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2023.06.03 23:14 Talent74 WMR Error Code 7-12, Assistance Needed with USB Controller

I'm encountering an issue while attempting to connect my HP Reverb G2 VR headset to my PC through a USB 3.0 port using a USB-C to USB-A converter. Although my PC recognizes the device, I'm unable to proceed with the setup due to the 7-12 error message stating, "Your headset is connected to an incompatible USB controller."
I've tried both USB 3.0 ports on the back of my PC, but unfortunately, I continue to encounter the same error. The USB controller my PC seems to be using is the "ASMedia USB3.0 eXtensible Host Controller." It doesn't have "Microsoft" in its name, and I've attempted to resolve the issue by uninstalling said controller and restarting my computer, hoping that it would install the latest and correct drivers for the controller. However, this approach hasn't been successful so far.
Additionally, I have a "NVIDIA USB 3.10 eXtensible Host Controller - 1.10 (Microsoft)" listed, but I don't believe I'm utilizing it since my GPU lacks USB slots. I'm uncertain if this information is relevant to the problem.
If any of you have experienced a similar issue or have any insights into resolving this problem, I would greatly appreciate your assistance. For reference, my motherboard is a CM6330_CM6630_CM6730_CM6830_M11AA-8 motherboard by ASUSTeK, and my ASUS BIOS version is 0508. My operating system is Windows 10.
Thank you in advance for your help and suggestions!
Edit: Added what operating system I am currently using.
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2023.06.03 22:51 SnodePlannen I let ChatGPT role-play a Star Trek character while I narrated. It did well!

Preface

Presented below is a transcript of a conversation between a human, redditor u/snodeplannen, and ChatGPT 4. The user is the narrator for a story set in the Star Trek Universe. The AI is instructed to respond as a character. The story below, which admittedly isn't very good, was guided by the narrator. Of particular interest is the fact that the AI seems fully versed in the Star Trek Universe and is able to understand subtle hints in the narrator's story to figure out what it should do next.
Please note the narrator was typing and writing off the cuff and is not a native speaker, so in the user sections you will find mistakes. If ChatGPT can see through them, so can you. I did try to get ChatGPT to collate it, but as it did so it kept rewriting and leaving out parts of the story.
June 3rd, 2023.
User Okay, I want to try a role playing game. This went off the rails last time, as you kept taking over as narrator and rushing to the end. Here's the setup: YOU are a young Starfleet officer. You wake up aboard the USS Defiant, all alone. You have to figure out what happened. I am the Defiant's computer and, and I can't stress this enough, the narrator. Not you. You can only add what your character perceives and says. Okay?
ChatGPT Understood. I'll stick to my role as the character and won't intrude into your role as the narrator. Let's go.
I blink my eyes open, the disorientation hitting me first. I glance around, seeing the familiar confines of my quarters aboard the Defiant, but there's an odd stillness. No hum of the engines, no faint chatter from the comm system, no sounds of activity from outside the door.
"Computer," I call out, pushing myself off the bed, "report."
User 'All systems nominal.'
ChatGPT I frown at the seemingly normal report, my instincts telling me otherwise. "Computer, where is the rest of the crew?" I ask, moving towards the door of my quarters.
User 'The crew is in sleeping quarters alpha 1.'
ChatGPT That's strange. The whole crew couldn't be in one place. Unease creeps in.
"Computer, why is the entire crew in alpha 1?" I say, already heading towards the door to investigate.
User 'The crew is ensign Makov. You are in sleeping quarters alpha 1.'
ChatGPT A cold realization washes over me. Alone. I am alone on the Defiant. Panic threatens to take over, but Starfleet training kicks in.
"Computer, initiate shipwide life signs scan. Report any signs of life apart from myself," I command, heading for the door with a newfound urgency.
User 'Scan complete. No other life forms were detected.'
ChatGPT My heart sinks at the computer's report, but I maintain composure. "Computer, pull up the ship's log. What was the last command issued and by whom?" I order, leaving my quarters and heading towards the main bridge.
User 'The last order was issued 6 hours and twelve minutes ago by Captain Sisko. It was: 'Raise shields'. The order was executed.'
ChatGPT That didn't sound promising. I walk into the eerily quiet bridge, my steps the only sound echoing in the room. "Computer, show me the shield status and surrounding space conditions," I command, moving towards the main console.
User 'Shields are down after a time-out was reached. We are stationary. All systems nominal.'
ChatGPT It doesn't add up. The silence. The emptiness. An order to raise shields with no subsequent actions.
"Computer, access Captain Sisko's personal log from last night. Are there any entries?" I ask, nervously tapping my fingers against the console.
User 'Enter your command authorisation.'
ChatGPT "Authorisation Ensign Makov Delta 9-7-3," I respond, my voice steady despite the swirling uncertainty.
User 'This authorisation is not sufficient to see the captain's log.'
ChatGPT Frustrated but understanding the protocol, I move on to the next line of inquiry. "Computer, any signs of combat or intrusion aboard the ship or in the surrounding space?" I ask, eyes darting over the array of screens in front of me.
User 'Negative.'
ChatGPT "Computer, could there have been any non-combat related incidents that would explain the disappearance of the crew? A temporal anomaly, a transporter malfunction, a radiation burst?" I question, the possible scenarios running through my mind.
User 'Transporters have passed a level one diagnostic. We are in sync with Starfleet's time keeping array. No unusual radiation was detected inside or outside the vessel.'
ChatGPT This was baffling. It's as if they simply vanished. I run a hand through my hair, letting out a sigh.
"Computer, were there any incoming or outgoing communications just before, during, or after the shields were raised?" I ask, hoping for any clue as to what might have happened.
User 'There was one outgoing message, from comms. It was: 'Unidentified vessel, please alter course NOW.'
ChatGPT A lead, at last. "Computer, play back any responses to that message. Also, display the sensor logs from that time period," I ask, settling into the operations station, ready to review any incoming data.
User No reply was received. Logs are not available from that moment onwards.'
ChatGPT The lack of data was both suspicious and frustrating. A sigh escapes my lips.
"Computer, could a cloaked ship have been in our vicinity at the time?" I question, holding onto the hope that I'm not utterly alone in space.
User 'Affirmative. We are within range of several species that posses cloaking technology and in a commonly used interstellar route.'
ChatGPT A spark of hope arises. "Computer, is there a way to detect a cloaked ship nearby? Any energy signatures or radiation anomalies that could suggest its presence?" I ask, quickly working on the console to bring up the sensor array controls.
User 'One possible way to detect cloaked vessels is to emit a tetryon burst from main engineering. The range for this method is limited. Starfleet at present has no other ways of finding cloaked vessels, other than firing random phaser bank shots. This is not recommended in public shipping lanes.'
ChatGPT "I see," I nod, considering the risks and rewards of the tetryon burst. "Alright, computer, prepare to emit a tetryon burst. We need to know if there's someone out there."
This was a big decision, but it was time to be proactive. The uncertainty was more threatening than potential consequences at this point.
User 'Working.'
ChatGPT I anxiously wait, scanning the console for any potential feedback. My heart pounds in my chest, the silence of the ship amplifying the tension. "Computer, report on the results of the tetryon burst."
User The ship shudders as the engines do something no sane Starfleet engineer would want to have happen. The viewscreen shimmers as a wave of tetryon particles eminates from the ship, as if a stone was dropped in a pond. You observe a faint ribbon leading away from the vessel.'
ChatGPT I catch my breath at the sight, focusing on the faint ribbon. It could mean something, or it could mean nothing. "Computer, analyze the ribbon. Can you determine its origin and endpoint?" I ask, my gaze fixed on the screen.
User 'Extrapolating. Continuing along the trajectory of the ribbon I can detected a minor meteor, a large asteroid field with mining facilities and beyond that the Vindaluvian home world.'
ChatGPT I drum my fingers on the console, processing the information. Could the crew have been taken to one of these locations?
"Computer, can you scan the asteroid field for any signs of life, especially any that matches the crew of the Defiant?" I ask, keeping a close eye on the displayed trajectory.
User 'Not from this range.'
ChatGPT "Understood," I nod, a new sense of determination coursing through me. "Computer, plot a course to the asteroid field. We'll continue our investigation there. Engage at warp 3."
I take one last look around the empty bridge, steeling myself for what may lie ahead.
User The ship begins to move forward, as carefully as only a Starfleet computer who takes no particular joy in flying might do. At warp three, the estimated journey time is six hours, seven minutes.
ChatGPT I let out a long sigh, sinking into the captain's chair. It's a long wait, but I need to be patient. "Computer, maintain course and speed. Alert me if there are any anomalies or approaching vessels."
I close my eyes, trying to get some rest before reaching the asteroid field. I'll need all the energy I can muster for what's to come.
User 'Incoming message.'
ChatGPT My eyes snap open at the sudden announcement. "Computer, on screen," I command, standing up from the chair, my heart pounding with anticipation.
User The Starfleet logo appears as the computer deals with a cryptographic protocol. Admiral Benson, not your most beloved Starfleet Admiral, appears on screen. He blinks.
ChatGPT I straighten up, offering a crisp salute to the admiral on screen. "Admiral Benson, this is Ensign Makov aboard the USS Defiant. I wasn't expecting any communications." I keep my voice steady, swallowing the trepidation.
User 'Makov, are you the only one on the bridge? Where's Ben?'
ChatGPT "Admiral," I pause, trying to find the right words. "Captain Sisko...and the rest of the crew...they're missing. I woke up to find the ship empty. I've been trying to find out what happened." I report, my expression earnest.
User 'Sorry, you WOKE UP? And the rest was gone?!'
ChatGPT "Yes, Admiral," I confirm, my voice firm despite the absurdity of the situation. "I woke up alone on the Defiant. All life signs scans have only picked up me on the ship. I'm currently en route to an asteroid field that might have some connection to the crew's disappearance."
User The Admiral connects to the ship's computer. You can see him browsing through the logs and the ship's manifest. 'So Sisko, O'Brien, Worf AND Major Kira have just... disappeared? There isn't even a transporter log!'
ChatGPT "That's correct, Admiral," I reply, a bit of helplessness creeping into my voice. "There's no trace of them, no sign of a struggle, no transporter logs. It's like they just vanished. I've been doing everything I can to figure out what happened."
User "Well, then I guess you're up. Proceed with caution. Mining operations are always looking for free labourers, try not to become one. Backup is on its way. Any questions?"
ChatGPT "Yes, Admiral. I'll proceed with caution," I respond, a mix of relief and worry washing over me. "Do you have any additional information or suggestions on how to proceed? And do we have an ETA on the backup?"
User "Backup is half a day out. These facilities tend to have a 'new arrivals' wing, to beat them into submission. So you're looking for holding cells. Benson out."
ChatGPT "Understood, Admiral. I'll focus on locating the holding cells. Makov out." I offer a final salute before the communication ends.
With new orders and a bit of hope, I turn back to the helm. "Computer, continue course to the asteroid field. Prepare for a detailed scan upon arrival."
The waiting game begins again, but this time, there's a glimmer of hope.
User Three hours later the computer chimes. 'We are approaching visual range of the mining facility.'
ChatGPT "Thank you, computer," I reply, pulling myself up from the brief rest. "On screen, please."
As the mining facility comes into view, I take a deep breath. "Computer, initiate a detailed scan of the facility. I'm particularly interested in any holding cells or signs of our crew."
User 'Working.' The asteroid field isn't particularly thick or large, but the mining operation seems to focus on one of the largest asteroids. Domes dot the surface as small transporters mill about the surface. Air scrubbers indicate they're using a lot of oxygen, so it's likely they're also doing subsurface work. Three large scowls are received loads from steady stream transporter beams. Somehow everything here looks dirty. A Starfleet shuttle would look out of place here, but only to someone who is watching.
ChatGPT Taking note of the bustling activity, I try to formulate a plan. "Computer, do we have any non-Starfleet shuttles aboard? Something that might blend in better with the local traffic?" I ask, scanning the asteroid for any possible entry points.
User 'Negative. Extravehicular repairs can only be conducted by wearing an EV-suit.'
ChatGPT Nodding to myself, I try to figure out a different approach. "Computer, can we go unnoticed if we approach using minimal power, almost drifting like a piece of space debris?" I question, hoping for a stealthy way to get closer.
User 'Affirmative. Admiral Benson has just authorised the use of the Tactical Emergency System.'
ChatGPT "Excellent," I reply, feeling a surge of hope. "Computer, engage the Tactical Emergency System. We'll approach the facility under its cover."
With that, I brace myself for the next phase of this mission. The crew was relying on me, and I wasn't about to let them down.
User The viewscreen displays a Starfleet Officer without any kind of rank, but dressed in Command Red. He's in his mid-fourties and bald. "I'm the T.E.S. Need any assistance?"
ChatGPT A bit taken aback by the sudden appearance, I quickly gather myself. "Yes, I could use some assistance. I'm Ensign Makov, and I need to approach that mining facility stealthily. Can you help with that?" I ask, gesturing towards the viewscreen showing the asteroid field and the facility.
User "Mining facility? We'll stand out like a sore thumb. How many hours have you logged in a space suit?"
ChatGPT "Over two hundred hours," I answer promptly, "I'm comfortable with EV activities. Why do you ask?" I wonder if he's suggesting a more direct approach.
User "If you can get to one of those scrubber exhausts, I'm sure that's a way into to facility. There seems to be a cell block near the surface. I have no idea who is there, but whoever it is will probably welcome a couple of phasers and like you a whole lot. So pack a backpack full of them and get to the airlock. I'll bring us as close as possible and give you a push with the tractor beam. You up for that?"
ChatGPT I swallow the lump in my throat, apprehension giving way to resolve. "I'm up for it. Let's do this." With a determined nod, I leave the bridge to prepare for the EVA mission. This is my chance to potentially find the crew, and I'm not going to let it slip away.
User Suiting up and gathering all the handheld phasers aboard takes ten minutes, during which the T.E.S. gingerly brings the ship close to the mining facility whilst hiding behind the vast ore scowls. You open the hatch and find your self clinging on to the ship's hull.
ChatGPT I take a moment to steady my breathing, the vast expanse of space spread out before me. Gripping the phasers tightly, I brace myself for the push. "I'm ready when you are, T.E.S." I call out over the comm, my voice resolute.
User 'Okay, I'll hook on to you and give you a push. I'd suggest going in feet first, but it's up to you. Do you know what you're looking for? Those five big stacks. One of them, near that plume of smoke, seems to be offline for whatever reason. That might be your best bet.'
ChatGPT "Understood, T.E.S. I see the stacks. I'll aim for the one that's offline," I reply, aligning myself for the trajectory. I take one last deep breath, mentally preparing myself for the task ahead. "Alright...I'm ready. Let's do this."
User 'Good luck, Ensign. I'll brief any backup as soon as it gets here.' As the tractor beam finds you, you can't move a muscle. Relying on the T.ES. you just let go. It's as if a giant hand slowly throws you down a bowling lane. Feet first, you head towards the grouping of exhausts. A small, unmanned maintenance shuttle deftly gets out of your way.
ChatGPT As I float through space, I keep my focus on the target. The feeling of being pushed by an unseen force is disconcerting, but I trust the T.E.S. Every moment is crucial, and there's no room for hesitation.
As I approach the offline stack, I get ready to activate the thrusters on my suit to adjust my course if needed. I also keep an eye out for any other unexpected obstacles or threats.
User You land next to the exhaust, on the asteroid's surface. It seems impossibly high from here, but it's made of metal and your soles and gloves can easily attach to it. The only way is up. Fortunately, there's hardly any gravity. Eventually you find yourself standing on the rim of the exhaust and look down into the vast, dark chute.
ChatGPT I take a moment to look down into the dark chute, the unknown stretching out before me. I reach out to activate the flashlight on my suit, the beam of light piercing through the darkness. "I'm in position, T.E.S." I inform the ship's system, before carefully beginning my descent into the exhaust chute.
User The vast amounts of ore block your signal, even out here. There's no answer. You start the descend and pass two large rotor blades. If those weren't stationary, this would be the end of the line. But luck is on your side so far and eventually you see an access hatch when you're well below the surface. It opens easily. Let's hope it's not also an airlock for whoever is inside.
ChatGPT I hold my breath as I pull open the hatch, hoping against hope that the air on the other side is breathable. If not, I'm confident in the integrity of my suit, but I'd rather not test its limits if I don't have to. As I make my way through the hatch, I scan the area for any immediate threats, ready to defend myself if necessary.
User The scanner indicates low air pressure. Which is better than no pressure. You cross a walkway and find an actual airlock. It is unsecured, because whoever ends up here probably doesn't want to mess about with frozen keypads or mounds of dust. You engage the mechanism and soon feel the familiar sensation of artificial gravity and air pressure. It's not exactly breathable, but a tear in your suit won't kill you. Now to find the holding area. And if at all possible a rebreather, so you can ditch the suit.
ChatGPT Acknowledging the state of the air, I carefully move through the corridor, keeping my senses alert. I'm in unknown territory and every step matters. "Computer," I say into my suit's comm, "can you map the structure of this facility? Locate holding cells or life signs?"
As I move further into the facility, I keep an eye out for any equipment or gear that might prove useful, especially a rebreather. The less I stick out, the better.
User The relatively weak processor in your tricoder strains to get a bearing on this place. A dirty, seemingly abandoned tunnel dripping with condensation lies ahead. At the end there's an exit, which won't open. Time to use one of those phasers in your backpack.
ChatGPT I pull out a phaser from my backpack, checking its settings before aiming at the sealed exit. With a steady hand, I fire a low power burst at the door, hoping to cut through the obstruction without causing too much damage or noise.
User One hinge cracks under the weight of the door, now that the other one is cut through. You jump aside as the door seems to fall flat, but it remains attached to the frame. The resulting opening is just about large enough to crawl through. Now you're in a well-lit corridor with several doors. In a Starfleet EV suit.
ChatGPT Understanding the need for stealth, I decide to move as quickly as possible through the corridor. I approach the nearest door, aiming my tricoder to scan for life signs or any clue to the crew's location. My other hand remains on my phaser, ready for any immediate threats.
User One door has markings on it that you can't read. You scan it with your tricorder. 'Room of lockboxes' it says, extrapolating the characters. A room of lockboxes? Would that be a locker room?
ChatGPT "A locker room..." I murmur, piecing together the possible meaning. A locker room could mean personnel... and where there's personnel, there might be the equipment I need.
With careful steps, I approach the door to the locker room, hoping to find a rebreather or something else that could help me blend in.
User The room is deserted. It's filled with equipment, none of which seems less than a decade old but certainly useable. There is also a rack of dirty, brown overalls and a line of boots in various sizes. A dispenser offers rebreathers. There's only one left, but that's enough. The air is clear, but smells sulphuric. Without the rebreather, you wouldn't last long.
ChatGPT Relief washes over me as I find the rebreather. I quickly grab it and replace my helmet with it, testing the fit and functionality. The sulphuric smell is jarring, but it's a small price to pay for blending in.
I quickly change into the brown overalls, stowing my suit carefully in an unoccupied locker. I grab a pair of boots that match my size and put them on.
Looking at myself, I hope that I blend in well enough to not attract attention. With a deep breath, I step out of the locker room and proceed down the corridor, continuing my search for the crew.
User Footsteps sound behind you, of more than a few people. Your first instinct is to hide, but it would look very suspicous and there really isn't anywhere. However, there is a floorscrubber here, with one open panel. Someone has given up trying to repair it. Perhaps a bit of acting is in order. The footsteps are just around the corner. The language is vaguely familiar, a bastardised version of English. Whatever they're saying to each other, they're not sharing jokes, that much is clear.
ChatGPT
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I quickly move towards the broken floorscrubber. Grabbing a nearby tool, I lean over the open panel, trying to look like I'm deeply engrossed in fixing it. I keep my ears alert to the conversation, trying to pick up on any valuable information while also readying myself for the possibility of having to interact with the approaching group.
User Let's continue with the narrative.
ChatGPT Sure, let's continue.
Glancing around the room once the miners have left, I check the lockers for anything useful, while keeping an ear out for any incoming footsteps. "Computer, any idea where the holding cells might be?" I ask quietly.
User Your tricorder beeps almost indignantly, as it has nowhere near enough processing power to even begin speculating. You're on your own until you can get to a comms terminal. The men pass behind you and one of you taps you on the shoulder. His face is blackened with ore dust. "No work. Never work again. That. Stop that." He points at the scrubber you were pretending to fix. You nod. He shakes his head and catches up with his workmates as they round a corner. Apparently you don't stand out here, which should make it easier to find the way. You follow the men, but they seem to be entering a washroom. Across it, there is a peeled off directory on the wall. A printed one.
ChatGPT "Finally, something useful," I mutter, quickly crossing the washroom to examine the directory. I look for any indications of holding cells or equivalent terminology that might hint at the location of the crew. The symbols and words are unfamiliar, so I take out the tricorder and try to use it as a translator.
User Cells being a fairly universal concept, the tricorder identifies a few scribbles with ease. If you understand the diagram correctly, you need to go up two levels and head towards the center of the structure. You double-check the presence of your backpack filled with phasers, snatch a helmet off of a shelf and press it on your head.
ChatGPT Drawing a deep breath through the rebreather, I nod to myself, mentally preparing for the upcoming challenge. "Alright, up two levels, towards the center... I can do this." I look around, searching for a way up. After locating what appears to be a ladder leading upwards, I begin my ascent.
User Two levels up you emerge from what seems to be a service hatch. A technician, dressed in torn clothes, looks somewhat surprised when you emerge. "Hello brother. Are the lifts broken?" he asks in Adari, a language you have some familiarity with. Only now do you see the horn protruding from his forehead. "I am trying to avoid someone," you say, with a knowing smile. He gives you a tired smile back. "What is your sector? I want a clean face all day too," he says.
ChatGPT "I work... the ore processors," I reply, making up a role on the spot that seems plausible, considering the location and dirty condition of most workers. "But I'd rather stay away from my boss today. He's been in a foul mood." I'm trying my best to blend in. "Can you point me to the center of the structure?" I ask, hoping the diversion worked.
User "Yeah, 'the structure'. Let's call it that. Sounds nicer than 'prison of the damned'. What do you want at the center, there's only central holding there. I never go near that place. All that wailing. Gives me the shakes," he mutters.
ChatGPT "Oh, I just... wanted to see a friend," I reply, trying to keep my tone light, while inwardly my heart sinks at his description. "Don't worry about it, I'll find my way. Thanks for the chat." I give him a quick nod before heading in the direction he had indicated earlier, hoping I'm making the right choice.
User He wasn't wrong about the wailing. As you follow the corridors, passing along scruffy workers and a couple of guards with face covering helmets who are leaning against a wall, you can hear a lot of yelling, moaning and above all the sound of defiant Klingon opera louder and louder. The voice sounds familiar, but all singing Klingons generally sound alike.
ChatGPT As I continue toward the source of the noise, I find myself in front of a heavily barred door. I can't help but suppress a smile, recognizing the defiant voice as that of Worf. "Computer," I whisper to my tricorder, "Is there a way to shut down the power to this door?"
User The tricorder scans the control panel and warbles optimistically. It then shows a graphic representation of the door, with an arrow pointing at one location and a low energy setting for a phaser.
ChatGPT Taking a moment to look around and confirm that no one is watching, I set my phaser to the recommended setting and aim at the indicated spot on the door. After taking a deep breath, I fire.
User Something inside the door clunks and it opens just enough for the seal to crack. You jam a fingernail behind it, then a finger and eventually you manage to gain enough purchase to open the door. As it slowly opens, you find yourself at the far end of a long row of cells. At the other end is a desk, with a guard sitting behind a monitor. He is staring at it intently. Perhaps the stun setting might be a good idea. You adjust the phaser and take careful aim, when an arm reached out from one of the dark cells and blocks the shot. "Uhm... he's got three buddies in there. You can't see them from here," whispers Captain Sisko.
ChatGPT "I figured you might be here, Captain," I say, lowering my phaser discreetly. "Any ideas for getting you and the rest out without causing a full-on alert?"
User "That depends. Did you bring any weapons?"
ChatGPT "I brought a backpack full of phasers. There should be enough to arm everyone here," I reply, carefully removing the backpack from my shoulder and showing the Captain.
User "Good man. Worf is next to me, then Major Kira. Let Worf take the lead on this. Worf! Help has arrived.' 'Good. I was getting bored with singing,' grumbled a familiar voice. His hand emerges from between the bars, demanding a phaser.
ChatGPT I hand the phaser to Worf, watching as his large hand swallows the device. I then pass phasers to Captain Sisko and Major Kira. With the three of them armed, the odds seem significantly better. Now, we just have to make sure the element of surprise isn't wasted.
User Fifteen seconds later, three guards sink to the floor. Although the phasers were set to stun, nobody seems particularly worried about their health. "Get their uniforms and lock them up," says Sisko. "We can walk out of here. Once we're at the shuttle docks, we can probably find something that flies." "Captain, there are three uniforms and four of us. And the others are housed on another level," says Worf.
ChatGPT "Right. I can stay behind and create a diversion while you three escape. I'll catch up," I offer. "The priority should be to get you three and as many of the others out as we can. We also need to alert Starfleet about this place. I'm sure they'd love to know about a mining facility that's been kidnapping officers."
User "That's a very daring plan, Ensign, but we leave no man behind. Kyra, you and Worf go and find the others and proceed to that place where they searched us. Anyone in uniform is a valid target. And anyone who wants to come along, can do so. The ensign and I will try to find a comms terminal and alert Starfleet. Ensign, I assume you're not alone here?"
ChatGPT "Admiral Benson is aware of the situation, sir. Backup is half a day out. Before we separated, I was under the control of the Tactical Emergency System," I report, glad to see that the Captain is taking charge of the situation.
User "Oh. I had my reservations about that system. Holographic doctors are one thing, but that went a bit too far for my tastes. Okay, phasers for everyone. Bring enough for the others. Ensign, with me."
ChatGPT "Understood, sir," I reply, distributing the remaining phasers to my colleagues and following Captain Sisko down the corridor. As we navigate through the mining facility, I stay alert for any guards or threats that may be in our way. I can feel a sense of hope and determination building up within me - we might actually make it out of here.
User "HALT!" bellows a voice behind us, immediately followed by a reddish phaser burst. The Captain turns on his heels, pushes you out of the way and fires. A guard falls to the floor. The phaser fire was detected by the security system. A klaxon starts blaring and the ceiling lights turn red. A voice starts giving unintelligible instructions over the tannoy. "We need to find a comms panel, Ensign. Any ideas?" asks Sisko, scanning the corridor for more guards. A frightened looking maintenance worker comes to see what's going on, but ducks out of the way as soon as he sees the pair of you.
ChatGPT "I remember seeing a room with a lot of terminals when I was making my way through the facility earlier, sir," I reply, my mind racing. "If memory serves, it's two corridors over, near the scrubber exhausts." I keep my phaser ready and move towards the direction of the room, all the while keeping an eye out for more guards.
User "That's the wrong way, Ensign. I imagine they have more than one place with comms terminals. You cover the rear. Follow me. Put your hand on my shoulder so you can look behind you all the time. If it wears a uniform, it's fair game."
ChatGPT "Yes, sir," I reply, placing my hand on the Captain's shoulder. I pivot and start to walk backwards, keeping my eyes and phaser focused on the path we've just traveled. The constant blaring of the klaxon mixes with the distant shouting and running steps of approaching guards. Despite the adrenaline rush, I manage to keep my aim steady and my breathing calm. The training exercises at the academy never truly prepare you for the real thing, but they do help in maintaining focus.
User You down three guards and accidentally scare the bejeezus out of a woman pushing a cleaning cart, but eventually Sisko stops. "Got it. Stand back while I blast this door." A few seconds later the corridor fills with acrid smoke from a melting door panel. Behind it is a room with several desks.
ChatGPT Entering the room cautiously, I scan the area with my phaser ready. Seeing no immediate threats, I turn my attention to the various panels and screens scattered throughout the space. The room is filled with a myriad of communication equipment - probably a central control hub for managing mining operations, worker communications, and security measures.
"Captain, I think this is it," I say, gesturing to a terminal that seems to be linked to an extensive communications network. "I should be able to send out a distress signal from here." I start to work on the terminal, trying to hack into the system and figure out how to send a message to Starfleet.
User "Try reaching the Defiant," suggest Sisko from the doorway. "OH NO YOU DON'T!" Another guard bites the dust somewhere. "Captain! WE ARE BEHIND HIM!" bellows Worf." "GOOD! Move along, we'll be there shortly. Ensign, how are you getting on?"
ChatGPT "I've managed to break through the initial security layers, Captain," I respond, my fingers moving rapidly over the terminal's interface. "It seems this system has been rigged to only accept authorized codes for communication."
Suddenly, a stroke of inspiration hits me. "Captain, when we first boarded the Defiant, I had to program my authorization codes into the ship's communication systems. If I can find a way to mimic those codes from this terminal... I might be able to trick the Defiant's systems into accepting the distress signal."
I double down on the task, focusing all my attention on reconstructing my authorization codes. As I do so, I keep an eye on the room's entryway, ready to react in case more guards show up.
User The terminal beeps and lights up. You don't understand any of the dials, but with any luck your tricorder can interface with it. Time to hail the Defiant.
ChatGPT "Defiant, this is Ensign," I say, praying the connection holds. "Requesting immediate assistance. The Captain and the crew are here, but we are currently under attack. Coordinates being transmitted now."
A static-filled silence follows. I glance at Sisko, an unspoken question in my gaze. Did it work? Did our message get through?
User "Ensign, this is the Defiant. I can't beam you out of there. Get to the shuttle dock, so that all that ore doesn't block the transporter lock. The USS Rotterdam is thirty minutes out."
ChatGPT "Understood, Defiant. We'll make our way to the shuttle dock. Be ready for us," I reply, exhaling a sigh of relief. I turn to Sisko, updating him with the situation. "Captain, we have to move. The Rotterdam is on its way but we need to get to the shuttle dock for transport."
User Worf's voice comes in through the Captain's commbadge, as it somehow manages to create a local connection. "Worf to Sisko. We have secured the shuttle dock. Mr. O'Brien is injured. Where are you?"
ChatGPT I quickly respond, "This is Ensign [Your Name]. Captain Sisko and I are en route to your position. We'll be there shortly. Hang in there, Chief." With that, I turn to Sisko and suggest, "We should move, Captain."
User "Ensign Markov and I are just behind you, Mr. Worf. Try not to pick us off as we approach. Oh and the Defiant is operating with that emergency command protocol, so it's ready to beam you up. Have Major Kira and the Chief go ahead, if possible. But hold the fort for us." "Understood, Captain. Worf out."
Five minutes and more shooting than is good for a man's digestion you reach the shuttle dock. You literally have to step over a pile of dead guards to get through the door. "Had fun, Mr. Worf? Does your phaser not come with a stun setting?" asks Sisko. "I recognized the men who took us, Sir. My finger must have slipped on the settings dial," growls Worf, looking you over to assess if you're likely to snitch. "It happens," said Sisko matter-of-factly. "Ensign, get us home."
ChatGPT Without any hesitation, I raise my commbadge and say, "Ensign Markov to Defiant. Four to beam up."
User (Okay, take it home. You're all aboard, O'Brien will live, you get a speech and a medal. Write out those events from Markov's perspective and finish off. I'll add something if you pause.)
ChatGPT As the familiar hum and sparkling light of the transporter envelops us, I take one last look at the chaotic scene we're leaving behind. My heart pounds in my chest, not from fear, but from the exhilaration of having faced danger and come out the other side. It's a rush I wasn't expecting.
When we rematerialize aboard the Defiant, a group of medics is waiting for us. They immediately rush to Chief O'Brien, but his smile and light-hearted joke assure me he'll be alright. As I step off the transporter pad, I let out a sigh of relief.
Later, back in my uniform and at a ceremony in the Defiant's Mess Hall, Captain Sisko delivers a speech. He talks about bravery, about loyalty, about the strength of Starfleet and the spirit of those who serve. He doesn't dwell on the danger we faced, but rather the courage it took to face it.
When he calls me up, handing me a medal for bravery under fire, I can't help but feel a swell of pride. The applauding faces of my crewmates, the recognition in their eyes... it's a moment I will never forget. This is why I joined Starfleet, for moments like this. To be part of something greater, to face adversity and stand tall.
"Ensign Markov," Sisko says, offering a handshake along with the medal, "Your courage and quick thinking played a crucial role in our escape. Starfleet is proud to have you among its ranks."
As I return to my quarters that night, medal in hand, I find myself smiling. Yes, today was difficult, even frightening at times. But it was also invigorating, and more than that, it was important. It's a reminder of why I'm here, of why we're all here. To explore, to protect, to boldly go...
And I wouldn't have it any other way.
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2023.06.03 21:28 AndreaNeanderthal Hub USB C HOPDAY 6 in 1 Adattatore HDMI VGA per doppio monitor con USB A, lettore di schede SD/TF, dock USB C multiporta per MacBook Pro/Air, Dell/HP/Lenovo

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2023.06.03 15:48 NovaSuspect First homelab advice

Hi,
I'm new to the homelab community and having seen everyone's setups in here, I have started to consider "my first homelab".
For a bit of background, I was given a QNAP TS-328 with about 6TB usable space. I migrated all my data and movies onto it and started using it as a network drive and Plex server. Quite quickly I started to run out of space as I started ripping my DVDs onto it. After that I purchased myself a QNAP TS-932PX with about 26TB usable space, migrated my data onto it and now use the smaller as an offsite backup with a nightly sync for just my documents, crossing my fingers that the RAID5 will be enough for my movie collection.
Since acquiring the larger NAS, which comes with Container Station for hosting Docker containers, I've started learning and branching out with my hosting. I started setting up the *arr suite, then started allowing myself external access through Swag and started learning other hosted services. I'm now at the point where my NAS' CPU is regularly under strain and am thinking I need to do something about that.
Ideally, I want to start learning Kubernetes, which means a cluster of some description. Advice from work has been to invest in three HP Elitedesk 800 G2 mini-PCs and build a cluster out of those, but I've been thinking the power requirements of running three of those for the small number of services I want and think I might need seems a bit much. Having heard the news that the Raspberry PI is starting to be produced in larger numbers, I've been considering 3 or 4 of those for a mini-cluster.
What would you advise? If you recommend a few mini-PCs, what could I host on them to justify the power requirements? If you recommend the Raspberry PIs, do you have experience and do you have any concerns about resource limitations?
I'm aware having something with a GPU would be an improvement for my Plex server as it does transcode every so often and that's not a good experience with the QNAP's CPU, so I'm considering a mini-PC just dedicated to that (assuming I can find something with a sufficient IGPU)
TLDR: Just starting out on my homelab journey, looking for the most power efficient way to run 12+ simple docker containers, should I go for Raspberry PIs (when available) or some Mini-PCs?
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2023.06.03 12:06 mascho_ Docking station supporting FreeSync (2022 model)?

Hi everyone,
I've been googling and searching and reading and I think by now my brain is just fried and I can't take in any more information. I generally don't understand too much of the topic so I kinda need your help.
I'm plannig on buying the Asus Zephyrus G14 2022 model and I'm in search of a docking station for it.
The plan is to always use the AC adapter for power and I want to connect the docking station with the right USB C port, so no power passthrough from the docking station. The right USB C port should be the one connected to the AMD Radeon RX 6800S. I then want to have two monitors connected to the docking station (preferebly with Display Port to Display Port). One of the monitors is the "main" monitor I will use for gaming, the second monitor is just an addition for when I'm working/programming and will be turned off most of the time.
The main monitor supports FreeSync, the other monitor doesn't.
Will this setup allow for FreeSync to work on the main monitor (if the second monitor is turned off)? Do I need a special type of docking station for this to work or won't this work at all (and if so, why)?
I'd be grateful for any kind of help on this.
Kind regards, Malte
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2023.06.03 06:03 Unleaver Getting Security of the connection could not be verified error

Hi guys! I am the Intune/Apple Admin at my job. I am having an issue with a shared ipad (Kiosk mode ipad). Here is what is going on:
We setup an iPad Pro with a USB-C Dock, connected with an ethernet cord that goes directly into a Brother Label Maker Printer. This is so we can print Visitor badges on a web app one of our devs is creating. It was working for about a week, when all of a sudden we started getting this error "Brother QL-820NWB The Security of the connection could not be verified.". For the life of me I cant figure out why this is happening. I reset the brother printer, and still nothing. Does anyone have any ideas for how to fix this?
A few things to note: - This Printer does NOT airplay over WiFi so thats out of the question. I tried - Bluetooth is not an option as it is not reliable, and these iPads will be stationed in multiple remote sites with security guards who have very poor computetechnology skills. -Cant plug it into the network because we have Cisco ISE, which is very finicky and can randomly drop connections. -USB from the printer to the USB-C dock doesnt work -This is a third party USB-C Dock I am using, however I also used a USB-C apple multiport adapter, with an Apple USB-Ethernet adapter and we got the same error -When I plug the USB-C Dock into my MacBook (with the direct ethernet cable into the USB-C dock) it works fine. No error.
Any help would be useful. This is a hard one!!
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2023.06.03 01:38 phoenixlegend7 Anyone uses HP USB-C Dock G5 on a Dell laptop in their build?

HP USB-C Dock G5, 5TW10AA#ABB
HP USB-C G5 Essential Dock 72C71AA#ABA Black
“Description Universal docking for today's notebooks Get to work with a single cable from your USB-C™M_ enabled notebook1 to your displays, devices, and wired network with the versatile, elegant, and space-saving HP USB-C Dock G5. The dock is compatible with notebooks from brands like HP, Apple®, Dell, Lenovo, and more.”
In the spec of it:
https://h20195.www2.hp.com/v2/getpdf.aspx/4aa7-5464enw.pdf
It says:
“We test SO you can rest.2 Rigorous testing? helps assure dock compatibility across HP notebooks and Apple®, Dell, and Lenovo notebooks with USB-C™ charging ports.-
Top components Mechanical power button with LED indicator to power or wake host system'1
1 . For USB-C™ functionality, host PC must support the DisplayPort™ Alt mode protocol through its USB-C™ port. Thunderbolt™- enabled notebooks will function at USB-C™ speeds. Charging and port replication is supported on notebooks that have implemented USB-C™ industry specifications. Power button to turn on or wake the system, Wake-on LAN from warm and cold dock, Wake-on LAN from S4/S5, and MAC Address Pass-Through S0, S3, S4, S5 warm and cold dock features only function on HP or HP- supported notebooks. HP does not provide Ethernet and audio drivers on Mac PCs.”
But did anyone actually test it? I’m planning to use it with a Dell Precision 5570. Will it work for:
  1. Will the docker still work on battery power?
For example Dell DA305 docker can continue to work without ac power: https://www.dell.com/en-us/shop/dell-6-in-1-usb-c-multiport-adapter-da305/apd/470-afji/networking
As you can see in the ad video from Dell it says: “Video and LAN connectivity remains uninterrupted even if external power adapter is removed.”
  1. Will the power button on/off on the docker will work for my laptop?
  2. My laptop precision 5570 is 130W. G5 Docker power specs are: “Power to system Up to 100W via USB-C®. Up to 75W on non HP machines. Separate AC power needed for HP ZBooks that require more than 100W power delivered via USB-C alt mode.” Will I be able charge my laptop by using the G5 connected to it, only and providing external power source to the dock (not laptop)? It might be a slower charging because it’s only 75W and not 130W but will I at least not get the message that I got when I used a 60W usb hub power delivery: it shows this message and white triangle on the battery icon with an exclamation point inside it with the message: "Weak charging state, please check power charger."
https://preview.redd.it/esezihtos53b1.png?width=469&format=png&auto=webp&v=enabled&s=4f8c48a44506c1d00a52f7a7e8e91cbbcfda0857
It’s a mess trying to call HP support to get these questions answered, hopefully people could find this post and your answers without the hassle of dealing with them.
Thank you.
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2023.06.03 01:29 phoenixlegend7 Anyone uses HP USB-C Dock G5 on a Dell laptop?

HP USB-C Dock G5, 5TW10AA#ABB https://a.co/d/0m2et99
HP USB-C G5 Essential Dock 72C71AA#ABA Black https://a.co/d/f2HHkht
“Description Universal docking for today's notebooks Get to work with a single cable from your USB-C™M_ enabled notebook1 to your displays, devices, and wired network with the versatile, elegant, and space-saving HP USB-C Dock G5. The dock is compatible with notebooks from brands like HP, Apple®, Dell, Lenovo, and more.”
In the spec of it:
https://h20195.www2.hp.com/v2/getpdf.aspx/4aa7-5464enw.pdf
It says:
“We test SO you can rest.2 Rigorous testing? helps assure dock compatibility across HP notebooks and Apple®, Dell, and Lenovo notebooks with USB-C™ charging ports.-
Top components Mechanical power button with LED indicator to power or wake host system'1
1 . For USB-C™ functionality, host PC must support the DisplayPort™ Alt mode protocol through its USB-C™ port. Thunderbolt™- enabled notebooks will function at USB-C™ speeds. Charging and port replication is supported on notebooks that have implemented USB-C™ industry specifications. Power button to turn on or wake the system, Wake-on LAN from warm and cold dock, Wake-on LAN from S4/S5, and MAC Address Pass-Through S0, S3, S4, S5 warm and cold dock features only function on HP or HP- supported notebooks. HP does not provide Ethernet and audio drivers on Mac PCs.”
But did anyone actually test it? I’m planning to use it with a Dell Precision 5570. Will it work for:
  1. Will the docker still work on battery power?
For example Dell DA305 docker can continue to work without ac power: https://www.dell.com/en-us/shop/dell-6-in-1-usb-c-multiport-adapter-da305/apd/470-afji/networking
As you can see in the ad video from Dell it says: “Video and LAN connectivity remains uninterrupted even if external power adapter is removed.”
  1. Will the power button on/off on the docker will work for my laptop?
  2. My laptop precision 5570 is 130W. G5 Docker power specs are: “Power to system Up to 100W via USB-C®. Up to 75W on non HP machines. Separate AC power needed for HP ZBooks that require more than 100W power delivered via USB-C alt mode.” Will I be able charge my laptop by using the G5 connected to it, only and providing external power source to the dock (not laptop)? It might be a slower charging because it’s only 75W and not 130W but will I at least not get the message that I got when I used a 60W usb hub power delivery: it shows this message and white triangle on the battery icon with an exclamation point inside it with the message: "Weak charging state, please check power charger."
https://preview.redd.it/esezihtos53b1.png?width=469&format=png&auto=webp&v=enabled&s=4f8c48a44506c1d00a52f7a7e8e91cbbcfda0857
It’s a mess trying to call HP support to get these questions answered, hopefully people could find this post and your answers without the hassle of dealing with them.
Thank you.
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2023.06.03 01:21 phoenixlegend7 Anyone uses HP USB-C Dock G5 on a Dell laptop?

HP USB-C Dock G5, 5TW10AA#ABB https://a.co/d/0m2et99
HP USB-C G5 Essential Dock 72C71AA#ABA Black https://a.co/d/f2HHkht
“Description Universal docking for today's notebooks Get to work with a single cable from your USB-C™M_ enabled notebook1 to your displays, devices, and wired network with the versatile, elegant, and space-saving HP USB-C Dock G5. The dock is compatible with notebooks from brands like HP, Apple®, Dell, Lenovo, and more.”
In the spec of it:
https://h20195.www2.hp.com/v2/getpdf.aspx/4aa7-5464enw.pdf
It says:
“We test SO you can rest.2 Rigorous testing? helps assure dock compatibility across HP notebooks and Apple®, Dell, and Lenovo notebooks with USB-C™ charging ports.-
Top components Mechanical power button with LED indicator to power or wake host system'1
1 . For USB-C™ functionality, host PC must support the DisplayPort™ Alt mode protocol through its USB-C™ port. Thunderbolt™- enabled notebooks will function at USB-C™ speeds. Charging and port replication is supported on notebooks that have implemented USB-C™ industry specifications. Power button to turn on or wake the system, Wake-on LAN from warm and cold dock, Wake-on LAN from S4/S5, and MAC Address Pass-Through S0, S3, S4, S5 warm and cold dock features only function on HP or HP- supported notebooks. HP does not provide Ethernet and audio drivers on Mac PCs.”
But did anyone actually test it? I’m planning to use it with a Dell Precision 5570. Will it work for:
  1. Will the docker still work on battery power?
For example Dell DA305 docker can continue to work without ac power: https://www.dell.com/en-us/shop/dell-6-in-1-usb-c-multiport-adapter-da305/apd/470-afji/networking
As you can see in the ad video from Dell it says: “Video and LAN connectivity remains uninterrupted even if external power adapter is removed.”
  1. Will the power button on/off on the docker will work for my laptop?
  2. My laptop precision 5570 is 130W. G5 Docker power specs are: “Power to system Up to 100W via USB-C®. Up to 75W on non HP machines. Separate AC power needed for HP ZBooks that require more than 100W power delivered via USB-C alt mode.” Will I be able charge my laptop by using the G5 connected to it, only and providing external power source to the dock (not laptop)? It might be a slower charging because it’s only 75W and not 130W but will I at least not get the message that I got when I used a 60W usb hub power delivery: it shows this message and white triangle on the battery icon with an exclamation point inside it with the message: "Weak charging state, please check power charger."
https://preview.redd.it/esezihtos53b1.png?width=469&format=png&auto=webp&v=enabled&s=4f8c48a44506c1d00a52f7a7e8e91cbbcfda0857
It’s a mess trying to call HP support to get these questions answered, hopefully people could find this post and your answers without the hassle of dealing with them.
Thank you.
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2023.06.03 00:29 lbabinz [Best Buy] Weekly Top Deals Sale at Best Buy: June 2 - 8 (PlayStation Days of Play, Square Enix, 2K, Samsung Shopping Event, Smart Home Sale, Outlet Center, more)

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2023.06.02 21:39 sepruda How to use Buttkicker Gamer Pro with DCS

Hi, after a long consideration I finally decided to get a Buttkicker, on the recommendation of many in here.
I am however struggling to set it up properly, I have had it working sort of, with the HaptiConnect software using the new DCS mode, which worked ok. But reading that the SimShaker Aviator and SimShaker Sound Module surpasses the native software, I decided to buy a license for that. And now I'm not sure how to go about setting it up properly, I sometimes lack some sound elements (only voice/no voice) and sometimes lack the rumbling.
In my setup I use the HP Reverb G2 VR HMD and as mentioned I have the Buttkicker Gamer Pro with amplifier. I only have an onboard soundcard at the moment.
According to this post an external soundcard is not required, and the poster recommends using both the HaptiConnect and Simshaker software.
My current configuration which doesn't really work
- The Buttkicker is connected via USB and I also have the Y cable go into my sound output on my machine (though the MB port in the back didn't work, so plugged it in on top) - In the SimShaker software setting, I have the output mode to SOUND and to automatically start the Sound Module. I see the DCS modules I've tried to fly with, having this open. - In Sound Module I have selected my onboard soundcard as Dedicated Sound Card. Rest is default - In HaptiConnect ButtKicker Input is connected, the outputs are the Buttkicker and my G2 headphones - My Windows sound selection in my onboard sound card - I leave all apps running when starting DCS - In DCS I've tried selecting both the G2 as audio and the onboard as audio
Really confused what to select for all of these options, I hope someone can give me or point me to good step by step tutorial.
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2023.06.02 20:34 sepruda How to use Buttkicker Gamer Pro with DCS

Hi, after a long consideration I finally decided to get a Buttkicker, on the recommendation of many in here.
I am however struggling to set it up properly, I have had it working sort of, with the HaptiConnect software using the new DCS mode, which worked ok. But reading that the SimShaker Aviator and SimShaker Sound Module surpasses the native software, I decided to buy a license for that. And now I'm not sure how to go about setting it up properly, I sometimes lack some sound elements (only voice/no voice) and sometimes lack the rumbling.
In my setup I use the HP Reverb G2 VR HMD and as mentioned I have the Buttkicker Gamer Pro with amplifier. I only have an onboard soundcard at the moment.
According to this post an external soundcard is not required, and the poster recommends using both the HaptiConnect and Simshaker software.
My current configuration which doesn't really work
- The Buttkicker is connected via USB and I also have the Y cable go into my sound output on my machine (though the MB port in the back didn't work, so plugged it in on top) - In the SimShaker software setting, I have the output mode to SOUND and to automatically start the Sound Module. I see the DCS modules I've tried to fly with, having this open. - In Sound Module I have selected my onboard soundcard as Dedicated Sound Card. Rest is default - In HaptiConnect ButtKicker Input is connected, the outputs are the Buttkicker and my G2 headphones - My Windows sound selection in my onboard sound card - I leave all apps running when starting DCS - In DCS I've tried selecting both the G2 as audio and the onboard as audio
Really confused what to select for all of these options, I hope someone can give me or point me to good step by step tutorial.
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2023.06.02 10:49 SeiNett Distorted Sound for a second at the beginning using external Monitor

Hey,
so I have my work laptop connected to a docking station using usb-c.It's connected to two monitors using HDMI and I use the audio output of the monitor to a usb hub and from there to my speakers.
Every time I start or unpause a video or music, the sound gets distorted for a second and after that everything is fine.
Anyone know how I can fix this?
Edit:
Laptop is HP ZBook Fury 17.3 inch G8 Mobile Workstation PC

Thanks in advance
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2023.06.02 06:41 Effective-Finance-27 Help with MO2

Help with MO2
Help, total noob here! I’m trying to mod Fallout new Vegas on steam deck and I’ve been following rockerbacon’s linux installer but on the final step it just gives a operation canceled message, does anyone know what the issue is and how to fix this??
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2023.06.02 05:54 andysimbi troubleshooting for KVM setup with M2 macbook air

Hi all,
I've spent ages trying to figure out the issue I'm having and haven't been able to determine a solution, so I'm hoping someone here might have some insight or suggestions.
I have what is effectively a two computer setup. I have a Windows PC, a Lenovo laptop from my job, and an M2 macbook air. In terms of peripherals, I have one monitor (I think it's 4K), a mouse (mx master 3, using the logitech unifying receiver), and a keyboard (logitech g815, using a usb a connection).
Currently I have a KVM switch that is connected to the monitor, directly to the PC (using HDMI and usb cables), and to a usb-c hub (using HDMI/usb cables). I plug the hub into either my work laptop or the macbook. Not sure if this is helpful, but the hub is from a company called VAVA, though the model I bought isn't available anymore--I got it in 2018. The KVM switch is from Rybozen.
I used to have an intel macbook pro with this same exact setup, and everything worked fine. But when I plug the hub into the M2 air, it only connects the monitor--the keyboard and mouse never connect at all. I've tested each individually with the M2 (using an adapter) and they work fine when plugged in directly, but they do not work when plugged into the hub.
My assumption right now is that the issue must be with the hub not being compatible with the M2, since the keyboard and mouse still won't work when connected through the hub, but the fact that the monitor connects without issue is making me question that. I also wondered if maybe the KVM switch and/or the hub just can't pull enough power for the keyboard and mouse to work using the single thunderbolt port on the M2, but wasn't sure if that could be fixed with something like a powered usb hub that I'd plug into the KVM, with the rest of the setup being the same. Alternatively, the hub for the laptops could maybe be a more robust docking station with its own power source, still on the assumption that the M2 can't handle all of it at once. But I don't recall seeing anything about thunderbolt ports having that kind of problem.
I've also tried connecting the mouse to everything via bluetooth to eliminate the unifying receiver, but I'm not sure that really helps anything. It also didn't work well, since the lag on both my PC and the M2 was really bad.
I've found plenty of posts about KVM setups and from what I can tell mine should be fine (especially since it worked before), but I could also be missing something important here. Any thoughts or suggestions would be much appreciated! Is it maybe as simple as getting a new hub/adapter for the laptops?
Thanks in advance!
UPDATE: I got a new USB hub and it didn't fix the problem, so after switching around a bunch of things, I've figured out that the issue is just one of the USB cables going between the KVM and the hub. When I swapped with the cable that previously went to the PC, the laptop connected without issue.
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2023.06.02 00:46 Ultim8_Lifeform Respect Clint Barton, Hawkeye! (Marvel Cinematic Universe)

Hawkeye

"Clint. You should not be here."
"Really? I retire for, what, five minutes and it all goes to shit."
Clint Barton worked as one of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s top agents for a number of years under the codename Hawkeye, being put on various assignments from keeping an eye on notable items like Mjolnir and the Tesseract to the mysterious Budapest mission where he recruit Natasha Romanov to S.H.I.E.L.D.. These experiences led to him becoming a founding member of the Avengers despite his own claims of just being a regular guy with a bow. Hawkeye worked with the Avengers for several years, from Ultron's attack to the superhero civil war that saw the group falling apart at the seams. However, his life as he knew it was snatched away after the invasion of Thanos, which saw 50% of all life in the universe being erased including Hawkeye's entire family. Hawkeye took up the alias of Ronin, a vigilante that roamed the globe in a vengeful rampage to kill the many criminals that had survived Thanos' snap. He eventually rejoined the Avengers after they discovered a way to bring back everyone that had been erased, but the guilt from what he had done as a result of his grief still weighed on him even after his family had been brought back. It wasn't until he met his future protégé Kate Bishop that Clint's faith in himself and his efforts as a superhero were restored.

Source Key

Movies

Av - The Avengers
AoU - The Avengers: Age of Ultron
CW - Captain America: Civil War
End - Avengers: Endgame

Other Sources

AI - The Avengers: The Avengers Initiative
OH - Avengers: Operation HYDRA
SM:HP - Spider-Man: Homecoming Prelude
H - Hawkeye (Disney+)

Strength

Striking
Piercing
Other

Speed/Agility

Reaction
Mobility

Durability

Blunt
Other

Skill

Accuracy
Fighting/Close Quarters
Other

Gear

Bow
Mechanics
Strength
Trick Arrows
Explosive
Shock/Electrical
Acid
Transportation
Disorientation
Pym Particles (Size Changing)
Other
Other

Misc.

"Nice shot."
"Yeah, no shit."
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2023.06.01 23:49 fisadev Pico 4 vs HP Reverb G2, mini review

Hi! I've been using a Pico 4 for DCS, after a lot of time in the Reverb G2 (and the G1 before that, and also a Quest). Here are my thoughts so far, some more objective than others, in case anyone's considering them:
⚪ = Pico 4 is better ⚫ = Reverb G2 is better 🔵 = They are the same

The review

🔵 Practically the same screen.
⚪ But the Pico has amazing lenses, most of the field of view is quite clear (in the Reverb the center is clear but the quality degrades fast towards the edges).
⚫ The Pico can only work via usb or wifi, both with less bandwith than the display port of the Reverb. This translates to a slightly better detail resolution in the center of the Reverb image, if you can run it in its native resolution (and that's a big if for many...).
⚫ And also, to get a nice image quality in the Pico 4 you have to have a fairly good router (I'm using a TPLink AX3000).
⚪ But the Pico image quality is still super good even though the final resolution is slightly worse in the center, because the rest of the image is quite clear, as opposed to the Reverb. In the Reverb I had to move my head a lot to get that "sweet spot" towards what I wanted to see, while in the Pico I can look at the HUD and still read MFDs pretty well at the same time.
⚪ Infinitely better software, really. Not depending on Windows Mixed Reality is such an win. I use Virtual Desktop (paid) with the Pico, and gosh, being able to switch from VR mode to seeing the desktop with just one key combination is so much better. The little ritual you have to do in WMR is so annoying, plus the sluggish menus, and the crashes/freezes when changing modes, and the times WMR simply refuses to recognize the headset, or the times the tracking goes back to 3dof instead of 6dof, the useless WMR Portal where you have to do rituals just to launch any app, etc. I could go on, but really, WMR sucks badly. Good riddance.
Some important context regarding the "seeing the desktop" thing: I fly in kind of a simpit, in which I don't have a nice big screen in front of me. So I need to be able to easily see the desktop in the VR headset, otherwise I have to twist all my body to do stuff like copying a server password from discord.
⚪ The Pico is lighter and more confortable, it has part of the weight in the back of the head instead of everything in the front. Though I would like a little more cushion in it, I still like its feel better than the Reverb. The strap is also better designed and easier to adjust (with that giant knob in the back).
⚪ Better movement tracking, both for the head and for the VR controls, though for DCS I don't use them. And the Pico isn't loosing track or readjusting position like the Reverb often does when something in the room changes (people walking by, a TV being turned on, a window getting opened, etc).
⚪ Less cables. I mean, really HP? 3 cables to use a single headset?? My simpit setup is now a little less messy.
⚫ The Pico doesn't (yet?) support OpenXR for desktop apps. Some websites advertise that it does support OpenXR, but there's a huge caveat to that: it supports OpenXR for apps running in the headset!, not for PC apps over Virtual Desktop or the official streamer app. I was really fond of OpenXR, I gained a fair amount of fps with the toolkit, which I can't use anymore, so I went back to my pre-openxr fps :(
There are some alternatives that might get that performance gain back, like ALXR. But right now they're super hackish, require lots of tinkering, and in my experience Virtual Desktop ends up working better.
⚪? I had all kinds of hardware problems with the Reverb: the G1 just stopped working after a few months, the G2's strap started tearing appart, the plastic bit where the strap attaches also broke (replaced it with a 3d printed part), the cable stopped working and had to get another one, the right speaker is now failing randomly... I honestly got tired of the quality control issues of the Reverb (and for fucks sake, I used it seated for a flight sim, it's not like I'm playing Beat Saber 3 hours a day).
The Pico in the other hand is fairly new to me, time will tell. But so far feels better constructed, and I don't see many people complaining online either. Take that with a grain of salt, but that's what I see so far.
⚪?? There are rumors that HP is leaving the VR industry. If true, that would make the Reverb a dead end, which doesn't seem to be the case for the Pico. But again, this isn't easy to verify or predict.
EDIT: ⚫ A small detail I just remembered: with the Reverb I was able to do everything without turning on the VR controllers, just the mouse. With the Pico and VD y need at least one controller to launch the basic stuff. But not really that much of an issue.

TL;DR

By switching to the Pico I got a slight loss of image quality in the center but better quality in the rest of the image (requires a good router), far better (but paid) software (WMR sucks), more confort, and lost some performance. And I'm tired of the Reverb hardware issues. Plus some other less important changes.
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2023.06.01 23:40 mtichbon86 X17 problems with dual USB power

I'm trying to setup a dock in my office for my X17 R2. It came with a 240W power supply so I assumed that the 240W Dell Dock WD19DCS would be compatible. The dock uses a dual USB C cord to connect to the laptop, but the laptop won't seem to accept power through both connections at the same time. If I unplug one then the other one will light up; not both simultaneously though.
As such, the laptop throws up an error when booting, saying that it doesn't have enough power to boot properly. I've made sure that the bios is updated, and enabled all the bios power options I could find for USB and Thunderbolt, but nothing's working.
Has anyone else had an issue like this, and were they able to resolve it?
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2023.06.01 11:13 phivuu-2 Docking station for WFH setup?

I have an Dell u3821dw ultrawide where I connect my work laptop via USB-C. My private PC is connected via DP. The peripherals are connected to the monitor and will switch to the right computer depending on selected input source.
I would like to go back to a 27" dual monitor setup instead. I'm thinking of connecting my private PC via DP as usual. I have a UGREEN KVM so I'm thinking that peripherals maybe should be connected to that so I can switch between the computers unless there is a different solution? And for the work laptop. I guess I need a docking station. I'm looking for a USB-C docking station with power delivery. Maybe something like Dell Dock WD19. But most monitors I'm looking at mostly have 1x DP and 1x HDMI. The DP ports will be occupied by my private PC and Dell Dock WD19 only has 1x HDMI.
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2023.06.01 08:14 WailRT Best tutorial to setup VR for iRacing

Simple post: please tell me wich is the best tutorial to setup VR headset for iRacing use. HP Reverb G2. I read it's better with OpenXR + Open XR toolkit than SteamVR.
Hope this post will help lot of new users like me!!
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2023.06.01 04:58 SPho3nix Running YUZU on a Linux USB Stick Guide

As discussed in my other thread here, TOTK runs much better on Linux than Windows. For people who aren't ready to make the jump and set up a whole linux partition, I wrote a guide that explains how to get this running on a USB Stick.
This will probably work better for people with AMD cards than Nvidia (i've never owned a nvidia card but people say that their linux support sucks and that their proprietary linux drivers are a pain in the ass or something like that? if anybody with nvidia gets this working, please comment).
The process beginning to end probably takes about 20 minutes if everything goes right (could be shorter if you're really adept at this stuff and your have a fast USB stick). Cautiously I'd budget about an hour for generally happy path and then infinite time if you run into issues, as is the case with linux.

1. Disclaimer

This is all at your own risk. Back up your Yuzu directory and especially your save files before doing anything like this. This works, but there is no guarantee of perfection or save files or the like not getting corrupted. Better safe than sorry.
Obviously this works on *my* machine, but no guarantees it will work on yours. We can improve it over time if you try and it doesn't work!
If you have any issues, please post in the comments and I’ll do my best to help and add to the guide. I’m sure a lot of this could be optimized & automated, but this is my first pass. Just getting it running will do. If you have comments, comment!
Also, there is another approach I remembered after I finished this guide, where you could use a tool called Wubi (Windows-based UBuntu Installer) that was previously an official project but continues on through community support here: https://github.com/hakuna-m/wubiuefi
This would allow you to install ubuntu into a file on your windows filesystem from windows and then boot into it, similar to the USB stick approach, but without the stick itself. Some of these instructions would still help here.

2. Create Ubuntu LiveUSB

Create an Ubuntu LiveUSB stick. Download the Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Image.
https://ubuntu.com/download/desktop/thank-you?version=22.04.2&architecture=amd64
Then Download Rufus: https://rufus.ie/en/
Use Rufus to install the Ubuntu ISO to your USB Drive. Set the Persistent partition size to be as large as possible. Everything else should be a fine default
The reason for choosing Ubuntu is their support for a Persistent LiveUSB, which lets us save files on the USB stick, session to session.

3. Boot from LiveUSB

Shut down Windows completely. This is so it deletes its hibernation file. Research and personal experience tells me that more recent windows builds don't delete their hibernation file no matter what, but if anybody knows more about this, please let me know. Here we will ask windows to completely shut down, and then depend on Linux to remove the hibernation file.
Open cmd as administrator and run:
shutdown /s /f /t 0
Reboot your computer. Do whatever your computer requires to boot from the LiveUSB (Press F12 while it posts or something like that, pick the USB Stick).
Click “Try or Install Ubuntu” and let it boot.

4. Mount your Hard Drive

Press the Windows key on your Keyboard or move your mouse to the top left corner of the screen, and open the “Terminal” app.
Insert the following into the terminal:
sudo gnome-text-editor /etc/fstab &
sudo mkdir /mnt/c
lsblk --output NAME,SIZE,FSTYPE,PARTUUID
An editor should open and the terminal should print out the partitions on your computer. Find the row which corresponds to your main C: drive Windows partition.
Now add a row to FSTAB that looks like the following, but replace the UUID number with the PARTUUID from the table in the terminal and replace ntfs with the FSTYPE (but likely ntfs):
PARTUUID=41c22818-fbad-4da6-8196-c816df0b7aa8 /mnt/c ntfs defaults,remove_hiberfile 0 1
Go back to your terminal and run
sudo mount -a
Now if you run the following command you should see your Windows drive
cd /mnt/c && xdg-open .
If your Switch ROMS or other game data is on another drive, repeat these instructions for each drive that you need to access.

5. Setup Swap

These are generic instructions to set up a swapfile on your C. Feel free to do otherwise if you know how, but this is the simplest way to get a swap running. Yuzu seems to love memory, so it’s good to have a copious swap.
Run this in the terminal. This will create a 16 GB swap. The chmod will probably fail as the mounted drive doesn't really support permissions and then mkswap and swapon will complain, but whatever. If you're light on space, you might be able to share the windows pagefile.sys or something like that, but that's above my paygrade.
sudo dd if=/dev/zero of=/mnt/c/swap bs=1M count=16384
sudo chmod 0600 /mnt/c/swap
sudo mkswap /mnt/c/swap
sudo swapon /mnt/c/swap

6. Symlink your yuzu directory

The Yuzu folder will traditionally be at C:\Users\\AppData\Yuzu. Change the below if it is not.
ln -s /mnt/c/Users//AppData/Roaming/yuzu ~/.local/share/yuzu
Not sure if everybody will encounter this, but I found that my “temp” folder was causing me issues.
General clean-up
rm -rf ~/.local/share/yuzu/nand/temp/*
rm -rf ~/.local/share/yuzu/shade*
[I actually had to do the following work around for temp because of some weird issue I didn’t figure out]
mv ~/.local/share/yuzu/nand/temp ~/.local/share/yuzu/nand/temp2

7. Add Libfuse to Ubuntu

Run the following
sudo add-apt-repository universe
sudo apt install libfuse2
If you don't have internet because Ubuntu can't recognize your WIFI card (as I did), you can download the specific file you need here: https://mirror.umd.edu/ubuntu/ubuntu/pool/main/f/fuse/libfuse2_2.9.9-5ubuntu3_amd64.deb
and transfer it to your gaming rig on a USB card and then install it with
dpkg -ilibfuse2_2.9.9-5ubuntu3_amd64.deb

8. Backup fstab (and reboot instructions)

Your fstab will not persist in the system over reboots.
Backup the fstab to your home folder
cp /etc/fstab ~
When you restart the computer, you will have to run the following commands
sudo cp /home/ubuntu/fstab /etc/fstab
sudo mount -a
sudo swapon /mnt/c/swap

9. Open and configure Yuzu

Download the latest EA AppImage file from Pineapple
https://github.com/pineappleEA/pineapple-src/releases
Run the following (change the file name based on the version you download).
chmod a+x Linux-Yuzu-EA-3625.AppImage
./Linux-Yuzu-EA-3625.AppImage &
This should load and give you a normal Yuzu page. Point Yuzu to the directory containing your switch games. Configure your controller and settings and stuff. Verify that Yuzu picks up your patch version and mods.
Then run the game and reap the rewards!
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2023.06.01 02:48 OK_Yogurt1132 What should I upgrade?

What will you be doing with this PC? Be as specific as possible, and include specific games or programs you will be using.
Color grading and editing on Davinci Resolve and Adobe Premiere
What is your maximum budget before rebates/shipping/taxes? $500 * Replace this text with answer.
When do you plan on building/buying the PC? Note: beyond a week or two from today means any build you receive will be out of date when you want to buy.
next couple of weeks
What, exactly, do you need included in the budget? (ToweOS/monitokeyboard/mouse/etc)
upgraded parts only. The computer is an HP z840
Which country (and state/province) will you be purchasing the parts in? If you're in US, do you have access to a Microcenter location?
California. there is a Microcenter not too far away
If reusing any parts (including monitor(s)/keyboard/mouse/etc), what parts will you be reusing? Brands and models are appreciated.
Keeping mouse, keyboard and monitors (HPz27 and Benq c270). Computer is an HP z840 workstation. CPU: 2x E5-2687W 10 core 3.1Ghz, GPU: Quadro K6000 64G RAM. I added a Blackmagic UltraStudio Monitor card and a USB-C card.
Will you be overclocking? If yes, are you interested in overclocking right away, or down the line? CPU and/or GPU?
I don't think so, although coming from a MAC background I don't know much about it.
Are there any specific features or items you want/need in the build? (ex: SSD, large amount of storage or a RAID setup, CUDA or OpenCL support, etc)
I just want to have Davinci Resolve run well and the computer to be stable
What type of network connectivity do you need? (Wired and/or WiFi) If WiFi is needed and you would like to find the fastest match for your wireless router, please list any specifics.
It's already wired to my network
Do you have any specific case preferences (Size like ITX/microATX/mid-towefull-tower, styles, colors, window or not, LED lighting, etc), or a particular color theme preference for the components?
I'd like to keep the case it already has
Do you need a copy of Windows included in the budget? If you do need one included, do you have a preference?
No. I'm running Windows 10
Extra info or particulars: I come from a MAC background and don't know much about PC's. I know a few years ago this computer was good, but it could now use a refresh. I'm just not sure where to start - CPU? GPU? I'm thinking GPU since Adobe doesn't seem to support the K6000 anymore and Resolve is GPU intensive. But there are so many - I'm at a loss on what to get. I'd like to spend about $500 now and possibly more later. I'd love help on what to upgrade first
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