March 29, 2016 at 10:37 #40588
I’ve just received an Intel RealSense R200 and want to use it with ReconstructMe.
For the installation I followed all the steps described here.
Thus the following things are installed on my Windows 7 (64 bit) machine:
– ReconstructMe version 2.5.1034
However, ReconstructMe complains that “Sensor update failed. Retrying …”.
The log tells me:
2016-03-29T10:34:29 ; Running RealSense SDK version 7.0 2016-03-29T10:34:29 ; Error: ..\..\..\..\source\robvis\lib_rgbdsensor\src\realsense_sensor.cpp(183): Throw in function void __cdecl LibRGBDSensor::realsense_sensor::open(class boost::shared_ptr<class google::protobuf::Message>) Dynamic exception type: class boost::exception_detail::clone_impl<class LibFundament::robvis_error> std::exception::what: Failed to initialize Realsense pipeline [struct LibFundament::tag_robvis_condition * __ptr64] = _data->manager->Init() >= PXC_STATUS_NO_ERROR [struct LibFundament::tag_robvis_message * __ptr64] = Failed to initialize Realsense pipeline
Any suggestions on how to resolve this problem?
Thank you very much in advance,
FabApril 8, 2016 at 12:22 #40594
Exactly same situation here.
win7 pro x64 SP1, 16 gb, nvidia gtx850m/ intel HD 4600
i7, 4710April 11, 2016 at 21:10 #40595
After digging a bit more I realized that – theoretically – the R200 is specified for Win8.1 (see Specs here).
So I installed Win10 and all the abovementioned stuff…but again no success at all. Still the same problem.
– Both in Win7 and Win10 the device manager shows the R200 drivers as properly installed
– During the installation of the driver (intel_rs_dcm_r200_220.127.116.11109) the R200 firmware gets successfully updated, so there must (somewhere) be a proper connection to the R200
– On the Win7 machine I’ve installed another app (itSeez3D) to verify that the R200 is properly working. However, same problem there, couldn’t get a connection to the R200.
So I guess there is a general problem with the R200, however I would not know where to continue searching or which utility to use to dig deeper to find the problem.
Any help/hints are very welcome!!!
Thanks a lot in advance,
FabApril 12, 2016 at 20:33 #40597
Good news from my side…miraculously I brought it to work on the Win10 machine:
– uninstalling SDK
– uninstalling DCM
– uninstalling all three R200 drivers in the DeviceManager
– unplug the R200
– reopen the DCM installation
– plug the R200
– continue and finish DCM installation
– install SDK (complete install)
that’s all, no clue why this suddently works.
hope this can be of help for someone else…
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