August 20, 2017 at 2:10 am #7160
20+ years IT so I figured this would be pretty simple apparently its not. Trinius sees the headset. In device manager there are three items drivers do not wind up getting drivers installed and Steam VR does not see the headset.
Here is how I have the system connected. Obviously have PSVR connected to the front of the PS passthru box. The rear I have usb going to one of my usb slots. HDMI PS4 going to my hdmi slot on my primary graphics card. My desktop was going to my av receiver via hdmi but I tried using display port and even tried disconnecting from the receiver hooking up to another monitor via dvi.
My setup is
AMD Black 8320 8 core
2 AMD 480 RX’s 8GB a piece (disabled crossfire wasn’t sure if tht was going to be a problem)
32GB system ram
ASUS Pro Gamer 970 MBoard
These are the devices showing as not having drivers installed.August 20, 2017 at 6:46 am #7161
Be sure u run steam vr as administrator, trinius same. I had similar issue. For drivers u mean u see it as not installed in windows devices and printers?August 22, 2017 at 1:17 am #7164
So I figured out what the problem was after much research. It would seem the trinus installer does put the drivers in the right place in the steam directory. I actually uninstalled trinus and cleaned things up because there were a couple other things I tried before finding this.
Moved the phovevr directory to the right place in the steam directory for steam vr to work and then did a fresh install of trinus. Everything came right up. Now I just need to figure out how to get audio and what controllers I am able to use and how to get them to work with trinus and steam vrAugust 22, 2017 at 3:25 am #7165
Figured out audio either has to be external or headphones hooked up directly to PC
Are there any articles on control and controllersAugust 22, 2017 at 11:20 am #7166
@rjnagy70, you mention Trinus puts the driver in the right place but then had to move it to the right place. Could you please clarify.
About audio, yes, it comes directly from the PC (you can connect headphones, as shown on the diagram).
Finally, regarding controllers: You can search tutorials about PSMoveService, there’s some similar with Wiimote but I don’t think it’ll work very well (early development), and there’s NoloVR.August 22, 2017 at 9:47 pm #7169
My apologies loxai. It was a typo tired when posting it. It doesn’t put them in the right place it puts them in root of steam.August 22, 2017 at 11:01 pm #7170
weird, I’ll checkAugust 23, 2017 at 4:54 pm #7171
Two more questions I was hooking up some move controllers and an eye camera yesterday. Everything went exactly as supposed to till I got to the part of installing the psmove and drivers into steam. Seems to be some issue with the bat files in vers 1.4. Is there another way to get the drivers into steam. All tests worked great in the ps move software and everything went exactly the way it was supposed to until the part of again trying to get the drivers into steam and of course due to that Steam is not recgistering the camera or the move controllers
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