"Input not supported supported." error when you try to play game PC

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I'm playing a PC game, but it comes up with this message saying "Input not supported." How to solve this problem?

Hello

1. what operating system is installed on the computer?

2. the problem persists with all the games?

Update the display drivers and check if the problem persists.

Updated a hardware driver that is not working properly

Update a hardware driver that is not working properly (Windows Vista)

How to manage devices in Windows XP

Hope this information helps.

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