My oculus quest will very rarely want to work with USB 3.0 but will work with USB 2.0. USB 2.0 will disconnect after some time. USB 3.0 will disconnect after a very short amount of time I think the reason why USB 3.0 disconnects so soon are the USB 3.0 device in the device manager the computer was allowed to turn it off. but I can not test my theory because USB 3.0 does not work. my system specs are Ryzen 5 3600x GTX 1660 ti 128 SSD Asus rog B450-F gaming motherboard. thank you in advance.
edit: the port I use commonly most be USB 3.0 and I have tried different ports on my motherboard witch also identify as USB 3.0.
i have recently updated my bios if that might have something to do with it.
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I have tried most ports on my pc and none of them work. in the windows device manager, it identifies the port I commonly have USB 3.0 on my motherboard and it does not work. neither my pc nor my oculus quest displays a connection. but my oculus does charge. USBDeview does not register it connecting.
I ended up uninstalling the oculus software earlier and while I was reinstalling it I was testing the oculus link cable and 2 different charge cables for my phone to see if it would recognize my phone as a storage device. the oculus link cable only did it once out of a couple of times. once the software was installed it asked me to set up a device I used the oculus link cable it did not detect my headset, but when I used my charger it identified it as a USB 2.0 connection (witch my chargers are USB 2.0). so this sounds like a cable problem, what do you think?
thank you for your help.