Oculus app version: 18.104.22.168.185
Quest 2 version: 22.214.171.124.366.328965050
Airlink was working fine for me a week ago. I picked up my Quest 2 today to try and connect and now I'm getting this message in the Oculus App "Oculus has detected a problem with your graphics drivers".
I've updated and clean installed my Nvidia drivers and reinstalled the Oculus app. Anyone have any ideas?
I have a GTX 1070. Again, everything was working fine last week.
I got the same issue today out of nowhere. Everything was fine yesterday too. I tried uninstalling my graphics drivers with DDU and reinstalling but it hasn't worked. I contacted Oculus support and they told me to fully uninstall and reinstall the Oculus app, but it hasn't worked. I'm certain that this isn't an issue on our end, it's just the Oculus app being buggy. Hopefully it's fixed soon before I sell my headset
Yup, same here. I don't think this happening to multiple people all at once is a coincidence. I reinstalled graphics drivers (latest game-ready RTX drivers from NVIDIA), then did it again only this time chose a clean install, then removed/reinstalled Oculus software, did multiple reboots - all with no effect.
Who wants to bet it's a crypto certificate, and they forgot to send out an update before it expired? Microsoft did that to Windows 11 users when one of their certs expired on October 31.
Also having this issue out of the blue as well. I played for several hours fine yesterday, but today my computer updated windows, and Its throwing this error now. I've reinstalled Oculus for PC, updated graphic drivers, reinstalled them, rolled them back, rebooting every time and its still not working.
I'm using a GTX 1060 6GB if it matters.