So you think they are ripping us all off on purpose? If this is the case then the whole world needs to know about this!! If I get no satisfaction then I will sue, and they will try and settle... but I don't need money... I'll just sue them and watch them lose sales.
One sweet day this will be fixed lol
I have a VR ready laptop the ASUS ROG 503VM Strix - Oculus worked fine ever since I got it... then it just went to black screen, everything else worked... sound, sensor tracking, you can see the game on the monitor... but not on the Rift...
So this issue isn't your laptop not working as Cyber suggests... this is a bad case of Oculus not doing their job to protect the customer from driver incompatibility.
SORT IT OUT! This is the umpteenth message I have left including support tickers... You will not ignore this problem and if you do any longer I will ensure I use all my amplification avenues to make sure the entire world knows it too!
And um yes if you haven't guest I'm pissed off!
Valve Index & Oculus Rift CV1, Asus Strix OC RTX™ 3090, i9-10900K (5.3Ghz), 32GB 3200MHz, 8TB
"Ask not what VR can do for you, but what you can do for VR"
It's possible the laptop is not compatible. Most laptops don't work at all with Rift, due to differences in the way they handle video output (for example, having the HDMI port hard-wired to the integrated GPU). This may be the problem.
However, you can try doing a DDU safe mode uninstall and then install latest Nvidia drivers fresh. Also install latest Intel graphics drivers. If your machine has a DisplayPort output, try using the for Rift (with an adapter).