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VIVE Streaming Hub

Error code Issue Steps to resolve issue
100 Unable to create log. Check available disk space. Free up some space on your hard drive so the log file can be created.
120, 430 Required files not found. Check installation. Some necessary files are missing. Re-install VIVE Streaming Hub on your computer.
200 License expired. Your beta license has expired. Contact HTC to obtain a new one or exit beta.
310, 320 Graphics driver out of date. Update graphics driver. Update the driver of your graphics card to the latest version.
311 Encoder initialization failed.
  • Update the driver of your graphics card to the latest version.
  • If you've recently performed a BIOS update on your PC (for example, HP BIOS and System Firmware v. 02.13.03 Rev.A Mar 3, 2024), check if the NVIDIA hardware codec has been disabled. If the codec is disabled, enable it again. If you can't enable the codec, you'll need to roll back the BIOS version.
330 No supported GPU found.
  • Check the Requirements and see if your computer's GPU meets the minimum requirements.
  • If your laptop is using an NVIDIA graphics card, make sure the VIVE Streaming server is running on dGPU instead of iGPU.

    Open the NVIDIA Control Panel, and then go to Manage 3D settings. On the Global Settings tab, set Preferred graphics processor to High-performance NVIDIA processor.

340 No VIVE Streaming driver found.
  • The VIVE Streaming driver may be blocked by SteamVR. In SteamVR settings, go to Startup/Shutdown. Show the Advanced Settings, and then click Manage Add-Ons. Make sure VIVE Streaming is not blocked.
  • VIVE Streaming is not registered properly to SteamVR. Close SteamVR, and then restart VIVE Streaming.
440 Unable to initialize audio.
  • Open SteamVR settings, and then go to Audio. Make sure Audio output device is set to VIVE Virtual Audio Device.
  • If you're using an audio output device other than VIVE Virtual Audio Device, set the default audio device sample rate to 44.1K or 48K.
    1. Right-click the speaker icon in the System Tray and click Sounds.
    2. On the Playback tab, select the default device, and then click Properties.
    3. On the Advanced tab, select 16 bit, 44100 Hz (CD Quality) or 16 bit, 48000 Hz (DVD Quality) in Default Format.
  • Make sure your PC's anti-virus software is not blocking the VIVE Streaming app.
  • Restart your computer and try again.
450 Failed to bind to port. The required network ports for VIVE Streaming are currently occupied. Restart VIVE Streaming Hub. If the error message still appears, do the following:
  1. Open the Command Prompt window.
  2. Enter netstat -aon | findstr /c:7554 /c:7654 /c:9009, and then take note of the value in the last column (e.g. 15524).
  3. Open Task Manager and go to the Details tab.
  4. In the PID column, look for the process that has the same value in step 2 and end the process.
  5. In the Command Prompt window, enter netstat -aon | findstr /c:7554 /c:7654 /c:9009 again and make sure these ports are no longer occupied.
  6. Restart VIVE Streaming Hub.
501 USB connection too slow. Use USB 3.0 or higher. For wired streaming, it's strongly recommended to use USB 3.0 or higher.
  • Check that the USB cable you're using is 3.0. We recommend using the VIVE Streaming Cable.
  • Make sure the USB cable is connected to a USB 3.0 port on your computer.
  • Don't use a USB hub or adapter.

If the problem persists, try a different port on your computer.

601 Missing frames. There is a problem with the connection between the headset and computer. Try the following:
  • Unplug the USB cable from your computer and then plug it again.
  • Unplug the USB cable from your computer and plug it to a different USB port on your computer.
  • If you've just updated the graphics driver, restart your computer, and try again.
  • If this error appears after updating the graphics driver, try to roll back to the driver version where VIVE Streaming was working fine.
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