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  1. So i got a HTC Vive Cosmos Elite on cyber monday, but it appears i dont have a USB 3.0 port on either of my 2 laptops. everything else is good, plugged in. is there a adapter or converter that could allow me to access my motherboard without using a USB 3.0? goal is to skip the USB 3.0 port since i dont got one. i might need a converter to try any VR unless i get a higher end desktop PC, which i could do but that's very high cost just for VR. the plug i need is marked L2 model 2Q2R500 INPUT:12VDC= 2.5A pc specs for the better laptop: MSI GS63VR-6RF stealth pro laptop windows 10 intel (R) HD graphics 530 intel (R) core (TM) i7 6700 HQ CPU @2.60 Ghz (8 cores) 64 bit Steam VR performance test says: your system is running well enough for recommended high quality VR! average quality: 7 (high) 0 frames below 90FPS customer support said: "To be honest with you, the USB 3.0 is pretty important to make the vive work, and we can not recommend a converter since it can affect the device performance. I have seen cases where there's no display at all. or just not a good resolution, tracking issues.. the USB you are missing is a USB 3.0" i can return this up till December 30th so i guess the question is: Is there a adapter or converter device that would allow me to use my VR headset without buying a desktop pc?
  2. persistent error 222 and error 009 as well. The headset continually disconnects and then reconnects with error 222. The internal screens of the headset rarely but sometimes get power. I've uninstalled and reinstalled vive, steam vr, all USB drivers (both 3.0 and lower), made sure my GPU and BIOS are up to date. Tried every port possible for the DisplayPort and usb 3.0 for the converter. made sure the headset cable is plugged in all the way on either end. Is it possible the converter is failing? SPECS Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-9700k CPU @ 3.60GHz RAM: 16GB System: x64 GPU: EVEA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Super Motherboard: Micro-Star Z390-A PRO (MS-7B98)
  3. I am trying to connect my Vive Pro to a Dell G5 SE laptop, but the Vive will not display anything. The Laptop is not compatible with DisplayPort, so I am using a J5Create DisisplayPort to USB-C adapter. There are no SteamVR errors. The status light is green when the headset is on standby, but it turns red as soon as you pick it up.
  4. Excitedly i got myself the HTC Vive Cosmos and tried to get it all connected to my pc yesterday. however i have discovered my tower does not have a dataport. I can easily change the monitors cables to free the hdmi port and of course there are multiple usb ports. Can anyone recommend anything?! please
  5. Hi So this is what happens for me all of the time. I start up vive wireless , windows makes it sounds for usb drives connecting and then i start steam vr... Most of the time the headset is then disconnected and i can start the cycle again and again. When i look in my device manager i see that there is always a "device not recognized"- failed to reset port. Maybe that can lead to the solution. Sometimes it just works and i dont know why. I have allready switched usb ports with no results. Thank you for your help
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