Synthesis Posted January 16, 2018 Share Posted January 16, 2018 That's strange. I'd recommend just clearing out the USB drivers and probably doing a SteamVR reinstall. Remove All SteamVR USB Devices The Vive system is composed of about 9 different USB drivers, including Bluetooth, controllers, camera, receivers and audio, among others. Due to different reasons, like software updates, change of connections, system updates or malfunction of a device, the USB drivers might get into conflict and reinstalling them is a good way to get everything back to its working state. Go to SteamVR > Settings > Developer. Click on Remove All SteamVR USB Devices. Once finished, the program will prompt a confirmation of the process. Disconnect the Link box AC Adapter and the Link box USB cable from the computer. Close SteamVR. Connect the AC Adapter back to the Link box and then connect the USB cable directly to the computer to a USB 2.0 port. Open SteamVR and check if all the devices all properly recognized, by going to SteamVR > Settings > USB > Refresh.These are the default drivers: Vive Link Box: · Hub · Hub Controller · Bluetooth Vive Headset: · Watchman Board · Camera · Audio Device · Main Board · Wireless Receiver 1 · Wireless Receiver 2 Note: This list includes the drivers of the devices directly connected to the computer by USB, as it is the HMD and Link box. Controllers and Base Stations are connected to the headset through Bluetooth and then to the computer, so these devices are not going to be visible on this list. Thanks! -John C Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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