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my pcs aren't oculus ready and i live without very much money

JohnPauljr
Level 3

i do not have a oculus ready pc so how could i convert my laptop into an oculus ready pc i have a surface laptop and every oculus ready laptops are super expensive and im very poor

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That is not really the best way to get help on a public support community but, as stated above, there is not really anything you can do to convert a non-VR ready Surface laptop (or any laptop) into a VR-Ready one. Luckily, your Quest 2 doesn't need a laptop to work well, you can enjoy it as a standalone device.

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synchromesh62
Level 9

Unfortunately there is not a lot you can do.

The quest requires a minimum specification and you cannot really do a lot to a surface laptop.

PITTCANNA
Level 12

@JohnPauljr wrote:

i do not have a oculus ready pc so how could i convert my laptop into an oculus ready pc i have a surface laptop and every oculus ready laptops are super expensive and im very poor


Use the Oculus quest 2 as is, otherwise don't cry on a public forum that your poor for a very luxury item.  There are a lot of jobs out, get out there and work to get a better pc. 

I do not respond to insults and i am too young to get a job i am 13 and this comment is very disrespectful

JohnPauljr
Level 3

do not respond with anymore insults or other impolite expressions.

  • Thank you for your politeness i appreciate
  • That you replied with a respectful way to do so.

JohnPauljr
Level 3

If you reply with a very impolite expressions like insults and so on otherwise i will report user PITTCANNA so this user can get removed from the oculus community

But is there other solutions to do so?

And i was not in tears if i see a another disrespectful comment from you i will report user PITTCANNA so this user can be removed from the oculus community

That is not really the best way to get help on a public support community but, as stated above, there is not really anything you can do to convert a non-VR ready Surface laptop (or any laptop) into a VR-Ready one. Luckily, your Quest 2 doesn't need a laptop to work well, you can enjoy it as a standalone device.

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