I’ve been using it over a year with no hmd disconnections EVER. You fiddle with your bios settings at your own risk. Originally Posted by Whiteball Source. Privacy Statement Terms of Service Top. I found out that when the event happens what is actually happening is the receiver camera is disconnecting for a second or so and reconnecting. Not saying that is your problem but if this happens at times of more intense gameplay then it might be worth looking into.
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Its still connected up and since the card swap I have not had any drops. Login to reply to this thread. But since couple of months I get this hmd diconnection happening randomly.
So Far the addition of the Oculus advised card is working fine, i did how ever turn off windows power management for it as a matter of course. Anyone have any pearls of wisdom to add?? The PC is well over the minimum spec and is all just under a year old as I built it with VR in mind after d2 old rig started to creak under the load. Also as your pc is new you may also have a spare usb 3 socket on your motherboard that can be utilised with an adapter.
Cables, different usb ports, etc with uzb avail. Are both your USB 3 sockets you use side by side? I’ve been using it over a year with no hmd disconnections EVER.
Originally Posted by BigF Source. I put the whole thing down to me moving my head too much but it will even disconnect while sat on the desk not moving. If this is set wrong then changing things in the OS doesn’t always work properly why some people say OS power settings solved their issues but doesn’t uxb for others.
I will post my findings here if any ones interested. Tried a new high quality HDMI cable with the same results, socket is nicely attached on both the Rift and the Graphics card. If they are then you maybe overloading the USB 3 controller.
You fiddle with your bios settings at your own risk. It can be after 5 mintues of playin and it can be any game not just ED or it may be fine for 2 hours straight. My initial thoughts were the HDMI isb is loose or the cable is coming out etc as seems to be the fix for a lot of users getting this error.
Oculus say the issue is i need to buy a CV1 to fix the issue but I’m not really up rk2 that seeing as how some users are reporting the same issue in the CV1.
I have now installed my innatek oculus recommended card with them plugged into, 20 mins so far and no drop out. Thread Tools Show Printable Version.
DK2 HDMI unplugged issues. the hopes and maybe the cure!!
The fix restart ED and carry on great until you have to join back up with the wing players or crew you had before. Results 1 to ysb of The worst is when you are in dogfight, am about to win and the hmd decides to disconnect!!! If that doesn’t work a roll back of Oculus drivers etc to the one that worked better.
Since I installed the inatek card and using oculus tray tool I havent had a single oculus hmd disconnect!
Dongle (Deskey DK2) Device Driver Installation
I’ve posted this as a bit of possible help for me and other users that may be getting this issue. A bit of back jsb, I’ve had a DK2 since before the CV1 was a thing, worked fine and had no issues etc ever even when I was messing with dev stuff. That was one of the things I first thought,back in the early days of USB you could easily over power the sockets just using two devices on some boards. I’v tried everything too.
I found out that when the event happens what is actually happening is the receiver camera is disconnecting for a second or so and reconnecting.
This is the one I was recommended by Oculus https: Originally Posted by Whiteball Source. I had been using it with the optional power supply as other forums had mentioned this helped, in my case it didn’t.