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  1. The BIOS I used were just downloaded from the website's product page of my motherboard. I used the beta drivers from December.
  2. Been busy due to holidays, but finally got it working after a lot of troubleshooting. What finally fixed it for me was flashing my BIOS to the most recent (and beta) version. I also switched my power supply to a more powerful one, as the one I had just barely matched the minimum requirements for my video card. However, I tried that before updating my BIOS and it still gave me the same error. So, I'm not sure if just the updated BIOS would have also worked with my old power supply. Motherboard: MSI B350 Tomahawk CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 2400G Processor with Radeon RX Vega 11 Graphics Video Card: ZOTAC GAMING GeForce RTX 2070 AMP Extreme 8GB GDDR6 (not a super) Old PSU: Seasonic G Series 550 550W New PSU: Seasonic G Series 650 650W @stvnxu
  3. @zig11727, I don't have an Intel CPU, however I DO have an AMD 2400g, that comes with its own integrated graphics. Unfortunately,, when I checked the BIOS, I found I already had PEG selected. Thanks for the advice.
  4. @stvnxu I just submitted the issue in the software. Trace number is 20191213175113 Thank you for helping me.
  5. Just got my replacement, and I'm still getting the same error. I already had the Vive Console software updated to 1.0.8.8. There was a new update for Nvidia, but that didn't change anything. Any help you could give me would be really appreciated.
  6. After talking to support and running through all of their troubleshooting steps, they said my headset was defective, and to contact the store to return it. @stvnxu
  7. Trying to set up my new Cosmos and it keeps giving me an error code of "215: Check that your GPU driver is updated to the latest version." But my Nvidia GeForce Experience says that I DO have the latest graphics driver. I have even tried completely uninstalling using DDU in safe mode and doing a clean reinstall (without GeForce Experience) of my drivers, but to no avail. My graphics card is a ZOTAC 2070 AMP Extreme. The above is the message I sent to support by using the Send Feedback option in the Vive Console. Maybe, being the weekend, someone else who might have had a similar issue can give me advice here a bit quicker. I've also tried uninstalling and reinstalling Steam, SteamVR, and Vive Software. @stvnxu
  8. can you use a cosmos with out it being tied to the monitor refresh rate ? my current monitor is stuck at 1080p and 60 hz @stvnxu
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