So the first and simplest of the 2 is that I am having a goddam hard time trying to get all 4 of my sensors working. I have all the bells and whistles needed for 4 sensors to work, I got a dedicated card, with 4 USB controllers on it, and I still have a hell of a time getting the software to read 3 of the dang sensors, let alone 2. I get a poor tracking quality warning on 2 of them, no clue why, and it seems to change from time to time which sensors it is, but it is always 2 of them, rarely just 1 of them. Then, recently, when I go into VR, my guardian sensor net gets all messed up! I think it is because the number of sensors changed and it was trying to make up for it. Completely turned around the boundary I set up, almost ran into a wall because of it. When I went to reset the boundary it was only reading 2 of my senors, despite there being 4 of the detected. What the heck am I doing wrong, or does the oculus software just absolutely suck, and there is no way to fix it? I can't play a dang thing like this, so if I can't get a fix to this, I am contemplating returning the entire setup!
The second problem is a weird one, definitely software related. Somehow, something in beatsaber messes with something in the OVRServer_x64.exe 651191-public SC:67872015225 process, causing all sound to stop playing, even crashing my volume mixer, the one that is on every windows machine. Maybe related to sound drivers. It doesn't always happen after the same amount of time, but anywhere from 3 minutes to 15 minutes all sounds in the VR headset will crash, basically. The reason I know it is related to OVRServer_x64.exe 651191-public SC:67872015225 is because if you quit beatsaber, kill that process, let it restart, your sound will be back.