Carman Posted January 17, 2022 Share Posted January 17, 2022 Hello, I recently acquired an HTC Vive Pro Eye that I want to run on my laptop. As I don't have a DisplayPort (normal or mini) on my laptop, I bought a DisplayPort to usb-c 4k 3840x2160 60Hz adapter. The device is recognized by the computer as an additional screen that I can configure as "Extend Display". However, steamVR doesn't detect it and return an error 213. The Viveport installation of the headset detect the usb connection, but not the DisplayPort connection. I checked that the usb-c port is directly connected to the NVIDIA graphics card. It is also capable of supporting DisplayPort 1.4. I have tried to activate the Direct Display Mode. To repair the headset from steamVR. The HTC Vive check config program detect no problem except that the graphic card is a bit light. The laptop is new, The VR headset also (and work on another computer with a Mini DisplayPort to Mini DisplayPort cable) and the cable Mini DisplayPort to DisplayPort cable (use for this computer) is the one in the Vive box. I don't understand why steamVR and Viveport don't detect the headset normally, while it is detected as a screen. Someone can help me to fix the problem. Thanks. SteamVR error: Laptop: Headset Display Disconnected. Please make sure your video cables are securely connected to your laptop. Laptops may require special setup to work with VR When I click on "more information" the website for the 208 error appear. Laptop config: https://www.lenovo.com/be/fr/laptops/thinkbook/thinkbook-series/ThinkBook-16p-G2-ACH/p/XXTBXPEA600 Version of driver for graphic card : 15-12-21 (220.127.116.1129) Adapter config: https://i-tec.pro/fr/produkt/c31metaldp60hz-4/ Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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