OldFlyboy

Oculus software and SteanVR: Constantly Loading

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:angry: I have searched numerous directories, checked dll.xmls, etc and I cannot STOP these two from loading in P3D.

They both start 2-4 times while the sim is initiating, then whenever I change a plane or scenario. After a few times SteamVR refses to quit so Task Manager needs to close it. 

Can anyone tell me how to stop this??

At present I am trying VR in FSX Steam and not P3D.

Thanks for attention

Neal H

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I know Oculus Software runs whenever I start FlyInside for P3D but that is to expect since FlyInside relies on Oculus Software. At least that is how I understand it.

As for Steam I noticed the same thing when I was using P3Dv3.4 but I haven't seen it when using P3Dv3.2. Maybe you can stop Steam from loading by making sure it's not started at the time you start your simulator.

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Did you accidently set P3D to always start in Oculus mode?

 

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13 hours ago, HiFlyer said:

Did you accidently set P3D to always start in Oculus mode?

 

I didn't know that it could be started in Oculus Mode. I will check the settings later and see what I can find.  Is there a particular screen that sets it?

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19 minutes ago, OldFlyboy said:

I didn't know that it could be started in Oculus Mode. I will check the settings later and see what I can find.  Is there a particular screen that sets it?

I'm not sure either since I've never bothered with it but I know that in P3D you can right-click from your cockpit view and select 'Virtual Reality', either Cockpit or Virtual Cockpit.

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Since P3D is using Oculus SDK it automatically loads the software if it's present.

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