Honestly, My software seems to work on a slot machine. I'm currently experiencing this error and no amount of troubleshooting wants to fix it today. I do have some luck restarting the OCULUS RUNTIME SERVICE under Windows Services menu [reference image below]. Usually that works for me (just not today). Just make sure you have your headset completely removed from your PC before restarting, and then reconnecting it. Also make sure to plug the USB 3 in first and then wait about 10 seconds or so before inserting the DisplayPort
Motherboard can't detect it as USB 3.0 if you boot up with Rift S plugged in. Disable USB legacy support will solve it, won't work if boot from cold shutdown or from sleep. (not recommended)I tried all methods. Reconfigure, reinstall software, reset PC... meh...Replug USB simply works for me. Whenever I want to use I just plug it in. I got the latest firmware & software update, no changes.Perhaps motherboard not "smart" enough - Asrock Z270 Pro4Oculus recommend me to try on other PC with different specs (I haven't try)
I have the exact same problem as you. Simply replugging the usb is fine but my computer is out of reach so I put a powered usb hub closer to me so I can easily replug it in when I want to use it.Its a real pain.This problem is something new because I never had this problem before. Maybe something they broke in the latest update?
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