Well, it’s not Acronis this time. Without killing anything I had 2 successful restarts now. Restarted service - once as it wouldn’t see base stations after those restarts. Then pressed “reboot hmd” - again it saw base station just before HMD restarted, and ended up at 10500 once more. Maybe important that system produced usb disconnection sound at reboot which was final, and then - after some time produced usb connection sound. This made me wonder what USBlogView will tell us.
I restarted the system once again, waited for all apps to load, then started usb log view and pitool. Restarted service to enable it.
Simple turning of HMD off produced this:
Turning it back on made it do this:
Base stations aren’t visible at this point. Restarted service, HMD is detected again and base stations are tracked. Looks like it’s safe thing to do.
Turned off again. Decided to wait a bit longer before turning back on. Again, issues with tracking, but connection is successful.
Restarted service once more. HMD is detected and base stations are visible again after some time.
Decided to reboot HMD through pitool:
Interesting. Now it’s stuck at 10500 after usb disconnect sound.
After some time - usb connect sound. Several more devices are added with long intervals without any sound. 5-th device on port 0003 produced another connection sound and looks like it stopped after that:
Pitool is still stuck at 10500 at this point. Any USB specialists here?