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Games switch from Not Responding to Responding

Discussion in 'Games' started by wolgs, Aug 13, 2019.

  1. wolgs

    wolgs It's My Birthday! Thread Starter

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    Hello! First of all, thank you for looking at this thread. I am currently having an issues with games and their ability to run properly. Im not a computer guy, im kinda clueless. My brother built it for me and now im having issues and have not had any success in finding a solution. So the breakdown, I will open a game, weather steam, or a non- steam game for example Minecraft. The app will open fine and will continue to run, however when I pull up task manager, it says not responding. The game always swtiches from responding to not responding very quickly. It keeps changing and it resets my controlls. So if im running, when it doesn't respond and then responds again, ill have to press the "w" key in order to move in said game. ive looked up some fix's and nothing has helped, if you have any idea how to fix that would be amazing if you let me knew. Thank you!
     
  2. lunarlander

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    Are you using a joystick/controller ?

    Or are you saying you must use ONLY the 'w' key ?

    Or are you saying that you have to press any key ?
     
  3. wolgs

    wolgs It's My Birthday! Thread Starter

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    I am using a keyboard and mouse. The issues is not the keys, its just when I move, it goes to "not responding" and when it switches back to "responding". This resets all of my controls. I then just have to press the "w" key again in order to move foward because that is what i use for all games.
     
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