beezqp Posted February 1, 2020 Share Posted February 1, 2020 Hi, so I had pretty good time with my Vive Cosmos for the first two weeks I had it. Tracking was great, games run smooth, VR paradise. Now something happened few days ago. During a Beat Saber session the view started slowly rotating (floating) up then it went all white and crashed. My PC made a noise as if a device was unplugged, then plugged in. The vision shortly returned, but the controllers, despite being turned on, did not react to tracking at all. Buttons still worked but I could not even see "my hands" in the VR. Both Console and Steam VR showed "No tracking" for both controllers. Tried restarting Steam, then Console, then PC - nothing worked. What helped was resetting the device through console settings, but after I did that I couldn't stop the feeling that something is off. My "VR" hands were randomly floating, moving when not moved, "sinking into my body" etc - in other words, tracking started being worse than before. I told myself it's only in my head and had few more sessions, unfortunately, it happened again - this time when watching Youtube via Gizmo VR. Same thing that earlier - rotating up, white screen, unplug sound, controllers lost. Ended up having to reset again... I tried experimenting with stuff such as checking Steam VR files integrity, adding myself to beta to have the beta drivers downloaded, playing with the lighting in my room, changing the batteries in my controllers... And it just keeps happening every day at some point, ruining the experience. Maybe I could live with it, but the "bad tracking" that out of sudden came with it and is experienced even when controllers are detected is really an issue, makes most of the games not playable. Again, I read a lot about issues with tracking in Cosmos, but mine used to run great for the first 2 weeks I had it (I thought the soft was updated since all the bad reviews) so I don't think this is just the headset, something happened out of sudden. Anyone has any ideas what's going on? 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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