flibble Posted June 14, 2018 Author Share Posted June 14, 2018 Okay guys, I figured out what the problem was: the link box was broken. Here's how I know for sure. I went to the store and tested my link box and Vive Pro on their working system. We uninstalled the drivers before connecting my hardware, and their system installed the drivers the wrong way, just like on my system. We then uninstalled the drivers again and connected my cables, my Vive Pro, but their link box, and behold: everything installed correctly. We solved the problem by giving me a different link box. It now works on my home system and saw the Steam VR room for the first time! :) So before you troubleshoot as much as I do, make sure the hardware is working! Here's how you can tell your link box is working as it should. When Windows starts installing the drivers, it should install (and finish) the following set of drivers: VIVE Pro VIVE Pro Multimedia Audio Watchman Dongle LHR VIVE Pro Multimedia Camera Watchman Dongle (2nd time) When you have a broken link box, Windows will only install 1 driver: VIVE Pro Multimedia Audio Everything else just didn't install. This solves it! I hope all my research will end up useful for others with similar problems. Thanks for chiming in, those who did. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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