Windows 10 fix not working. In-game camera movement not working properly. Any help/solution will be greatly appreciated.
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I have the same problem, I thougt it's just temporary but it seems like I'm not the only one.
It would be very helpful if you describe the problem exactly. The statement that the fix does not work doesn't lead to a result. Is the camera jerking or spinning very fast and uncontrolled or what exactly is the problem? Have you already read through the other topics here in the forum and tried out solutions?
So far, our fix has actually fixed all known issues with Windows 10, and most players have not had any problems - even with the latest version of Windows 10. Accurate information will enable us to locate the possible cause of the issue effectively..
Apologies for the short post from earlier. The windows 10 fix shows an error "The fix is not compatible with your operating system." when i click on it.
I'm currently experiencing weird camera movements in-game. To describe it more accurately, it seems to be stuttering/spinning/moving too fast.
And yes I have read through the post by Neon on Problems under Windows 10 but I can't seem to open the link provided inside.
I'm currently on Windows 10 (1803) Pro
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Please open a command prompt window by pressing Win+R and then typing
In command prompt, enter
java -XshowSettings:properties -versionand search for the entry starting with "os.name". What does it say?
It says java version "1.8.0_211"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_211-b12)
Java Hotspot(TM) Client VM (build 25.211-b12, mixed mode)
Meanwhile, I'm searching the web for other fixes to see if there are any other solutions.
I need the info for the line showing "os.name", you have to scroll up a little. The fix doesn't recognize your Windows 10 Pro for some reason, that's why it says it's incompatible.
This command will only print the relevant info:
java -XshowSettings:properties -version 2>&1 | find /I "os."
java -XshowSettings:properties -version 2>&1 | find /I "os." shows
os.arch = x86
os.name = Windows 10
os.version = 10.0
Then there's no reason that you get the error message about an incompatible OS.
You could try deinstalling all Java versions on your system and then installing Java again with restarts in between.
Cool! Re-installing Java worked!