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  • #5339
    Shinoha YuzukiShinoha Yuzuki
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    Hi.
    I’m trying tracking using JoyCon, Kinect, OculusDK 2, but JoyCon is not recognized by Driver4VR.
    It is recognized on the Windows side, but it is not displayed on the Driver4VR Devices. Click on “Update List of Devices”, but not change.
    In addition, click on BluetoothManager, an error displayed. “Unknown error (0x80041002)”

    Kinect works well! Help me..

    OS:Windows7 64bit
    HMD:Oculus DK2
    Kinect v1
    JoyCon
    BlueTooth:4.0

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    #5768
    evil tazevil taz
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    I have exactly the same problem….
    and my joycon were working, and suddenly not anymore
    I don’t know if there is a way to force driver4vr to make the link between the soft and the connected joycon ?

    Is it possible to repair the link ? one registry line ?

    Any clue ?

    #5769
    evil tazevil taz
    Participant

    Here are my logs
    i don’t know if it means anything but it s missing joycon ID inside steamvr.settings

    any help is more than welcome

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    #5776
    evil tazevil taz
    Participant

    As always the best and fastest way to solve devices problem : clean windows install
    And boom joycon are recognized again inside the software

    I think i had a registry ID problem somewhere

    #5779
    Bla BlablaGreg Driver
    Keymaster

    thanks. yes. windows bluetooth can be a pain.

    #5866
    Jean-Nicolas ThurreSantaHey
    Participant

    Hello,
    I have the same problem, Windows recognize the joy-cons but the device list of Driver4VR is empty.
    Is your software compatible with Windows 8.1 ?

    #5914
    Michael DopheideMichael Dopheide
    Participant

    Well I have a similar problem except only one will work and the other will just continue blinking. When I tried to connect them one at a time they both connected but one would either disconnect or become frozen

    #5974
    Bla BlablaGreg Driver
    Keymaster

    you should be on windows 10.

    #12052
    Cat QuinzelCat
    Participant

    I have the same exact issue as the original post. Win10 is not required for the Joy Cons to function. Can you make a fix for the Win7 people, until we can upgrade to 10 please?

    #13938
    AzisAzis
    Participant

    Who the (pig noises) would reinstall windows for that.

    #14199
    Gordon KowalkTandenz
    Participant

    One of the Joy cons will blinking and disconnected every time in old and fresh Windows 10 Install and two different bluethoot USB Sticks. We News Help to fix the Problem. I spent Lots of time to get this Problem solved. But No Chance to fix ist. Driver or riftcat or driver4vr Problem? Gregor PLZ Help us

    #14205
    Jason HerbertJherbalz
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    I’ve been trying to fix this for months. Gearvr controllers dont preview either.

    #14317
    PotatoPowered_PCPotatoPowered_PC
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    I think I might’ve figured out the problem. In my log, it gives the error:
    “Could not find Windows Runtime type ‘Windows.Devices.Enumeration.DeviceInformationCollection’.”
    Specifically, “DeviceInformationCollection” was introduced in Windows 10, according to the Windows Dev Center (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/uwp/api/windows.devices.enumeration.deviceinformationcollection), which means that any pre-Windows 10 computer can’t use it.
    TLDR; the function used for collecting the device info doesn’t exist on our computers, and it can’t update the device list. Maybe there’s an alternative function that can collect the device info?

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    #14436
    Bla BlablaGreg Driver
    Keymaster

    that would be whole api I use I am afraid. 🙁

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