I am trying hard to get this Oculus to work and failing.
I finally have the display working, but the tracker does not work properly.
I have Windows 10 64-bit,
AMD Phenom II x6 1090T (yes, apparently this doesn't meet min requirements, but I've seen folks using it).
EVGA GeForce GTX 970.
2 monitors connected via DVI
DK2 is connected on the HDMI.
Rift runtime 0.8.0.0
I do use Logitech products - wireless mouse, keyboard, and headset. Unfortunately I don't have any wired keyboard or mouse to try out, but I have tried with the mouse plugged in and headset disconnected.
Rift and Tracker are plugged in to USB 3.0 ports.
If I run the config util with debugging off it says everything is fine, though I usually have to reconnect the USB on the tracker to get a blue light to show on it.
I can run the demo scene and view it in the headset, but the tracking does not work and I cannot look around.
If I place the config utility into debugging for DK2, it reports that the tracker sync cable is not attached. The blue light is off, and reconnecting does not get it back on. I cannot run the demo scene and the headset's light is off. The Rift DK2 Sensor appears in USB Device Tree Viewer as connected to my 3.0 host controller. It shows as an H connection, though, instead of an S. I assume the DK2 is actually running via USB 2.0. I do see that enabling debug actually disconnects the hardware and makes things not work. So I guess the info on that screen is meaningless.
What I've tried:
Multiple USB ports - config not in debug mode, USB 2.0 or 3.0 ports don't change anything. Front connectors report unable to get bandwidth.
Connecting the tracker directly to the headset. Absolutely nothing. I do not have a power adapter so, I imagine the headset can't power both devices without it.
Different USB cables for the tracker - same result.
Older versions of the runtime - no go... that was scary and supplied lots of excitement with driver crashes and flashing monitors.
Multiple suggestions from these threads that just seem to be luck.
Not sure what I can do from this point out.
Logs are attached.