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*Windows 10 Oculus Rift Error*

louiz123louiz123 Posts: 2
edited July 2015 in Support
Hello,
I bought an Oculus Rift DK2 about 3 Months ago I was playing on it on my Windows 7 PC,
Yesterday I downloaded the Devloper Windows 10 unfortunately it now says
Service Unavalible
The service is disconnected
I have tried all the normal stuff such as reconnecting unistannling and reinstalling and restarting PC
Please Help Me :/

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  • cyberealitycybereality Posts: 26,156 Oculus Staff
    Windows 10 support has not been released yet.
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  • HappyHimitsuHappyHimitsu Posts: 990
    Art3mis
    louiz123 wrote:
    Hello,
    I bought an Oculus Rift DK2 about 3 Months ago I was playing on it on my Windows 7 PC,
    Yesterday I downloaded the Devloper Windows 10 unfortunately it now says
    Service Unavalible
    The service is disconnected
    I have tried all the normal stuff such as reconnecting unistannling and reinstalling and restarting PC
    Please Help Me :/

    Not sure if you've found it yet but this reddit thread sure helped me louiz.

    A bit of a pain as it has to be done every time you update to a new build and there are some issues if you are running a kinect, but you should be able to get it working fine with a little trial and error. Also if you are running Nvidia you will have to downgrade your drivers to 350.12 so no DK12 for now.

    Edit: Forgot to mention, the aforementioned method only works if you have an upgraded install vs a clean one. So if you are the latter, you are out of luck.
    Hopefully Oculus will have something available soon now that 10 has RTM'd.

    Another Edit: Follow these instructions to get it happening on AMD as things are a little different.
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  • and THIS is why I have not yet upgraded :) I knew Oculus would be borked. I have 1 year to get the upgrade for free and in no rush to upgrade now to 10 from 7. I will but I want Oculus to be out in consumer level AND nVidia drivers to have time to get more "mainstream" with the OS.
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  • LhunLhun Posts: 188
    Hiro Protagonist
    louiz123 wrote:
    Hello,
    I bought an Oculus Rift DK2 about 3 Months ago I was playing on it on my Windows 7 PC,
    Yesterday I downloaded the Devloper Windows 10 unfortunately it now says
    Service Unavalible
    The service is disconnected
    I have tried all the normal stuff such as reconnecting unistannling and reinstalling and restarting PC
    Please Help Me :/

    Not sure if you've found it yet but this reddit thread sure helped me louiz.

    A bit of a pain as it has to be done every time you update to a new build and there are some issues if you are running a kinect, but you should be able to get it working fine with a little trial and error. Also if you are running Nvidia you will have to downgrade your drivers to 350.12 so no DK12 for now.

    Edit: Forgot to mention, the aforementioned method only works if you have an upgraded install vs a clean one. So if you are the latter, you are out of luck.
    Hopefully Oculus will have something available soon now that 10 has RTM'd.

    Another Edit: Follow these instructions to get it happening on AMD as things are a little different.


    I'm glad my threads are helping people. Cheers.
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