@mcs04 wrote: @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. In my VR rig I have a asus tuf b350m-plus gaming and it works for like 10 mins and then locks up my whole computer and I have to manually reboot. I ordered a a PCIe x1 riser card since it's getting blocked by my GPU. If that doesn't work, then I have a Asrock AB350M PRO4 in a Plex server I built this year. So I might just swap the two and see if that will work, since that one is what I assume is just a cut down version of the Asrock AB350 PRO4. Hopefully it will work, and thank you for your research and for reporting your findings in this.
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