Wireless adapter incompatible with RYZEN cpus

Re: Wireless adapter incompatible with RYZEN cpus

@OSUEd You will have issues more than likely. In the case of the wireless adapters not working its the fault of the motherboards not the processors. It appears that then only motherboard types that are working are most of the Asrock ones and the Gigabyte X370 chipset. What motherboard did you buy?

OSUEd
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X470 GAMING PLUS AM4 ATX AMD Motherboard

Alton
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Thank you!  This fixed it for me.  I did not even know what Ryzen Master was until this fiasco.  I have an ASRock Fatal1ty and it would only boot if I put the card in the 1x slot but it was so jittery it was unusable (never got a blue screen but that may be because I could not stand it for long enough to get one).  I have only played for 20 minutes so far but it is performing flawlessly now.

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@OSUEd Chances are youll be unable to play with the wireless adapter. Like i said Ive only seen x370 chipset boards work

Blackout
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getting DPC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION with my HTC Vive Wireless adaptor as well

 

Mobo: ASUS Prime X470-Pro AM4

Chip: AMD RYZEN 7 2700X 8-Core 3.7 GHz

 

DAlek5961
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I tried using the second slot with my NVMe drive but it would not boot.

I use the top 1x slot and top 16x slot. the NVMe drive slot, the 4 ram slots are occupied with the 4 dims, I did not attatch any extra cards. Ran it until battery drain fine until battery died, second test is tonight (doing all of this in between work and school, Im no tech expert, but happened to have alot of hardware laying about and have been testing different configs)
DAlek5961
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What's your bios version? I am on 5.50l, testing again tonight, will post results later.
Latsyrc
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I'm using a Ryzen 1700 with Gigabyte Pro Gaming Carbon X370 and having the same BSOD issues
ben_sfg
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I have bios 5.0000D
MisterIXI
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@DAlek5961

I've tried the Slots myself, and I got to ~50 minutes before my System locked up again. (For me it just doesn't respond at all anymore - not turning off, neither displaying a BSOD)

But it went better than before, so maybe I can get it working more consistent from here on out. Thanks for the infos. 

 

 

Also at everyone reading this thread: there is a small update in the vive wireless app. It didn't seem to fix anything for me, but maybe it helps for some people. (I only found out through reddit, since it only showed me the available update once I clicked on the gear icon -> About)

 

Jack Hammer
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@MisterIXI wrote:

@DAlek5961

I've tried the Slots myself, and I got to ~50 minutes before my System locked up again. (For me it just doesn't respond at all anymore - not turning off, neither displaying a BSOD)

But it went better than before, so maybe I can get it working more consistent from here on out. Thanks for the infos. 

 

 

Also at everyone reading this thread: there is a small update in the vive wireless app. It didn't seem to fix anything for me, but maybe it helps for some people. (I only found out through reddit, since it only showed me the available update once I clicked on the gear icon -> About)

 


It didn't fix a **bleep** thing.

MrMandar
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Ryzen 7 2700 on an Asus Prime B250 Plus

 

Moving the card as close to my Video Card as possible let it load the 64 bit drivers instead of the 32 and this stoped it from locking up or BSOD from just having steam running.   I made sure to update my BIOS and all software (there is a new VIVE Wireless application update) .  I have still had a BSOD once since making this change but once I got everything updated (Steam VR Beta and Non-Beta tested)  it has happened very rarely.  Also I did have to go into the Divice management and force it to check for new drivers for the VIVE before it workes fully with Steam.  Everything was really low res (so low I could not read any text)  until I rebooted.    It was a chore but the outcome seems to be a working system.

mcs04
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@MrMandar wrote:

Ryzen 7 2700 on an Asus Prime B250 Plus

 

Moving the card as close to my Video Card as possible let it load the 64 bit drivers instead of the 32 and this stoped it from locking up or BSOD from just having steam running.   I made sure to update my BIOS and all software (there is a new VIVE Wireless application update) .  I have still had a BSOD once since making this change but once I got everything updated (Steam VR Beta and Non-Beta tested)  it has happened very rarely.  Also I did have to go into the Divice management and force it to check for new drivers for the VIVE before it workes fully with Steam.  Everything was really low res (so low I could not read any text)  until I rebooted.    It was a chore but the outcome seems to be a working system.


I've tried every PCIe slot I have except for the one closest to my GPU (because it would partially block the fan) but I decided to give it a shot after your post.  It actually worked close to 10 minutes this time before locking up with a BSOD.  The dozens of previous attempts either locked up once SteamVR started or within 60 seconds of starting a game.  Not sure if it's just a coincidence though because others seem to be able to play for hours where they think the problem has been fixed, and then suddenly BSODs again.

 

The wireless update did nothing for me either - still BSOD after a minute of starting a game.

 

I have an AsRock AB350 PRO4 that I'm going to try today as a last-ditch effort before finishing up my return since a few others seem to have some success, we'll see

DAlek5961
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Hope the ASRock works for ya, my second night with it went without a hitch!.
Well.. Standout VR loaded, but none of the menus worked, I really wanna rule this as the game being faulty than the headset.

Charging up battery as we speak for night 3!
mcs04
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@DAlek5961 wrote:
Hope the ASRock works for ya, my second night with it went without a hitch!.
Well.. Standout VR loaded, but none of the menus worked, I really wanna rule this as the game being faulty than the headset.

Charging up battery as we speak for night 3!

Success finally! This particular motherboard is working for me (so far).  I switched from a MSI B450 Tomahawk to the Asrock AB350 PRO4 (with my original Ryzen 2600x and GTX 970) and I was able to burn through an entire battery pack with no BSOD, and I'm currently on the second pack with no crashing issues.  I updated the bios to ver 5.00 and installed the latest AMD Chipset drivers. Have played Beat Saber, Space Pirate Trainer, The lab, Holopoint and Skyrim.  The only problem I've had so far was when SteamVR suddenly dropped connection of the headset, lighthouses and controllers, and reconnected everything about 30 seconds later.  Not sure why that happened, but was during the Budget cuts demo.  Everything else has been smooth.  I have the WiGig card installed in the top PCIe 1x slot, and my GPU in the 16x slot below that.