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StormyCarrot778
Level 2

Windows 11 suggested compatibility, and yes, I wanted in on windows 11 and got it, thus I, got the dreaded black screen of iceland.

 

Log of data [in simple terms]

  1. Booted up my oculus.
  2. The time comes, run it.
  3. Yep. iceland.
  4. I literally can count it as an app,
    Spoiler
    This is PC specs.
    This can let users diagnose the GPU.
    I use the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 Laptop GPU as my main VR/Gaming one.


    GPU:



    Nvidia Geforce RTX 3060 Laptop GPU

    AMD Radeon 5900 GPU





    CPU:



    AMD Radeon 5900 - 5000 Series





    RAM: 16 GB Just so you know, that is 16 Gigabytes.


    ASUS Motherboard, ROG Zephyrus G14 from 2020.



    Always gave stuff that can
    debug.


    Signature:

    It litterally makes this a PNG i found. hehe.It litterally makes this a PNG i found. hehe.




    hi
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StormyCarrot778
Level 2

Do not reply! I do not respond due to gaming. Message me, that helps, thru the Oculus System.

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StormyCarrot778
Level 2

Do not reply! I do not respond due to gaming. Message me, that helps, thru the Oculus System.

I know you don't want anyone to reply, and I haven't the faintest idea what are asking for / trying to tell us anyway, but I just wanted to say this is one of the most spendidly out-there posts I've seen in a while.

 

Yes, Iceland!