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Hand tracking poor if two Touch controllers being used. Totally fine if sensors see only one.

SwembaSwemba Posts: 2

I noticed today my touch controllers where lagging and choppy. Both in Oculus Home and in games.

If I set one controller down out of sight of the sensors everything is perfect. Doesn't matter which one. Both controllers work perfectly individually as long as they are alone with no other controller in the scene.

I've tried repairing the Oculus software, redoing all the sensor pairing and setup, reinstalling motherboard USB drivers, and unplugging all USB devices except for the Oculus Rift components. I also switched out both batteries in the controllers. Everything looks as it should in the Devices screen of the Oculus software.

The only things I can think of that changed are that my GPU got a new update (which happens every day with GeForce Experience it seems).

Anyone know of any thing? The rift is really only barely playable with one controller.


  • SwembaSwemba Posts: 2
    I rolled back until before the Windows Creator update and now the tracking works fine. So somewhere between then and now Windows update messed it up.
  • TomCgcmfcTomCgcmfc Posts: 2,448 Valuable Player
    edited March 2019
    If you look at the thread started before yours you will see that most of us found that the last win10 cumulative update KB4482887 seems to be the culprit.  You can go to your windows settings/update and security/view update history/uninstall updates, and get rid of it.

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  • falken76falken76 Posts: 2,960 Valuable Player
    Won't windows just download it again on the next automatic update?  I leave my machine on all the time so maybe it's different when it's off, does it automatically try to do a windows update when you boot up if there's a new one out?  Mine just checks every morning at 3 am.

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