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For a little while now, my headset's display has had times where it would glitch out and the display would become pretty wonky. One eye would be normal, while the other would contain a bit of both eyes, I guess? This problem appears to be directly related to the wiring that connects the headset to the linkbox, because if I were to grab a part of the cable and hit it onto the floor, the screen would fix itself and I could continue playing normally. Recently, it got more frequent and has now caused an issue with SteamVR: "Headset Display Disconnected (Error 208). This started to happen likely as a result of the countless number of times the cabling tangled itself, so I'm really not sure what I can do, if anything, at this point. Cheers, Indy
1: I bought a cosmos with its included controls. I find the tracking to be so-so, if I buy the faceplate and 2x HTC Vive Base Station 2.0 (or the "normal" base station) can I still use the vive controllers or do I need to get different controllers aswell? Can I expect significant tracking improvement? 2: I have a spare room that would be ideal to set aside for vr, but I do not wish to move my computer or resort to wireless, is there any official or third party extention cable available that will give me another 5-10 meters? 3: I was unable to get the unit working on windows 7 and had to install a copy of windows 10 to get it running. Can it work on windows 7? Thanks for the help
Hello there! So my current Link Box Power cable works bad and i'm looking for a new one. I couldn't find any on the HTC site. Then i searched around for a bit till i saw a reddit post with the Link Box power cable specifications. I started looking for the right cable but i couldn't find any. Where do i find the correct cable? (European power plug) Thanks!