I've been having a lot of difficulty getting the camera on my HTC Vive to work on my new desktop using the Z370 Micro.
It shows up in Device Manager under Cameras as "HTC Vive" and it says it's working properly. SteamVR allows me to enable the camera, but it fails all tests when I do the Rate Test.
I've tried every USB port on the motherboard as well as on my case.
I went on chat support with HTC and he had me do a whole lot of troubleshooting, removing Vive drivers, uninstalling SteamVR and deleting saved preferences, bypassing the Link Box- you name it.
After all of those failed, I thought to try it on my laptop, a Surface Book with Performance Base with the i7 CPU. Surprisingly, it worked without any problems, meaning that the issue lies within my motherboard.
After I got off chat, I installed all the latest drivers from the EVGA website and tried everything again, but still ran into the same problem.
Also, the camera doesn't work when I use the Vive Wireless Adapter, which connects through a PCIe card instead of USB.
Does anyone here have any suggestions, or do any of you have this motherboard and are able to use the camera?