Unable to connect to steamVR. error. IPC_CompositorConnectFailed

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  • #11133
    Ellie BaEllie Ba
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    It doesn’t connect, it starts up steam vr, but shuts it down after like 10 seconds. im using WMR, and i never really had problems with steamvr.

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    #11400
    Bla BlablaGreg Driver
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    can you please send me logs as described here?

    How to send diagnostic logs

    #11424
    Hunter MooreHunter Moore
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    i have the same problem here are the logs

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    #11447
    Bla BlablaGreg Driver
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    is this psmoveservice ?
    C:\PROGRA~2\PSMOVE~1\drivers\psmove

    #11449
    Hunter MooreHunter Moore
    Participant

    Yes i am using the psmoveservice

    #11450
    Hunter MooreHunter Moore
    Participant

    Yes it is

    #11469
    Bla BlablaGreg Driver
    Keymaster

    can you try uninstall?
    what is your setup? you use kinect for head tracking and psmoveservice with ps eye camera for controller trakcing?
    if you use kinect for hand tracking then don’t need to install psmmoveservice driver for steamvr.

    #15257
    Peter HøgPeter Høg
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    I dont know if this is the right thread but it is what popped up on google. I have this warning that i would like to get rid of: C:PROGRA~2\PSMOVE~1\drivers\psmove
    It says this can potentially cause problems and i dont know if i have missed some files of psmoveservice. the file path C:PROGRA~2\PSMOVE~1\drivers\psmove does not lead anywhere in windows. how do i completely uninstall psmove service?

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    #15275
    Peter HøgPeter Høg
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    I found out what caused psmove drivers conflict.

    PSA : Check and delete old SteamVR external drivers ! from WindowsMR


    Specifically this part:
    “It’s in c:\uers<youruser>\AppData\Local\openvr\openvrpaths.vrpath and I was able to remove the ‘old’ driver entries.”

    #15276
    Bla BlablaGreg Driver
    Keymaster

    hi. glad you sorted this out.
    you can also remove drivers by command
    vrpathreg removedriver “path-to-driver”

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