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  1. Was this on a Vive Pro 2 or on a different headset?
  2. I'm not sure how to go about doing that as it was closing the Vive Console that would turn off the headset. How would I submit the log via the console after closing it?
  3. This started happening about a week ago and I just spent 2 hours installing/reinstalling software trying to figure out a way to make things work. After using the Vive Pro 2, amount of time doesn't matter, closing Steam VR and the Vive console does not result in the headset going to sleep/powering down, the light on the headset stays green instead of turning red. This means that if I turn off the link box, damage is done to the headset. Is anyone else seeing this happen? I'll put my system specs below. I had been using the version of the Vive Console that was installed outside of steam (I don't remember the version exactly 2.0..... up to date but not a beta), I just today tried the steam version ( to see if that would make a difference but they both have the issue. I ran the steam file integrity check and didn't find any issues. I'm out of the warranty period so if anything happens to this headset I'm never buying a Vive again, It's been non-stop issues for me. I've been trying very had to keep this headset going because I like how sharp the display is, but this feels like vive is trying to kill the headset.
  4. With all three headsets it persists for a bit and then starts to fade. I did a test yesterday and turned off the linkbox before exiting steamvr and it cam right back. With the first headset I eventually noticed that it was causing color saturation to degrade. with the current headset I'm realizing it's as if the LCD is getting a voltage spike sent trough it causing instant burn in. so this is a degenerative issue and the more it happens the more it damages the LCD. With the first headset i continued using it for a while and eventually it wouldn't go away.
  5. I'm also running into this again. I've had soo much trouble with the vive pro 2. I've already RMA'd 3 times. first 2 times were because of this exact issue. 3rd was for buzzing headphones. Now I'm running into this again and it's 30 days out of warranty. Vive wants to charge me for the repair. I'm not going to pay to fix a product that have never properly worked. The first and fourth headset had this start with both eye LCD at the same time. With the second headset it started on the right eye. It looks to me like either the wires in the LCD are degrading or the LCD driver is degrading. seems to be common that it starts at the outer sides and moves inwards? could be the LCD is not mounted properly and stress/strain is causing this? just guessing. very unhappy with Vive.
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