This is a pretty technical question, so I apologize in advance for any long-windedness.
I'm using a Wii U Pro Controller, connected to my PC via Bluetooth, in conjunction with a program called WiinUSoft (an evolution of WiinUPro that simplifies things a bit), a setup that works great for the most part.
Some games, however, have "ghost inputs", typically in the form of the camera or character constantly moving to the left. Some games I've read about or played that do this are Insurgency, Sonic Adventure, Endless Legend, and GTA: San Andreas, all of which I believe are available on Steam.
The solution to this problem is to go into device manager and disable any "HID-compliant game controller" devices you have. I discovered this on my own, but here's an example from another forum of someone doing the same: http://forums.amplitude-studios.com/showthread.php?27147-0.4.0-Camera-is-moving-automatically-to-the-left/page2
This is annoying, but works fine for games where I want to use the mouse and keyboard. However, Sonic Adventure was the first game I came across where both this problem existed AND I actually wanted to use a controller.
The problem is that the "HID-compliant game controller" is the HID that is registered by the Bluetooth stack when I connect my Wii U Pro Controller. So disabling it disables my controller as well.
So, does anybody know of a way to solve this problem, or are there any ideas I can try? Have people had this issue with any other bluetooth controllers in certain games (as I believe this is a more general problem with bluetooth rather than the hardware or software I'm using)?