Live Updates: COVID-19 Cases
  • World 13,374,668
    World
    Confirmed: 13,374,668
    Active: 4,981,430
    Recovered: 7,814,762
    Death: 578,476
  • USA 3,526,904
    USA
    Confirmed: 3,526,904
    Active: 1,806,624
    Recovered: 1,581,328
    Death: 138,952
  • Brazil 1,895,555
    Brazil
    Confirmed: 1,895,555
    Active: 608,882
    Recovered: 1,213,512
    Death: 73,161
  • India 937,487
    India
    Confirmed: 937,487
    Active: 320,092
    Recovered: 593,080
    Death: 24,315
  • Russia 739,947
    Russia
    Confirmed: 739,947
    Active: 215,508
    Recovered: 512,825
    Death: 11,614
  • Peru 330,123
    Peru
    Confirmed: 330,123
    Active: 97,061
    Recovered: 221,008
    Death: 12,054
  • Chile 319,493
    Chile
    Confirmed: 319,493
    Active: 23,204
    Recovered: 289,220
    Death: 7,069
  • Mexico 304,435
    Mexico
    Confirmed: 304,435
    Active: 79,881
    Recovered: 189,063
    Death: 35,491
  • Spain 303,699
    Spain
    Confirmed: 303,699
    Active: 275,290
    Recovered: ?
    Death: 28,409
  • South Africa 298,292
    South Africa
    Confirmed: 298,292
    Active: 147,667
    Recovered: 146,279
    Death: 4,346
  • UK 291,373
    UK
    Confirmed: 291,373
    Active: 246,405
    Recovered: ?
    Death: 44,968
  • Iran 262,173
    Iran
    Confirmed: 262,173
    Active: 23,692
    Recovered: 225,270
    Death: 13,211
  • Pakistan 253,604
    Pakistan
    Confirmed: 253,604
    Active: 77,628
    Recovered: 170,656
    Death: 5,320
  • Italy 243,344
    Italy
    Confirmed: 243,344
    Active: 12,919
    Recovered: 195,441
    Death: 34,984
  • Saudi Arabia 237,803
    Saudi Arabia
    Confirmed: 237,803
    Active: 57,960
    Recovered: 177,560
    Death: 2,283
  • Turkey 214,993
    Turkey
    Confirmed: 214,993
    Active: 12,871
    Recovered: 196,720
    Death: 5,402
  • Germany 200,704
    Germany
    Confirmed: 200,704
    Active: 6,063
    Recovered: 185,500
    Death: 9,141
  • Bangladesh 190,057
    Bangladesh
    Confirmed: 190,057
    Active: 84,406
    Recovered: 103,227
    Death: 2,424
  • France 172,377
    France
    Confirmed: 172,377
    Active: 63,751
    Recovered: 78,597
    Death: 30,029
  • Canada 108,377
    Canada
    Confirmed: 108,377
    Active: 27,502
    Recovered: 72,079
    Death: 8,796
  • China 83,605
    China
    Confirmed: 83,605
    Active: 297
    Recovered: 78,674
    Death: 4,634
  • Netherlands 51,146
    Netherlands
    Confirmed: 51,146
    Active: 45,011
    Recovered: ?
    Death: 6,135
  • S. Korea 13,512
    S. Korea
    Confirmed: 13,512
    Active: 941
    Recovered: 12,282
    Death: 289
  • Australia 10,250
    Australia
    Confirmed: 10,250
    Active: 2,307
    Recovered: 7,835
    Death: 108
  • New Zealand 1,545
    New Zealand
    Confirmed: 1,545
    Active: 25
    Recovered: 1,498
    Death: 22

Oculus Rift headset shutdown issues fixed with the latest software update

Author at TechGenyz Gadget
Oculus Rift Fix
Users of the Oculus Rift faced the problem of their VR not working and/or shutting down. This problem persisted worldwide. Their headsets stopped running completely and displayed the message, “ Can’t Reach oculus runtime service.” Oculus and its parent company Facebook remained silent for a while about this problem. They were not on fixing the problem for long period of time. However, the source of the problem has been unveiled and it appears that a certificate for the Oculus runtime service was allowed to expire earlier. Later, both Oculus and Facebook recognized the problem and publicly addressed the problem with the following message, “We are aware of and actively investigating an issue impacting ability to access Rift software. Our teams apologize for any inconvenience this may be causing you and appreciate your patience while we work on a resolution. We’ll share more updates here as we have them. Thanks.” The tweet that held the acknowledgment of the problem was released earlier today along with a list of a support forum post. This was done after the users began reporting the problem in the Oculus forums. Also, some users discovered the issue on the Oculus forums that OculusAppFramework.dll failed to validate with OVRSERVER. This OVRSERVER is the local Oculus runtime service. Many users received the message that the crash might be because of the expired certificate. https://twitter.com/OculusRift/status/971668689308344320 The Oculus Rift support team took immediate action on the issue and brought up the latest Oculus Rift Software update which was announced via Twitter. The Oculus Rift fix updates the issue where the rift was failing to start up. Nate Mitchell, the co-founder of Oculus, has promised on a Reddit thread that he will try to push the updates and as he committed, the new software update arrives, bringing all the required fixes.
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