Windows 10 build 19405

I have an HP Reverb G2 that I used pretty frequently for a while, then got an odd error that made me give up using it for a few months. Got the itch to play it again and remembered that I had issues getting it to work. Long story short, updated drivers, several restarts, windows updates, unplugging every other device, I somehow got it working again. But that only lasted <12 hours, and it stopped working after a restart.

I am getting:
This device is working properly.
Device Error : 0x80040203 : E_DEVICE_USB_SPEED_TOO_SLOW


when I check the properties of the headset (HP Reverb Virtual Reality Headset G2) in Device Manager. There have been no physical hardware changes between when it originally worked, ~3 months ago, and now. (Including the time I got it working yesterday and when it quit again this morning).

I briefly was able to get the USB device in Device Manager to spit out a "USB SuperSpeed error 43 - The SuperSpeed link to the USB device keeps going to an error state" but have not been able to get that to come up again.

I have USBTreeView ready if that will help, and am willing to try just about anything, please let me know what I can do to provide the information needed to figure this out!

Thanks, Cash

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I should also state that when I launch the Windows Mixed Reality app, I get the error message:
Check your USB cable
Make sure the USB cable is plugged into the SuperSpeed USB 3.0 port.
Error code: 4-1

Which I get regardless of which of the 2 USB 3.0 SuperSpeed ports I plug it in to.