Problem with Multiple Teensy LC Game Gontollers on Windows 10

Hello everyone,,
The Title pretty much says it all..

What is happening is that I have a Teensy that I have done all of my development on and have had it working fully connected to Windows 10.. The problem is when I program a second Teensy LC programmed with the same code it shows up as a game device and registers with windows but when I go to Game properties it Does not show the Button Test Interface it just gives me the problem with device calibrate line...

I am wondering what might be causing this and how to get around it.. I am using the USB.c to set-up a name for the device and I am wondering if I am missing something in there that is not allowing it to detect the Second Teensy as an independent device and therefore it is thinking that the device is the same device but "not exactly" causing it to error on the testing.

I.E. do I need to set up a serial number for each one in the USB.c or something else to indicate a completely different device?

Please help as I would like to be able to run multiple devices on a single computer or at the least be able to connect a different device and have it actually read it.

Thank you,

I cannot speak specifically about your issue.

But newer USB standards USB 3.0 or higher can on occasion cause problems with Arduino hardware depending on the chipset implementation.
The most common fix is to insert a reputable powered USB 2.0 hub between the higher USB and the Arduino.

Another cause is driver updates from Microsoft.
In that case it is often better to roll back that update to the original manufacturer driver to test and if that is the cause then go get the driver from the manufacturer site and not Microsoft.

Just a couple of things to be aware of and maybe try out.