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New Update Issues

pizzafreak56pizzafreak56 Posts: 8
NerveGear
So, ever since this new update, I saw that they had customizable homes and instantly wanted to be a part of the beta. I've turned off classic oculus home and now it wants me to update my graphics card. I checked and saw my graphics card was up-to-date. I also tried clicking the link to the page that supposedly discusses the customizable homes. That's when I realized none of my oculus home links worked, not even the oculus support link.

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  • nalex66nalex66 Posts: 4,880 Volunteer Moderator
    What video card are you using? If it's Nvidia, you need 388.31 or newer (I'm not sure what the AMD driver requirement is). You won't get them if you rely on Windows update, though--you need to download them from the Nvidia website (or through GeForce Experience if you use that).
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  • cyberealitycybereality Posts: 26,156 Oculus Staff
    Go to your video card website (meaning search on Google for "nvidia drivers" or "amd drivers") to find the newer version. Apps like Geforce Experience many times only show really old drivers. However, you DO NOT want the latest Nvidia driver. You should use this version 388.71.
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  • pizzafreak56pizzafreak56 Posts: 8
    NerveGear
    Thanks @cybereality, but I'm still struggling with the link issue.
  • shanafshanaf Posts: 59
    Hiro Protagonist
    im having the same issue but is even more weird cos it keeps refering to my intel graphics. i have my gtx 970 as default though. Should the rift headset itself be connected to the gtx 970 hdmi or motherboard hdmi?
  • nalex66nalex66 Posts: 4,880 Volunteer Moderator
    You should have nothing connected to your motherboard HDMI. If your monitor is plugged into it, that can cause problems in some apps. 
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