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Old 10-18-2019, 11:37 AM   #3901
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I connected to a powered Sabrent USB 3.0 hub and nothing, give an USB error, unplugged and plugged to a USB 3.1 in the mother board and the usb work (I can listen music from the headphones) and now I have a Hololens driver error. I executed the WMR portal and now apparently nos downloading a driver.

Is this correct? I bough this unit a week ago from HP, is a brand new unit.


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There was a new hololens driver for wmr yesterday. Does the headset work now?
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Anyone please?
Start with steam vr logs in the steam install directory. I'm not sure why you would be getting blue screens. One thing I could think of is memory but you have enough. Maybe a background process interfering?
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Old 10-18-2019, 11:42 AM   #3902
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Anyone please?
For a Windows Blue Screen, first thought that would come to my mind is system instability.
I would try setting bios to defaults and see if it still does it. Be sure and note your overclock settings so you can put them back in.
If stable at system default, then you know it is likely somewhere in your overclock or ram settings.
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Old 10-18-2019, 12:00 PM   #3903
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There was a new hololens driver for wmr yesterday. Does the headset work now?Start with steam vr logs in the steam install directory. I'm not sure why you would be getting blue screens. One thing I could think of is memory but you have enough. Maybe a background process interfering?
I’ll have another look through the background processes to see thanks. I’ll also check the SteamVR Log too, I’m guessing I could put it up on a steam forum and somebody might be able to interpret where the gremlin may be hiding.

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For a Windows Blue Screen, first thought that would come to my mind is system instability.
I would try setting bios to defaults and see if it still does it. Be sure and note your overclock settings so you can put them back in.
If stable at system default, then you know it is likely somewhere in your overclock or ram settings.
As far as OC goes I simply use the Z270 OC Genie switch in the BIOS I’m too stupid to go and do a full kosher overclock. It has been good enough for me but up till now although it has only been about two months since I switched it on. Incidentally, I don’t know whether there is any benefit to also switching on the XMP at the same time?
(as OC Genie)? When I benchmarked the difference it was not measured but perhaps I’m missing something?
In the meantime I’ll go back to default and see whether it persists. Thanks again for the tips, much appreciated. Great headset nevertheless.
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Old 10-18-2019, 12:02 PM   #3904
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As far as OC goes I simply use the Z270 OC Genie switch in the BIOS I’m too stupid to go and do a full kosher overclock. It has been good enough for me but up till now although it has only been about two months since I switched it on. Incidentally, I don’t know whether there is any benefit to also switching on the XMP at the same time?
(as OC Genie)? When I benchmarked the difference it was not measured but perhaps I’m missing something?
In the meantime I’ll go back to default and see whether it persists. Thanks again for the tips, much appreciated. Great headset nevertheless.
If available you definitely want to use the XMP profile for your ram.
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Old 10-18-2019, 12:24 PM   #3905
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I’ll have another look through the background processes to see thanks. I’ll also check the SteamVR Log too, I’m guessing I could put it up on a steam forum and somebody might be able to interpret where the gremlin may be hiding.







As far as OC goes I simply use the Z270 OC Genie switch in the BIOS I’m too stupid to go and do a full kosher overclock. It has been good enough for me but up till now although it has only been about two months since I switched it on. Incidentally, I don’t know whether there is any benefit to also switching on the XMP at the same time?

(as OC Genie)? When I benchmarked the difference it was not measured but perhaps I’m missing something?

In the meantime I’ll go back to default and see whether it persists. Thanks again for the tips, much appreciated. Great headset nevertheless.
I've always had instability issues using prime95 testing with the many motherboard auto overclock options. If overclocking it's better to do it one step at a time manually. I don't trust those built in overclocking tools. Try without an oc.
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Old 10-18-2019, 01:03 PM   #3906
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Question White noise in HMDs only on first boot

I have the following issue with my Reverb:

When I cold start my computer and start WMR or WMR for Steam, my Reverb shows white noise on both displays. When I then reboot my computer, the boot process seems to hang for like 20 seconds until the computer beeps and continues to reboot. Note that on cold start it does not hang and boots swiftly. Once the reboot is complete, my Reverb is working fine without any issues or glitches. Another way to fix the white noise issue is to unplug and reconnect the USB and DisplayPort plugs of the Reverb.

The issue occurs no matter which DisplayPort jack of my graphics card I am using. The USB plug is connected to one of the USB 3.0 ports soldered to the mainboard. The issue also occurs when using the USB 3.1 jack soldered to the mainboard.

My system consists of an Asus ROG Strix Z270F Gaming mainboard, an Intel Core i7-7700K processor, 32GB (4x8 GB modules) of Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 RAM, and an Asus GeForce GTX 1080 Ti ROG Strix OC graphics card to which I have applied the Nvidia DisplayPort firmware update.

I have not overclocked any of my system's components.

I purchased the Reverb from HP Germany a few weeks ago. So it should be of the second hardware revision.

Did anyone experience similar issues or has any hints on what I could try to solve it?
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Old 10-18-2019, 01:10 PM   #3907
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There was a new hololens driver for wmr yesterday.
Can you send a link to download the driver?
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Old 10-18-2019, 01:12 PM   #3908
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I'm having the following issue.

I can't find the driver and windows can't find it too.

Do you have a link to the latest driver?
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Old 10-18-2019, 01:22 PM   #3909
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I executed WMR portal, check my pc and then this screen from last night and nothing.
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Old 10-18-2019, 01:52 PM   #3910
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Can you send a link to download the driver?
In windows go to windows update and check for updates. It will be there. Keep the headset plugged in.
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I have the following issue with my Reverb:

When I cold start my computer and start WMR or WMR for Steam, my Reverb shows white noise on both displays. When I then reboot my computer, the boot process seems to hang for like 20 seconds until the computer beeps and continues to reboot. Note that on cold start it does not hang and boots swiftly. Once the reboot is complete, my Reverb is working fine without any issues or glitches. Another way to fix the white noise issue is to unplug and reconnect the USB and DisplayPort plugs of the Reverb.

The issue occurs no matter which DisplayPort jack of my graphics card I am using. The USB plug is connected to one of the USB 3.0 ports soldered to the mainboard. The issue also occurs when using the USB 3.1 jack soldered to the mainboard.

My system consists of an Asus ROG Strix Z270F Gaming mainboard, an Intel Core i7-7700K processor, 32GB (4x8 GB modules) of Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 RAM, and an Asus GeForce GTX 1080 Ti ROG Strix OC graphics card to which I have applied the Nvidia DisplayPort firmware update.

I have not overclocked any of my system's components.

I purchased the Reverb from HP Germany a few weeks ago. So it should be of the second hardware revision.

Did anyone experience similar issues or has any hints on what I could try to solve it?
Yea I too saw my PC hang on the first reverb when I just did a reboot. I think it's honestly a windows wmr issue. Mine didn't beep but it just hung for like 3 minutes before it finally rebooted. I didn't get static in the headset.
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