If you're experiencing a problem with one of my programs, please fill out and submit the following bug report form. You may also want to check out my list of known problems.
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Don't expect me to solve a reported problem in a short time; sometimes, I'm even too busy to answer your messages.. Anyway, every bug report is carefully considered and I'll do my best to fix the program, especially if it is in the general interest. Also, take a look at the Known Problems section of this page before sending anything.
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Use JoyEm instead of JoyEmu; be sure to put the emulator as the first command in your AUTOEXEC.BAT; you could try to insert the command in different positions, depending on your configuration.
Nonsense. JoyEmu and JoyCP are virus free. The original package is AV certified (run pkunzip -t and you should get correct AV certification from Simone Zanella Productions for each program). There is an old version of antivirus package (Pc-Cillin) which emits false reports for them, but McAfee VirusScan or F-Prot don't issue any warning.
This problem is fixed in versions 3.1 and later.
This bug is fixed in version 4.1; it was caused by a bug in system bios.
This problem has been reported with motherboards equipped with Intel TX chipset, if JoyEm(u) is active when you shut down Windows 95; it is not a big problem in itself; just turn off emulation before shutting down and everything will work as expected. Actually, emulation should always stay disabled, except when really needed, because in this way you will get the best performance from your system all the time. By the way, this behaviour happens sometimes even when JoyEmu was not loaded, and seems a problem connected to Microsoft Internet Explorer.
This problem is fixed in versions 4.0 and later.
This can happen especially with keyboard emulation via mouse; it is caused by a slow mouse driver; replace the driver or use Windows 95. Sometimes, even joystick emulation can cause such a problem; it is always a speed issue, which should be partially relieved by version 4.0 (which is faster). Anyway, under Windows 95 the problem disappears.
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