It does work, but it completely shuts off the Desktop Window Manager (dwm.exe) which I'd rather not do.Igor wrote: ↑May 5th, 2020, 9:52 amHi rednecked_crake,
Have you tried to use the "Forced Stop" button? If yes, and that didn't help, please send me the report from the program.
In order to send the report you should right click to the system tray icon of the program, choose Help -> Report a bug", and in the opened dialog enter your e-mail and a short description of the problem.
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@ECHO OFF echo. echo Shutting down... echo. :: Disabling hitbox & arcade stick prior to shutdown. F:\Apps\devmanview-x64\DevManView.exe /disable "USB\VID_1BAD&PID_F03A\114ADCAB" F:\Apps\devmanview-x64\DevManView.exe /disable "USB\VID_2C22&PID_2303\8730F4EA" :: Shutting down shutdown.exe /s /t 00
No, the Forced Stop doesn't shut off the processes. It just closes the file connections that a process made to the device. It's that same as if the device is disconnected. So I'd suggest you to try it and if that works you probably do not need the tricks you described. Besides with USB Safely Remove you do not need to use devcon at all, since you can disable (and then enable) a device directly in the menu. Just right click to the device and choose "Disable device":
rednecked_crake, can you send us the report from the program so that I can investigate why the program cannot forcibly stop the Hitbox device?