn’t do anything.
I’m deadd saying the files posted here do, but it’s really not an IT Security best practice to do that. There’s a good chance Windows 8 uses a different directory for save games, but since it’s not currently a supported platform, we can’t speculate on this.
Originally posted by Mr. Any help from TellTale or others would be greatly appreciated.