So there is a trick to skip that part of the setup. Open the command prompt (and navigate to the folder where the setup file exists) and run this:OculusSetup.exe /bypassHotfixCheckHowever, if the hotfixes *are* missing you will have lots of problems after that point.
I've been working on this bug for 2 days, nothing to do
There are tons of sites that can show how to use the command line. I can try to explain the steps.- Copy the file "OculusSetup.exe" onto your C: drive (not in any folder, just in the root).- Open the command window by pressing the Windows button and typing "cmd" and press Enter..- Type "C:" and press enter. When you are typing, don't use quotes (just type what's in between the quotes).- Type "CD/" and press enter.- Type "OculusSetup.exe /bypassHotfixCheck" and press enter.That should be it. Hope that helps.
i had the same problem, rift software says KB3033929 and KB2670838 are not installed.i tried everthing in this post, dosent work.then i force install the 2 windows updates like this1. download KB3033929 and KB2670838 from microsoft2. download and install 7zip3. unpack KB3033929 and KB2670838 with 7-zip4. copy the files to c:\5. open console in admin mode6. type: dism /online /add-package:C:\Windows6.1-KB3033929-x64.cab7. wait until restart8. open console in admin mode9. type: dism /online /add-package:C:\Windows6.1-KB2670838-x64.cab8. wait until restart10. install oculushave fun. hope it works for someone
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