Earlier today I got my hands on a new oculus with touch controllers and got everything set up and working without any issues, and me and my friends played Robo Recall for a few hours. At one point we switched back to the "First Contact" experience to introduce someone else to VR and we were prompted with a firmware update. After another hour of use we decided to call it quits for a while and i closed down the game and went to go and set up steamVR, only to find that suddenly none of the hardware was functioning. I was prompted with two notifications telling me to reconnect my headset and my sensors, and since then I have been unable to get any response from either. I've spent the last few hours bouncing around various forums looking at similar issues, and so far none of them have granted any results.
Initially i thought it was driver failure and attempted to repair them, but I'm unsure if they were actually fixed or not after running "OculusRiftSensorDriver.msi", "RiftDK2SensorDriver.msi" and "RiftMonitorDriver.msi" from the Appdata>Local>Temp>Oculus folder, which I had seen working elsewhere.
I've tested the HDMI cable in the Oculus and there aren't any damaged pins anywhere, and I've tried doing a complete wipe and reinstall of the oculus software. The Ready For Oculus exe still says that my machine is ready.
I'm honestly just fairly confused about what might have happened, and though the idea of the headset and two sensors all failing at the exact same time seems a little unlikely to me I'm beginning to think it might be an issue with the hardware.
I'm using an Intel i7 4820K (3.70GHz) processor, 16GB of RAM, and a NVidia GeForce GTX 980 and everything is using USB 3.0
Sorry if this comes across as a bit rambly, hope someone has some advice here because I really want to get back to playing Robo Recall
I've just tested out the HMD and one of the sensors on a friend's PC and they both work fine, so i think I must've done something on my PC to mess it up. Maybe a hardware conflict or something?