Been using the Rift S on my Windows 10 PC since the first week with no issues at all. The other day I turned on the PC, fired up Oculus, and it asked to update the firmware of my Rift S to 1.8.1. YES I said. When it finished, my Rift S was "dead" - USB 3 and DisplayPort were RED indicators in the Oculus app. Restarted my PC and then USB indicator was orange and DisplayPort indicator was green. OK, that orange USB indicator is odd, but whatever. Fired up a game, and after about 1 minute, the Rift S goes black (orange light on headset) and my DisplayPort indicator turns RED.
Contacted Oculus support. Have uninstalled/re-installed now FOUR times per their instructions. SAME. DAMN. PROBLEM. Sometimes the Rift S crashes on setup, sometimes I get through setup and it crashed in game. Always no longer than a minute or so. If I just leave the Rift S plugged in and the Oculus up and running, it will do the same thing. DisplayPort indicator just turns RED after a minute or so like it's losing communication.
Oculus is complaining that the DisplayPort is unavailable, but it's plugged in. Nothing has changed except for that damn 1.8.1 firmware.
Have sent Oculus support my crash log. Nothing. Oculus support has been useless. Sigh.
Is there anyway to downgrade the firmware?