Phylax Posted May 27, 2019 Share Posted May 27, 2019 So recently I had to reinstall Vive Wireless as I was recommended to because of error 10001.9 that kept occuring, asked me to restart, and then failed again once I had. Since then, SteamVR has appeared to completely ignore the existence of Vive Wireless. I wait until the Vive Wireless app says "ready", It downloads drivers if it has to, then I boot up SteamVR, but it tells me that the headset display disconnected. I am on Windows 10 using a Vive Pro with a Vive Wireless Adapter, and it has worked for me before. I do know that reinstalling everything as outlined here works, but given that it's been 5 days and I've already started experiencing error 10001.9 again, I would prefer a solution that doesn't require something so radical. I have tried repairing the headset, clicking "Remove all SteamVR USB devices", and my SteamVR and steam client is loaded on the C drive. I have my linkbox power and USB connected so that I can enable bluetooth for the basestations, however unplugging the linkbox or connecting the displayport does not appear to make any difference. I do have ASUS software installed- which I've read can cause issues- but I sort of need it. It is ASUS PCE-AC56 WLAN Card Drivers, which I need to connect to the internet. It operates a WLAN card on another PCI slot. Would this be enough to interfere with the Vive? It might also be worth noting that I had an issue installing DisplayLink when I reinstalled Vive Wireless, and the only fix that worked for me was this. Does anyone have any advice? Any pointers for preventing the 10001.9 error would also be much appreciated. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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