Hi. My laptop was built a few years ago with, at the time, good hardware. It was a dedicated "School Laptop" that we (the students) were allowed to keep since we paid for them. It still ticks all the boxes in the oculus compatibility check except one: It runs on integrated graphics rather than a dedicated graphics card.
First of: I do have a new PC ordered but it won't arrive within the next weeks. I'm well aware that Rift would risk running suboptimal or even crash.
How can I bypass the compatibility nonsense message that appears when you try to install the application on your PC. I have never seen a program behave like this. Like... It doesn't even let me add the friggin' Rift to my account because I can't get the app to stop whinning about.
Changing reg keys for the Graphics Card Display Name did not work. What am I missing?
I do not intend to use the actual Rift, I mostly just want to get used to setting it up and actually adding it to my account, which i cant even though the Library Client shouldn't Need any vr capabilities. It's a seperate Service.