EDIT: Again, somehow like the last problem, I've seemed to fix it on my own. Actually, it's even better than last time as all buttons seem to work so I can use the D-pad like normal and assign every button that's on my controller. Anyone who's had this issue, I hopefully can help you here. Firstly, I've completely disconnected my DS4 from my computer, this is done by holding the 'PS' button for 10 seconds before the light shuts off (I recommend having the light on in your profile so you can tell if you've completely turned it off.)
Secondly, go to your bluetooth, rolex replica watches and remove the 'Xbox 360 controller' and your DS4 controller as well, then restart your computer. I don't know if this matters but it sure did for me and it made me feel like I was making something work. Thirdly, go back into DS4Windows and go to settings, turn on 'Hide DS4 Controller' then go to 'Controller/Driver Setup' open it, it'll ask for permissions. Go ahead and pick yes, it isn't going to steal your credit card information. Then DON'T click a thing on that window that pops up. It should have a picture of a controller on it. Go to your bluetooth settings where all your bluetooth devices would be at and then pair your controller. This would be holding the 'Share' button and then hold your 'PS' button. Eventually the lightbar on your controller should flash white. Similar to a light on a work truck. Now pair your controller to your PC. Once you do, conglaturaisins! You just did something!
How does this help you? If you've had a similar setup like me. You'll notice it was extremely finicky. Either over half of the buttons didn't work, or only the bare bones did. All because you wanted some of that sweet, sweet Gyro action because you're poor like me. So again, congratulations on undercutting the racing wheel market!
Anyway, if this helped anyone else, or like... The three people who play with a dualshock 4 on here, I hope this helps
Edited by Dunderbolt, Nov 22 2019 - 11:40 PM.