2018-01-23 at 13:45 #2567
I haven’t had any issues with my sensors, ran the newest install of driver4vr and my sensors are reporting poor tracking quality. This is only showing in the oculus software not in steamvr but it would appear that the tracking doesn’t work for either.2018-01-23 at 13:47 #2568
As a side note my oculus is also reporting poor tracking quality.2018-01-23 at 14:20 #2572
when calibration window is open it can happen. does it happen also when it is closed?2018-01-23 at 14:22 #2574
Yea, even when driver isnt running. I’ve restarted my computer 3 times now. Oculus is reporting poor tracking quality for both of my sensors.2018-01-23 at 14:31 #2576
Is there a solution to this? I would like to give this software a second go 🙂
Does your software need both steamvr and oculus running to work?
What requirements must I meet to achieve the optimum functionality of your software?
I would love to get this working so I can one up those vive puck users 😛 come on.2018-01-23 at 14:37 #2577
when driver is off, problem goes away ?2018-01-23 at 14:38 #2578
No, after restart oculus still reports that both of my sensors have poor tracking quality.2018-01-23 at 14:38 #2579
i mean when you don’t start driver.2018-01-23 at 14:39 #2580
I know its not my sensors that are at fault. It would be unlikely that both of them would fail at the same time. I have swapped usb ports as well. I will uninstall d4vr then restart to verify that it is the d4vr software causing the issue.2018-01-23 at 14:40 #2581
Yes, when I restart my computer.. and open oculus without driver running it states that both of my sensors are not functioning properly, as well as my oculus headset occasionally.2018-01-23 at 14:40 #2582
I will restart now.2018-01-23 at 14:42 #2583
it seems like problem is not related to my driver. perhaps hardware issue.
to be sure you can run Installer link and press ‘unregister driver’.2018-01-23 at 14:47 #2584
I uninstalled driver, and replugged in my sensors. They are all good now. But before with the driver installed it didn’t fix it.2018-01-23 at 14:53 #2585
Would you like me to record this or something, I know its not my sensors, and it shouldn’t be my hardware.2018-01-23 at 14:55 #25862018-01-23 at 14:57 #2587
That link doesn’t work.2018-01-23 at 15:00 #2588
If you want the log file from d4vr here.
Attachments:You must be logged in to view attached files.2018-01-23 at 15:13 #2590
Wait, I might’ve found the issue.. I only get the poor tracking quality messages when I have the kinect plugged in.
I de-registered your driver then uninstalled the software.
Restarted my computer.
Then noticed that I was still getting the poor tracking error messages.
Disconnected the kinect.
Restart my computer once again, and now I don’t have the issue.
Do you know what the cause of this might be?2018-01-23 at 15:23 #2591
It is the kinect causing the issue, I moved it to a usb 3.0 port and I can now use my controllers. I would have already done this but every time I use my 3.0 ports for the oculus devices it states that its incompatible.
This information is relevant to anyone else who may be having similar issues.2018-01-23 at 15:49 #2592
cool. i should also figure it out 🙂
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