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  • #6316
    Avatarlegrooch
    Participant

    Hello,

    I tried last build on Windows 10 x64.
    PS VR connected by USB 3.0, no optional HDMI.
    Steam drivers installed.

    On Device Manager there are 3 devices without correct drivers – PS VR 3D Audio, Bulkin and H.264
    Drivers from Trinus folder are installed.
    When PS VR is on, I see problem with USB. Two different cables were tested without success.

    What next I can do?

    Regards
    Leszek

    #6317
    loxailoxai
    Keymaster

    Just to confirm, did you follow the connection diagram and have both usb and hdmi connected as shown?
    Are you using amd or nvidia?

    #6319
    Avatarlegrooch
    Participant

    Yes, ofcourse.
    HDMI connected on My nVidia 980GTX from PS4 socket, USB connected to 3.0
    Devices from PS VR are visible in Device Manager. In Display settings second device is set to extended desktop.

    #6329
    Avatarklimmiks
    Participant

    Hi there – I’ve seen some people suggest to try a USB 2.0 port – let me know how that goes. Worth a shot if you have one. If you haven’t tried the driver installer in the EXT folders, give that a shot as well.

    #6332
    Avatarlegrooch
    Participant

    I tried both USB types – 2.0 and 3.0. Front and back on my PC – nothing helps.
    Trinus drivers
    Devices


    • This reply was modified 4 years, 3 months ago by Avatarlegrooch.
    #6334
    Avatarlegrooch
    Participant

    Link to last image with USB drivers, because forum changed size…
    https://s29.postimg.org/7o3c8xh1z/usb_drivers.jpg

    • This reply was modified 4 years, 3 months ago by Avatarlegrooch.
    #6354
    Avatarlegrooch
    Participant

    Ok, on new version Trinuspsvr started correctly.
    Now I cannot run SteamVR, that will recognize PS VR, but there is a hope 🙂

    #6355
    Avatarlegrooch
    Participant

    Ok – another problem.
    I’m getting 125 from SteamVR. I tried all from “How to”-> “Set up” and “Troubleshoting”.
    I made all combinations – first installing driver, first starting TrinusPSVR, first running SteamVR…

    Still same – 125 Headset is not connected.
    When starting Room Setup \/

    One more thing – is there anyone, who have all three deviced discovered correctly and drivers are installed for them? 3D Audio, Bulkin and H.264?

    #6487
    AvatarOneColdCanuck
    Participant

    I have the same issue, with the same setup. When I hit the <Start> button in Trinus PSVR (Beta 0.5) the “No USB” icon disappears, but it is replaced with a black screen. I also have warning icons on the 3 devices mentioned.

    With SteamVR running, you can see that the tracking portion is working, but there is absolutely no display in the headset.

    #6503
    Avatarsithian8
    Participant

    My PC isn’t even detecting my headset as a display.

    #6791
    Avatarjohanvd82
    Participant

    I’m running 0.5.4 on Windows 10 and it is also not picking up my ps vr as a second monitor. Has anybody been able to get around this? I have double checked that everything is connected as per the diagram.

    • This reply was modified 4 years, 1 month ago by Avatarjohanvd82.
    #6800
    loxailoxai
    Keymaster

    Unfortunately, I do not have a solution for no display/usb issues. Worth noting that having the three device warnings is normal and is not related to the problem.
    Make sure you review the troubleshooting.

    #8823
    Avatarbones
    Participant

    Bump

    I too am suffering from error 125 on Steam VR and the PSVR is not detected as a second display but does appear in device mgr with the associated sound “errors”. Has a solution been found?

    Win 10 64
    Strix B550-F Gaming
    Ryzen 9
    Radeon RX5700 XT (software 20.11.3)
    Trinus VR 1.0.9

    I do get display in headset, but no tracking. Primary monitor displays a single “curved” vice a stereoscopic flat image.

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