This one is meant to monitor and notify about stuff entering your
Guardian playspace.Yay, Oculus. Good one for screwing over all of us who
bought what was supposed to be your premium product until you decided to
For seated games, not needing the Guardian, I'd expect to be able to
play in the dark.However, in trying to do so, I get constant alerts that
the play area was not detected and I need to run the Guardian wizard.
Ironically, there is the option to ski...
When I start the Oculus app, I get this red bar at the top saying new
drivers are required.When I click it, installation starts, and I get a
UAC prompt, an installation seems to start, and shortly after the app
shuts down, but when it gets back, the ...
Can't believe I'm not seeing anything about this here.The Quest is not
only getting promoted to a PC+standalone device, making the Rift S
virtually obsolete but it's also getting hand tracking which the Rift S
could well get too, but apparently isn't...
I'm getting this.No ill effects that I notice, but it's not cool either
way.Clicking the inactive ones shows garbled serial numbers, and they
are impossible to remove.Windows' device manager shows nothing out of
the normal.Anyone else?
Here's the performance of your MX230 compared to the 1060, which is the
baseline performance to run VR.Just skip the numbers and look at the
It sounds to me like installing the Oculus drivers just switched your
default Windows audio device to the Rift Audio as it always does, and
you're making a whole deal out of it.Of course, I could be wrong.