To play Oculus Rift content on Quest 2, install the Oculus App on a compatible gaming computer, then connect your headset using the Oculus Link cable or similar high-quality USB 3 cable. Rift is unlike anything you’ve ever experienced. Radeon™ graphics cards and AMD VR Ready processors are designed to “plug-and-play” with the Oculus Rift for a seamless VR experience thanks to AMD VR leadership with AMD LiquidVR™ technology. Oculus Link 3.0 cables use full duplex communications. This means that data is sent from your headset controller to the PC while your PCVR video is fed to the headset at the exact same time. Since 2.0 cables can’t do this, you can expect some additional latency while playing. Oculus Link 3.0 cables use full duplex communications. Scroll through the Sound menu to find 'Oculus Virtual Audio Device.' Right-click 'Oculus Virtual Audio Device' and select Properties. In the 'General' tab, rename the device to 'Headphones.'
I been sitting here for the past 3 hours trying to fix this issue. Whatever I do it will not recognized the Rift S USB when plugged in.
Device Manager shows 'Rift S USB Hub' with a yellow triangle by it and then has another 'Rift S USB Hub' without a yellow triangle directly below it while plugged into USB 3. Trying to click 'update' on the driver with a yellow triangle will just result in it telling me the driver is the best available.
I've tried running oculus-driver.exe as suggested in the support section and it will always blue screen my PC a few seconds after clicking it.Source: https://support.oculus.com/392708781514665/Tried uninstalling and updating my GPU drivers with DDU.Tried the 'repair' installation for the oculus software multiple times.
USB 3 devices work just fine in my USB 3 ports..just not the Oculus Rift S. My CV1 Rift never had this issue either.
What gives? Drivers bm innovations port devices international.
EDIT: I can't believe I found the solution to this in another reddit post. I can't believe this fix isn't more known I was seriously about to reinstall windows. To anyone else having this issue try this:
was having this issue as well, and also tried all the possible fixes listed on Oculus Support and in this thread.
Drivers Oculus Port Devices Gigabit
Then I found my fix in another thread on reddit. It was pretty simple. With the Oculus App still running and trying to detect the cables, plug in just the USB cable and open Device Manager. For me, under Universal Serial Bus controllers, I saw two lines for 'Rift S USB Hub'. One had a yellow warning triangle on it. Right click and uninstall both (and choose the option to remove software as well). Then unplug and plug the USB back in. Wait for the Oculs App to detect USB, then finally plug in the DisplayPort.submitted by /u/KevinLongtime