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  1. @QB.Piranha Uninstall WMR by going to Windows Settings>Mixed Reality and click on the Uninstall tab. Disconnect your headset from the PC and run the uninstall. Also check the list of apps and remove Samsung Odyssey Set up. Your computer will reboot at which time you plug in the Reverb and go through the WMR set up. Now go back to Windows Settings>Mixed Reality and click on the Headset Display tab. Select Visual performance level (recommend High), Resolution (recommend quality) and adjust for your IPD. When you then launch IL2 SteamVR will pick up on the new device and adjust your in-game fps accordingly.
  2. Here is the preliminary National Transportation Safety Board investigation report. Engine failure of #3 and 4. https://app.ntsb.gov/pdfgenerator/ReportGeneratorFile.ashx?EventID=20191002X11326&AKey=1&RType=Prelim&IType=MA
  3. @blitze You can delete a topic you originate by checking the options box in the title box up above. I appreciate anyone's attempts to bring a better vr image to this sim. We'll have to keep at it.
  4. @cmorris975 JSMGE is a utility that enables mods. It is very handy. Here's the link - https://www.filecroco.com/download-jsgme/ Download and unzip it and paste it in - D:\Program Files (x86)\1C Game Studios\IL-2 Sturmovik Great Battles. Open the file and create a desktop icon by right clicking the JSGME app file and send it to desktop. Download and unzip rowdyboot's mod. Extract the file folder and place it in - D:\Program Files (x86)\1C Game Studios\IL-2 Sturmovik Great Battles\MODS Now click on the JSGME desktop icon you will see your mods listed on the left. Highlight the mod you want enabled and click the arrow to move it into the box on the right. Close and the mod is activated.
  5. Open Windows Settings and click on Mixed Reality. Under Headset display select Visual quality to High and Resolution to Best Quality. There you can make IPD adjustments. Select the Experience options and choose 90Hz. To get Steam fps target changed you need to go into Windows control panel and uninstall SteamVR for WMR. Restart your computer and reinstall SteamVR for WMR and it will pick up on your Reverb and set fps accordingly. https://store.steampowered.com/app/719950/Windows_Mixed_Reality_for_SteamVR/ Sorry I can't be more help at the moment. I'm heading out the door or would address your other questions/problems.
  6. @Oyster_KAI @SCG_Limboski This mod works when enabled with JSGME and with Mods Off in game. It works on all servers in multi-player.
  7. I was able to get convergence for my Reverb but no luck with goggle aim or up/down. The adjustments that have worked in the past do nothing.
  8. We now have stuttering in all the maps. Where I was getting consistent 90s it is bouncing around in upper 70s over open ground in Stalingrad and Kuban. I've dialed down my settings but it seems to have no effect. I've also noticed explosions from mobile rockets continue to flicker long after rockets impact. The added fire effect is nice but goes on far too long.
  9. Yes. Here is the link to download WMR for SteamVR - https://store.steampowered.com/app/719950/Windows_Mixed_Reality_for_SteamVR/ In SteamVR settings>applications click the box to have SteamVR start when you launch a VR game. In the Audio section select the sound to switch to your HMD speakers when in VR. Do the same for your microphone. In Video check the box to allow super sampling and move the slider up to 188% and close the app. When you ready to play IL2 first start Windows Mixed Reality and move the HMD up - down - left - right for it to get it's bearings. The lenses will light up. Now minimize WMR and hold the HMD up at eye level and launch IL2 from your desktop. As the game begins to load put the HMD on and you should be taken to the hanger ready to go. When you exit IL2 remove the HMD and close WMR app. SteamVR will then shut down.
  10. In game settings under Service "Show/hide mission briefing" = letter O.
  11. It is not working for me. After deactivating mod I used the Batch tool to uninstall and then downloaded the newest version. I deleted the two files in Shaderfixes as instructed and activated the mod. I have no gun sight and the zooms do not work. Edit: I again uninstalled and downloaded the mod fresh. This time I left the two files in Shadersfixes and I now have the gun sight but none of the zooms.
  12. I spend my time making 3dmigoto VR mods for BoS and DCS instead of flying, see https://www.patreon.com/lefuneste
  13. Are you closing WMR after exiting the game? SteamVR is still active after you exit the game. It should drop off but this is not a perfect world (yet). When you first start WMR and then launch IL2 SteamVR should start automatically and icons for SteamVR and IL2 should appear in the tool tray at the bottom of the screen. Later when you exit the game icons for WMR and SteamVR are still in the tool tray. Click on WMR and close it. SteamVR should then close on its own. I agree that moving Win10 to a different harddrive is a good idea. Your settings are not too demanding for your system. Keep at it and don't give up. I've had my Reverb a month now and I still get WOW moments and sometimes nearly crash looking at the detail of images I've not noticed before. I don't know how flying a sim can get any better than Reverb. After all this game is animation and we can't expect Google street view like images.
  14. SteamVR will sometimes cap the fps at 60 after a crash. Unplug the headset from your pc and open Windows Settings> Mixed Reality and scroll down and click on Uninstall. After that is complete plug your headset in again and go through the set up. SteamVR will then pick up on your gpu and HMD and return your previous settings. That is because SteamVR is still running with WMR. When you exit the game and close WMR SteamVR should shut down. Check your Application and Developer Settings in SteamVR to check for it to launch with VR apps. To avoid shutting down your pc open Task Manager (Ctrl+Alt+Delete) and close the SteamVR functions that are running. It's not the WMR software that's causing crashes. You may be pushing your 1080 too hard. What settings are you running in game and SteamVR?
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