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Trouble setting up the Oculus for Windows App

D0dg3r-24
Level 2

I'm a bit of a noob with gaming computers and I need help.

What I have:

Lenovo Legion 5 with Ryzen 7 4800H processor

16gb DDR4

Nvidia GTX 1660Ti graphics card

Windows 10

Oculus Quest 2

 

In trying to set up the Oculus for Windows app, I get the message to update the graphics card so I can use the headset. According to GEFORCE EXPERIENCE, all 0f my drivers are up to date. What am I doing wrong?

 

Any and all help is welcome.

This noob thanks you

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crxefx
Level 5

I'm no expert either. I assume you reset your computer after updating? You could try downloading steam instead, they have far more vr games anyway. I've read a lot of problems with the link lately, especially since the last few updates. This may have something to do with it. Your computer is plenty capable. I use a similar setup just wireless, no problems here.

Also, I don't see how any of this will help but here are a couple oculus links concerning the, lol, oculus link.

https://support.oculus.com/444652019523821/

https://support.oculus.com/394778968099974

Sorry, I'm really not trying to spam your post! Just crossed my mind though... Search drivers on nvidias website. Make sure you select (mobile/laptop/notebook/whatever they call it) if you have a laptop computer. You can download older versions of the driver. Try a few different ones and see if oculus likes any of them. Again, i'm no computer guru but you probly want to uninstall what you have and start over with a different driver. good luck!