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Question: Logitech USB Headset not working

I've searched the archives for this problem but can't find any references to it.

I just bought a Logitech Headset but it doesn't come with a CD. It's meant to self-install using the Win XP New Hardware Wizard. But, although Windows finds new hardware and recognises it as Logitech USB Headset, it can't find any software and thus tells me that it wasn't installed properly and may not work (no kidding!). I figure I need a driver but Logitech say they don't provide them and I've searched the web without any luck - it probably doesn't help when I don't really know what I'm looking for!

I've downloaded AIDA32 to let you guys know about my system - just tell me how to get the report to you.

Thanks very much,

Aussie Cossie

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Answer: Logitech USB Headset not working

Hi and Welcome


First off you have XP Home but what service pack is installed? as the drivers for headsets so Logitech say are included with SP2 ( or if on SP1 with this update http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=822603 ) I would imagine these usb headset will be or need USB2.0 drivers.

What is the model version of headset?

Did you built this PC if so what is the motherboard make and version?
IF pre-built ( HP, DELL etc ) what is the model version?

if you goto Device Managment ( right click My Computer > Properties > Hardware > Device Manager ) do you have any yellow ! marks, if so what?


reason for asking above three questions is I wonder if the chipset/motherboard drivers have been installed which are needed for USB2.0 drivers to be detected and installed properly.

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My Logitech headset with headphones and mic is ureently not working for no reason at all, its a smiple plug in one (not usb) you plug the jacks in to the mic and sound slots, which has been done correctly.

No drivers or anything just plug in and go, but recently it has stopped working its only a cheap pair so its not major just wondered why?

Thanks for any help,
Tom welols-day
 

Answer:Logitech Headset No Working!

Are you sure it's the headset? Have you tried real speakers to confirm it's not the soundcard? If speakers still work, there's probably a broken wire. (Logitech quality, you know!)
 

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I have a headset that works on my other computer, but isn't working on this one. I've tried switching soundcards, and I don't know if that's part of the problem. The sound works fine, but it won't pick up the microphone. It didn't work with the built-in soundboard either.

I'm running Windows XP Home Edition (5.1, Build 2600) Service Pack 3 (2600.xpsp.080413-2111) [32 Bit]

My only option for both Sound & Recording device is "Sound Blaster X-Fi Xtreme Audio"

If anyone could help me with this, that would be great. Thanks.
 

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Hello. I tried a lot of different things before registering here and asking for help. I have already dealt with Logitech's customer support, and finally after trying a few things that they sent to me, they said to contact either Microsoft or my computer's manufacturer for further assistance. I don't want to have to pay to fix this problem, so hopefully someone on here will know what to do.

I have a Logitech USB Headset, and it worked fine for about six months or so. It all of a sudden one day just stopped working, and I didn't change any system settings, or install or uninstall anything new. The only thing I did before I realized it stopped working was allow Windows XP to do it's updates. I even tried to uninstall the updates to fix the problem, and that did not work. While it is connected to the computer, it shows up under the Device Manager, but a yellow exclamation mark is next to it. When trying to update the driver, it goes through all the motions, and finally it says after trying:

"There was a problem installing this hardware: Logitech USB Headset. An error occured during the installation of this device. A service installation section in this INF is invalid."

I have tried connecting the headset to other USB ports, and it still does not work. I tried connecting it to another computer, and it works just fine. So it cannot be the actual product, but something within my computer.

If anyone has any ideas, please let me know, because I&... Read more

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Hello
I am just writin 2 u with a problem l have with my logitech clearchat stereo headset and microphone its not workin and its not detected on the computer when l first brought it worked but now it doesnt do l need to install any drivers for it to work my laptop is with windows vista home premium plz can u help l dunno wat to do without it
Thanxs

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Hi, first post

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TL;DR
headset works fine for 7 seconds, then turns itself off over and over

I have a year old Logitech G930 USB wireless headset that just stopped working today. At around noon I went to an appointment and left the headset unplugged. I came home about an hour later to find the headset turned off. No surprise there, probably ran out of batteries as it was unplugged. I turn it on just to check, and to my surprise it worked. Seven seconds later, it beeped to notify me that it had turned off. No problem, I plugged it in and waited a few minutes, turned it on, and the same thing happened. Seven seconds, then off. Something to note, the seven seconds and working perfectly fine, there's no humming or buzzing or screeching noise.

When it was working normally, I could have it turned on while plugged in, so I tried it this way, and it still powered off after seven seconds. This has never happened before. I tried all of the normal things, rebooted my computer, switched to a different USB, and tried to use it on a different computer, all to no avail. The only things I am yet to try is updating/reinstalling my drivers, which I doubt is the problem seeing as it doesn't work on more than one computer, and installing the Logitech headset software, which I also doubt is the problem as I've had this headset for roughly a year and I haven't needed this. I'll keep you posted if I find a fix, I'm downloading the software as I type this - in the... Read more

Answer:Logitech G930 USB wireless headset stopped working

Update,
I finished installing both the drivers and the software, and it still powers off after seven seconds.
 

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So, I plugged in my headset, and it will not work...i cant hear anything, say anything, its just completely non-responsive, I know the headset is not the problem cause we tried it in my brothers computer, and it worked, someone please help!!!



-Mr. Phoenix

Answer:LOGITECH PREMIUM USB 250 HEADSET: Not Working With Vista Ultimate x64

Check Device Manager for any flagged devices and uninstall them and reboot. It will reinstall the devices (if any flagged) and may fix itself.

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I recently bought the above product and I have a problem. The headphones only work when they are the default device. Thus I cannot use the headphones on the headset w/o losing the speakers (i.e. if i just want to use the mic and still listen to the speakers.) Any ideas?

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http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/products/details/US/EN,CRID=103,CONTENTID=10013

^^ Just got that off ebay. It's in perfect condition and everything but I can't get it to work. I plug it in and I get this message:

So it tells me to check the device manager. Under USB in the device manager is my headset, listed as Unknown Device. When I go to properties for it, it tells me there are no drivers installed for it. Yet at the top of the screen there's a tab labeled Drivers, where some driver is listed.. I tried updating it but it said there is no better version of this driver then the one I have now.

Here's a pic of the device manager thing if it helps:
and what the driver tab says:
I'm on Windows XP Home, using SP2 if it matters

I've gone through the trouble shooter 3 times now, each time I get to the end and it tells me that it doesn't know what the problem is. I don't know what to do, if anyone can help me I'd really appreciate it
 

Answer:Need some help with Logitech 350 Headset

I've read up a little bit on the usb headsets. It looks like it should be automatically detected by windows and doesn't need any other drivers installed. I would say chances are you a got a dud headset. I try to stay away from e-bay for this reason. You have to trust the seller is selling you something that is working.

I'd say your only option at this point is to verify my theory that they are just broken by trying them on another system. I realize most people don't have 2 computers at their house. However in today's day and age most housholds have a computer. Try it at a friends house on their system. IF you get the same error then you got yourself some crappers. Sorry. Hope you didn't spend too much on them. I would contact the seller about this and if they say tough luck then give he/she a negative feedback.
 

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Hi...I've just bought a Logitech ClearChat Comfort USB headset. I had no problem connecting it up but when I go to try and record music & voice together it doesn't happen. So far I've been able to record voice only & can't get it to record any music at all. Playing music/mp3s is fine & it does have great sound but I need to get voice & music to record together. Is there a way to do this or is it just not possible with this type of headset ??...or is it perhaps a compatibility issue with my sound card (realtek)/computer (vista) ??

Any help would be greatly appreciated...thankyou.

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I get the system sound indicating that a USB device has been plugged in,
but the main room speakers remain on - they used to switch off automatically..
I want it set up so that the headphones automatically mute the main speakers when plugged in..
it always used to do this, but after playing around with the settings, this no longer happens..
anybody know how to restore the normal settings?

Answer:Logitech G35 headset..

..er, OK this is becoming a nuisance..

I've got three UI's for sound on this PC/Mobo

1. the Realtek onboard soundcard
2. Windows7's audio interface
3. Creative X-Fi (which appears to use the Realtek card) and the system doesn't recognise (!)

I want it set up so that the Realtek Hi-Def Audio (speakers) is the default
and the G35 (USB input) switches it out when plugged in, via a USB port
- it really ought to be straightforward..

At the moment the Room Speakers have the Default, which is OK
but I have to manually switch over to the Headphones when they're plugged in
and the sound via the Headphones is garbled when the 5.1 switch is enabled via the phones
although it's fine when the 2.1 stereo switch on the phones is in the "up" position

- what settings do I need to input so that
a. the headphones automatically switch out the speakers
b. get clear 5.1 sound from the G35 Headset

and which UI should I be using for all this, the Win7, or the Realtek interface..


PS: all drivers are up to date, BTW

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Hello, I wanted to get a headset to use for online gaming and possibly using programs such as Skype. So I ordered a Logitech ClearChat Premium PC headset from Best Buy. The headset arrived and I proceeded to read the instructions to make sure that I did everything right, they were pretty straight forward; plug each cord into its respective slot (mic into mic and earphones into ear phones) and it should have been ready to go. But when I tested them out the mic didn't work and the earphones didn't produce any sound, instead the sound came out of the built-in speakers on my monitor. I found out that the earphones only work when I plug them into the slot on the underside of the monitor (where there is no mic slot) and neither the mic or earphones work when plugged into the slots on the front of the computer. Also I checked the devices and apparently the computer doesn't even register that the headset is plugged in. I tested out a friends headset which uses the same two plug style cord and I got the same results. I really don't know what to do now, can anyone help?

Also I just tried the headset with a laptop (which had a built-in mic) and it works fine on there but unfortunately the laptop can't do what I need the mic for. Clearly the problem is with my computer, if you would like to see the specs you can see them on my profile.
 

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Hi there guys
So here's the problem. I've been using this headset for ages with Vista x64 Ultimate without any problems whatsoever. The other day I took my tower apart to install some new hardware I bought on boxing day (Radeon 5770, new PSU, new cpu heatsink) which should have nothing to do with the headset. Now, after it has all been put together again, Vista no longer recognizes what the device (headset) is, and it no longer shows up on my list of playback devices in audio preferences. Logitech has no software for this device on their site.
I had to move my Audigy 2ZS sound card to a different PCI slot to accommodate the new larger gfx card, but I don't think that had anything to do with it as the headset doesn't route through the sound card.
I'm a little lost here

Thanks,
AB

Answer:Logitech Clearchat Pro USB Headset

You might check the cables inside your desktop to see if any got dislocated/disloged from their connector.

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Well it was working fine 24 hours ago now the USB port isn't " seeing " it.
I know this due to the volume control button light is not on and no sound.

1. Device manger is all aces all the way through audio is there.
2. I tested the port with my mouse its fine.
3. My driver tool actually sees the windows default driver
4. My system tool sees the soundcard as well.
5. Tested the headset on a another comp its all aces.
6. and most importantly..I'm not that techy but I can't think of anything else
or where to even start to isolate the problem

Thank you in advance.. this is grossly annoying
 

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Ive got a Logitech Heaset, but I have a problem. I can hear sound through the earphones ok, but when I try to use the mic, it doesnt work. I was using it, then when I used it again one hour later, it wasn't working. Ive tried Doing the hardware test, made sure the audio options were fine, but still absolutely nothing, Not even an error. Please help.

PS- I run XP Sp2 and have all recent drivers.

Answer:Logitech Headset Propblems

is there a mute button on the headset you might of hit by accident? if your using it on a game check if the mic volume is all the way up also.

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Hi,

The mic on my Logitech H340 headset stopped working on my Win 7 pc. It worked fine until yesterday, then suddenly stopped.

I unplugged the mic from its usb port and tried every other port on my pc, the mic still does not work.

I checked the (Hardware/Sound) preferences, which originally showed the mic as Logitech H340 headset. Once it stopped working, the preferences now list it as USB Audio. While in preferences, I found that the mic level was set to 0, I slid the arrow to about 60%, clicked OK as the "Apply" button is dimmed. The mic still did not work.

Then, I ran the troubleshooter and it found that the mic volume level was set to 0, the troubleshooter fixed it so that the mic did work. But, it did not set the mic back to the original Logitech H340, still shows as USB Audio.

HOWEVER, if I shut down my pc, whether it's for a day, an hour or 5 minutes, the mic no longer works so I have to run the troubleshooter again to fix it.

By the way, I can hear audio through the headset, no problems there, just with the mic.

This is the second Logitech H340 headset that has had this problem. I contacted the manufacturer and they sent a replacement (this summer), which, as I mentioned above, worked fine until yesterday, now, the same problem.

Is this a Win 7 problem as I have seen questions regarding the same issue in the Logitech forum, Tom's hardware, and random searches.

Thanks for any help provided. Jane

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So as the title states I have a Logitech G633 Artemis Spectrum USB gaming headset. The problem I'm having is with the USB cord itself. It seems as if the cord is a bit touchy. When the headset is resting on my monitor my computer recognizes the usb and everything is fine. When I attempt to sit in my chair and put on the headset the USB disables and my computer has trouble recognizing it again. I may have rolled over the cord with my chair a couple times as it is a very long cord. Any ideas on a fix or should I just buy another USB cord? Any help is greatly appreciated.
 

Answer:Trouble with my Logitech headset.

try another usb socket as a test. but yes it could be another/new cable that will answer it.
 

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Hi, First time here but I hope someone can help.

I have a logitech head/mic set plugged into a USB port but now wish to use my desktop speakers only. The problem is when I remove the headset from the usb port and plug the speakers in I get no sound at all. There is an exlamantion mark over multi media controller in the device panel of system. I have uninstalled this, tried re-installing it, kicked the computer but still no sound and the new hardware wizard says it can't find the drivers. Where are these??

It's like the Logitech headset has taken over!!

Board: K8T800-8237 ( I have Optronix come up on the opening screen on reboot, so I presume this is the maker)
Bus Clock: 200 megahertz
BIOS: Phoenix Technologies, LTD 6.00 PG 07/23/2004

I don't know if I have on board sound or a card or even if I need to download drivers to correct this problem!

Any help to gey my sound back would be great and can I thank you in advance for your help
 

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I've had this headset for about 2 months now and it's worked fine up till now. Whenever I talk into the microphone, no sound gets transfered to the computer or the headset speakers. Even when I blow into it or rub on the microphone it doesn't make a sound. Could someone help me?

Here's the one I'm talking about:
http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/webcam_communications/internet_headsets_phones/devices/203&cl=us,en
 

Answer:Logitech Headset Malfunctioning

Are you sure it's the microphone and not the computer? Have you tried another mic to see if it works with the same settings?
 

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Ok, I just got a headset for my PC, which was probably a bad move since the headphone quality is crap on my headset but the microphone is excellent. Now.. I was just wondering how I can plug in the USB headset in without it stealing the outgoing audio? I'll include screens of my properties of my audio since everyones is different.

Note: I have the built in audio setup from the ASUS P4C800

Thanks in advance.
 

Answer:Logitech USB headset issues

Nevermind, I was just toggling around with it and I figured out how to change it.

lol, didn't take me too long to fiddle around with it to get it to work, I'll just leave it like this and not touch it now.
 

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The only sound I can hear with my Logitech Premium USB Headset 300 is the sound of myself blowing or rubbing on the mic. What am I doing wrong that I can't hear the music that is playing on my hard drive. I can hear the music through my speakers but not through my headset.
 

Answer:Logitech Premium USB Headset 300

Did you install the software that came with the set? If so did you follow the instructions to the letter? If so did you enable the USB sound input?
 

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Okay, hey everybody. Yesterday I bought a logitech headset/ microphone. It didnt come with any drivers, its a simple plug and play item. I plug it in (mind you, I have a different sound card, the one that came with my pc broke somehow), and I can hear perfectly, but I cant talk to anybody. I made sure the mic isnt muted, and I made sure the mic was turned on. No luck. I tryed it on my mom's laptop, and it works perfectly. Any tips? I would greatly appreciate it.
 

Answer:Logitech Headset not recognized

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I bought a PC headset with rotating microphone Logitech "ClearChat Stereo" to use with Skype. I plugged it in the front (pink plug in pink and green in green), but it is not working. When I open Sound/Recording, it tells me "not plugged in". If I plug the headset it in the back of the computer (again plug pink in pink and green in green), then the microphone works, but the sound not comes out of the headset, only on the speakers of the monitor. I tested the headset on the laptop and there it works fine. Anything I can do to make it work, plugging it in the front of my computer?
 

Answer:Problem with Logitech headset

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For some reason, when i'm playing games like Counter-Strike, I can hear people moving, but i can't hear where they are coming from. I have the Logitech stereo headset 200. It's a USB headset. It cost me $80, so it should be atleast half decent. Any advice?

NOTE: This headset did not come with any drivers and none are available on the website

Thanks in advance,
Simon.
 

Answer:Trouble with a logitech headset

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Greetings!

I have a very annoying problem with a Logitech 350 headset. Recently I noticed that when the headset is connected, my operating system (Vista Home edition, SP1) volume control slider drops itself to the bottom of it's range. If I left click on the slider, I can lift it and hear my volume through the headphones, but as soon as I let go of the mouse button the slider immediately drops back down and I get no more volume through the headset. If I disconnect the headphones then the slider operates normally. I thought this would be a driver issue, but neither the manufacturer nor Microsoft offer any type of update that I can find. I've tried uninstalling the current driver and then reconnecting the headset, but it did not help. There have been no changes (newly installed software or new updates that I'm aware of) that could have caused the problem.

Thanks all for any help!

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Hi,

i just bought a logitech "premium stereo headset", it has of course headphones and a microphone..the microphone works but there's no sound coming from the headphones, the sound still comes from the PC speakers, and yes i've tested the headphones on my TV and it does work. i tried to put the headphone into every jack behind my computer but no luck..it only works when i take out the PC speakers plug and put the headphone plug where the speakers were..was it suppose to do this? because i tried on my friend's computer and it wasn't like this.

Answer:logitech headset trouble

depending on your sound card, that's usually how it works. I plug my headphones into my speaker port when I need to not wake up the entire house

That, or plug it into the speakers. Unless of course, you have a sound card that lets you do otherwise.

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Guys i just bought a brand new headset here it is if you want to take a look at it...
http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/products/details/US/EN,CRID=103,CONTENTID=10011

The problem is that the mic (microphone) isn't working for me but the rest of the headset is working can someone please tell me the proper settings that are needed so i can function this microphone. It would be very appreciated.
 

Answer:Logitech headset problem

Hope this helps, go to start,programs,accessories,entertainment,volume controll, then click file>>properties>> select input properties>> and then check microphone and click ok. Now go back to regular audio properties, make sure mic is not mute and then raise all the volume. Try to check if its working by trying to record something in the widows sound recorder.(same steps except instead of pressing volume controll u press sound recorder).

Now if this doesnt work, go to control panel, switch to classic mode if using xp ,click on an audio icon ( not the SOUND AND DEVICES ICON!), although that might be the only one u see. But if there is a different icon click it, (in my case its called Realtek HD soud....) now if its like mine, go to: MIXER tab>>> click the two little dots (maybe the options icon on the mic area) and select MICROPHONE BOOSTER. TRY TO FIND THE MIC BOOSTER.

Well hope this wasnt too confusing and that it does help.
 

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Yesterday I bought and installed a Logitech E3500 webcam, which came with a Logitech headset. The video capture works, as does the mike built into the camera, as does the small boom mike on the headset. What doesn't work is the headphone part of the headset. The two small jack plugs are inserted into the front colour coded sockets of the computer. The sound works perfectly through the main speakers when they are on but when off nothing comes through the headphones at all. Can't find anything relevant in this site's archive, and the Logitech support number produced nothing of value. I have removed the Logitech software and reinstalled it [latest version] but still no good. Suggestions would be appreciated.

Answer:Logitech Headset Problem

if you go to device manager do you have any yellow marks?also if they are listed in device manager try updating the drivers.

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It seems it is fairly known that the boom on the Logitech Precision PC Gaming Headset has an issue with picking up sound. Most places have stated that by using Microphone Boost that the issue is easily solved. However, in my case, it isn't. My webcam's mic works perfectly, but the headset picks up hardly anything.

While fiddling with some options, had it to where I could yell with the mic almost down my throat and be able to hear decently, but that defeats the purpose of having it. My options are all cranked up as high as I can get them, but the volume sliders on the sound control panel where you enable mic boosting are grayed out. Would they be able to make my mic audible?

All audio devices are set to my AC97 drivers (and they're up-to-date). I'm certain I've covered every base. Is there an extra software program I could use to boost it even further? I asked about this in Logitech's forums, but they only served to give no response, at all. So much for manufacturers supporting their customers.

I'd appreciate a timely response as I only have till Friday to determine if I need to return them.

Thanks!
 

Answer:Logitech Precision Headset Mic

Bump from 3rd page.
 

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Hi guys, i'm having this weird problem with this headset. I can't record sound with the headset on my computer, but it's fine when i tested on my friend's computer. Occasionally, i do hear "wind blowing" noise when i adjust the mic on different position, and still can vaguely hear the sound i recorded with my com. However, when i tried recording with my friend's com, the mic just sound fine like the way it is before regardless of position. Since the problem only occur with my com, anyone has any idea what's went wrong here? Please help, thanks.
 

Answer:Problem with Logitech USB headset 250..any idea why?

Assuming that you are in fact using Windows, have you checked under Control Panel - Sounds and Audio - Audio tab - Sound recording

See if its set for the USB headset in there?
 

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I'm having a problem with my headset. Whenever i play a game or listen to music, after about 5-10 minutes the sound turns into gargled crap. Like a choppy, sputtering static noise. I'm using 'Digital Precision Headset' by Logitech. It has worked fine for me on XP, so i don't see what the problem could be. The driver sofware comes with windows, so logitech doesnt offer driver support for it. I did however un-plug/plug-in to see if windows(7) would reinstall the drivers. It did, but i still cant get them to work right. Which sucks for online gamming, because i dont have another mic to use.

little help?

thanks in advance

Answer:Logitech Usb Headset - Sounds like garbage

So.....it works fine for 5-10 minutes? If that's the case it really makes one wonder about heat. I have never heard of a sound card overheating. Have you already tried the latest driver? I would really look for a driver. There is probably one out there. I would do that first and see if there is a change.

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i just got this head set. there is an insane amount of static/sound distortions when i move a windows around or scroll while a video or audio stream is going at gets worse by about 10 fold. i have exhausted all my googling and research capabilities on this issue it would be a great help to me if you would give your suggestions! thanks in advance! btw one of my siblings who lives in the same house has one installed on another computer and as far as i know it works without problems.

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I recently accidentally dropped my Logitech G430 Gaming Headset and a part of it came loose. I desire to fix it as i use it often and would hate to have to buy a new one. Here is two images of the broken headset. Thanks for the help!
 

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So as the title says i am having problems with my Headset/mic. Got told to check out the Control Panel for how to set it up properly and when you go to change to Audio on the USB it comes up with " SndVol32.exe" error and says to goto ADD/Remove to install. But the headset didn't come with a disc, and i've tried Logitech online to see if i had to get some update or download but to no evale. Main reason i got it was at the time i was and still am a bit of a BF2 nut. So can anyone shed some lite on this problem or even better let me know on what i have missed or forgotten...
Cheers Adam
 

Answer:Logitech Premium Headset 350 (BF2 Probs)

See if the link helps
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/devnotes/winprog/sndvol32_exe_.asp
 

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Just bought a head set earlier on today, ive plugged it in and i cant get it to work. Ive got it sorted so i can hear all the sound clearly, as in i can listen to music on the computer, but when i speak into the microphone, nothing happens.

I started an audion conversation on msn to see if it would work and all my mate could hear is the beeping noises on the desktop and the music i was playing, but he couldnt hear me speak.

I took it along to his house and soon as he plugged it in it worked,

Does anybody have any idea as to what i can do to see if i can get it to work?

Thanks
 

Answer:Problem with Logitech Premium Headset

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I just got a logitech extreme pc gaming headset. I used to have a USB headset, but now I have a headset with a pink plug and a black plug. I am not sure where to put them in, some help would be good.
 

Answer:Logitech Extreme PC Gaming Headset

***Sorry I forgot to add this but I am running Windows Vista, and have a Creative Labs X-FI XtremeGamer 24-BIT PCI Sound Card.
 

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Hey guys. I've been having an issue with Mumble on Windows 8 RP. If I set the audio to come out of my Logitech USB Headset speakers it prevents audio from the mic and speakers. However, if I have it coming out of my onboard audio speakers I can use the headset's mic and everything is just fine. Is anyone aware of this issue or have any suggestions? If you need more info I can certainly provide it. Thanks for your help!

Sound card: Realtek HD Audio
Headset: Logitech USB Headset

Answer:Mumble not coming through Logitech USB Headset

Welcome to EightForums argrubbs

Sound like this thread refers to your troubleshoot, Latest Realtek HD Audio Driver Version for Windows 8 and remove the previous one restart the pc and install the lastest driver.

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My Logitech headset worked on XP but not on Vista. Found a fix on this forum. Below is waht worked for me (copied from original post):
How to fix the logitech driver problem:

1) Copy the USBAUDIO.sys file from a [COLOR=#3676A2 ! important][COLOR=#3676A2 ! important]Windows [COLOR=#3676A2 ! important]XP[/COLOR][/COLOR][/COLOR] machine
2) on the Vista machine, click start, type "cmd" in the search box and press Ctrl, Shift & Enter so you get a "root" CMD-vindow
3) type "cd drivers", press enter
4) type "takeown /f USBAUDIO.sys", press enter
5) type "cacls USBAUDIO.sys /G "Your Username":f", press enter, and Y when asked. (Note the " around username)
5) type "del USBAUDIO.sys", press enter
6) copy the USBAUDIO.sys file to your Windows/System32/drivers/
// Steps 7:11 were not needed, but posted here for completion.
7) type "cd C:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\wdma_usb.inf_9ce240de", press enter
8) type "takeown /f USBAUDIO.sys", press enter
9) type "cacls USBAUDIO.sys /G "Your Username":f", press enter, and Y when asked. (Note the " around username)
10) type "del USBAUDIO.sys", press enter
11) Now, also copy the XP version of USBAUDIO.sys to the C:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\wdma_usb.inf_9ce240de folder"
//
12) Connect the headset, it "should" work

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On my office laptop I have a Logitech headset from the office (the H390 as far as I can tell) which I've been happily using with Skype, Office Communicator for about a year now.

But after upgrading Skype (which hung several times during upgrade) I can't seem to play audio through the headset anymore, not just in Skype but anywhere in Windows (running Windows 7 SP1).
I'm seeing an audio playback entry called "Communications Headphones (IDT High Definition Audio CODEC)" .

If I go to my sound settings in Windows, trying to play any sound will fail ("Failed to play test tone"). The headset is my default playback device, selected, but it still doesn't produce any sound. AFAIK the mic still works.

Does anyone know how I can troubleshoot this problem? Windows' own troubleshooter gives up immediately ("Troubleshooting couldn't identify the problem").
 

Answer:Logitech headset not giving playback

Take a screenshot of your 'Playback' tab under 'Sounds' (right click on the Volume in your Taskbar, and press Sounds). I've had a lot of Audio problems recently as well, so maybe I can find some pattern here.
 

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I cant seem to get my headset to work with the sound card i just installed. Anything i plug directly into the sound card works fine. What have i done wrong?

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So I have external speakers hooked up to an onboard soundcard through 2 headphone jacks and a mic jack. The USB headset is plugged in through a USB slot...

Currently, the issue is that I would like to utilize 2 separate sound outputs on my computer. The speakers for music and movies and other stuff (IE this remaining the default device) and having all ventrilo sounds come out of the earpiece on my headset, and having the mic work properly.

I have set the output device within ventrilo's setup setting to my headset earpiece, and the input device to my headset's microphone. Yet, the only way for ventrilo to utilize these settings correctly is to switch my default audio device to the USB headset. When I would like the default device to remain as the speakers.

Thanks for your time,
Michael
 

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Ok i just bought this headset yesterday......

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16826106931

I plugged it in and i could hear sound fine, but when i went on vent my friends said they couldn't hear what i was saying. I went to control panel and under sound devices i went to voice and did "test hardware" It said that no microphone was detected. does anybody know why this is happening any ideas to help me fix it?
thanx

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how do i fix my microphone? i'm using a logitec headset. the mic isnt working. when i test it i get a vague sound input from the inbuilt mic in my laptop. plz help :(

Answer:Laptop mic & Logitech headset malfunction

Buy a new headset.

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Hey guys, I have had this headset for about 8 months now and it has been great until recently the sound just stopped working. I have had to solder a joint after my dad stood on the cable and pulled out on his chair but it did work once i fixed it. Now I am truly stumped as the mic works and the solders seem ok just no noise comes out. I have tried it with all sorts of devices to no joy. I was watching heroes at the time with it and the sound just cut away, I did a bit of fiddling with the volume control by physically moving the wires around it and it seemed to do something but now it is just gone. I've tried fiddling some more but still no good. I could post pics if you really want. Or is it best I suck it up and get a new one I will see if I can get my friend with the same headset to dismantle it and compare. Other than that i am pretty stuck any ideas?

Thanks.

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Hello,
i want to use a logitech headset usb30, but it don't work with the Satellite 5200-903. What can i do? The operating system is Windows XP with SP2. When i connect the headset with a usb-port, it doesn't run.
Thanks for any Answer or Tip

Answer:Logitech Headset 30 and Satellite 5200-903

Hello

I don`t know if there is some software that must be installed but you should check all Sounds and Audio devices properties. Please check also the Volume control if there is option mute activated.

Volume control dial at the front side of your notebook should also not be set to minimum level.

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I am in desperate need of assistance, my job is at stake here and I cannot seem to get anyone to successfully help me. I am having problems with my pc auto muting my mic on my Logitech headset. I have already went into the settings/trouble shooting and unmuted it just to have it mute itself in 2-3 minutes. I have disabled any other playback devices and it still happens. I have purchased additional headsets thinking maybe that was the issue but it isn't! This computer works great and I try to take good care of it because as a work from home customer service agent I MUST have it and I need to make outbound calls at times. Can anyone help me?
Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 1.0.0.4
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 10 Home, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-3217U CPU @ 1.80GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 58 Stepping 9
Processor Count: 4
RAM: 3977 Mb
Graphics Card: Intel(R) HD Graphics 4000, -2043 Mb
Hard Drives: C: 463 GB (417 GB Free);
Motherboard: Dell Inc., 06RYX8
Antivirus: Windows Defender, Enabled and Updated
 

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Not sure whether this should be here or int he WIndows section as it seems to be linked to my OS.

Anyway, I just got the Logitech Gaming Headset G330 for Christmas (ps: Merry Christmas, all!). It has two speakers and a boom mic. The mic and speakers connect on separate stereo jacks, which can plug into a regular audio port, but also come with a USB dongle to integrate them into just one connection (mic + headphones = USB). Using the single headphone cable works great from my back panel audio, as well as my iPod. (Didn't try the mic one). However, when using the USB dongle on MY pc, the mic and headphones SUCK!!! But, on the Compaq netbook my little brother just got and my mom's Dell, it works just fine... A half hour on the phone with Logitech has determined that the hardware for the headset is indeed NOT faulty. It is a problem with my OS.

note - by sucks I mean the audio is low, garbled, staticy, has feedback, etc. Not what you would expect from a 50 dollar headset. I tested the mic with Ventrilo and my Realtek AvRack program to record, played back in Ventrilo and AvRack, also played iTunes music through it, and Windows system sounds sound just as bad.

The headset does NOT come with its own drivers; it uses generic USB Audio drivers. After some searching... I found a usbaudio.sys on the internet for XP, and replaced mine with that. Still, no improvement Does anybody have any ideas on what the problem could be? My mom said that maybe my Xbox 360 w... Read more

Answer:Logitech Gaming Headset G330

Nevermind, I am just gonna reinstall now lol.

Thanks,
~plasma
 

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well i just bought this thing about 3 days ago so i absolutely know its not shot

for the first couple of hours that i had it it worked and then every time thereafter it kept giving me a *found new hardware* message every time i plugged it back in after it quit working

ive checked system 32 and made sure that all plug and play things such as USBAUDIO and what have u are there since this particular headset has no drivers and is listed there and nothings missing also im pretty sure its unmuted and i just cant seem to get this thing to work

i hear nothing from the headphones and no one hears anything from my mic

i use a creative blaster Audigy SE soundcard
can anyone help with this?
 

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In my recording devices section I can see that the mic is connected and enabled but when I try to speak into it, the bars don't rise and Windows speech recognition can not hear me either. What can I do? I have tried reinstalling the headset, looking for driver updates and all sorts of tutorial videos on the internet that have been of no use. So how can I solve this issue. I have a Logitech h151 headset

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Hey, my mate just gave me his Logitech Headset 250 Usb M/N: A-0356A and it worked on his computer but I plugged it in on my computer the Sound works but the Voice doesn't. I've checked the Settings and the sound is turned up and not muted. I've tried restarting and changing USB ports but still no sound will get recognised through the headset.
 

Answer:USB Logitech Headset 250 Mic Wont Work

I still can't figure it out
 

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I have a Logitech Clearchat USB headset, works great, I love it.

As soon as I plug in my Xplorer Guitar for the Guitar hero 3 PC Version, My sound is messed up, hearing or talking through the mic. The only way to restore the sound back to perfect is to take out the Xplorer guitar and reboot the PC. Which is rather annoying.

Does anyone have any ideas, or fixes, maybe someone else has come across the same problem. I've put this in vista as I have Vista x86.

Theres nothing wrong with actually playing the game, its just the headset. The sound out of my speakers work fine.

I would appreciate any help/insight.

Widow.

Answer:PC Xplorer Guitar and Logitech USB Headset

Anyone able to help? :<

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For some reason i can hear my music playing from i tunes i can speak into my mic and people type in that they can hear me. But for some reason i can't hear them I dont know what seems to be the problem i don't think it's the headset but i dont know what else the problem can be besides the sound card which i changed like 3-4 times.
 

Answer:Logitech USB Headset giving problems

If your headset as a single jack plug it is probably incompatible with the socket on the sound card which needs a connection for the mike and another connection for the speaker/earpiece.
 

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not terribly illiterate when it comes to computers but I wanted to make sure I wasnt doing something wrong in regards to clearing my registry of an installed device that is giving me problems. My Logitech USB Headset rendered my on-board soundcard practicaly non-existant. I've tried uninstalling the drivers for the Headset, the drivers for the soundcard, reinstalling both etc etc. The sound card is never recognized anymore regardless of whether or not my headset is plugged in or not and after having tried to reinstall the soundcard driver, it still isnt being recognized. The next step (I think) is to clear out any reference to my Logitech Headset from my registry, seeing as I ripped it apart in a fit of anger but Im not sure exactly what to delete. I find quite a few entries in the registry for the device, some having their own folders, some not... I've tried calling their tech support but they give me the run-around in regards to helping me. What should I do? ive attached a hardware report to this thread, not sure what I should have included but it looks long enough to have provided enough information.
 

Answer:Registry Removal for Logitech USB Headset

>> What should I do? ive attached a hardware report to this thread, not sure what I should have included but it looks long enough to have provided enough information. ChaseCarp <<

Download Install and then Run these two freeware utilities:

There is a terrific fairly new freeware registry clean-up program called Eusing Free Registry Cleaner which is also a great tool for scanning and then cleaning out 'everyday' dead registry entries. You can choose to scan the entire registry or only selected sections.

Before the program deletes any keys, it automatically creates a backup of the registry and allows you to easily undo any changes if needed. By default; this program creates this backup each time you use it and has a button labeled: "Restore Previous Registry" just in case you want to restore the previous backup.

For your own reference I'd strongly suggest that you read the More Feature Details part of the Eusing Free Registry Cleaner website in order to investigate what this program scans and offers to clean.

The other utility called CCleaner (standard edition) is available right here at Major Geeks and is also freeware. If you haven't already installed it; you should definitely give it a try. It is especially helpful for anyone who installs/reinstalls or removes programs or other items that affect the Windows registry on a regular basis.

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Hello,

This has been an extremely frustrating week for me, all because of logitech headsets.

1 week ago I purchased a logitech clear chat pro usb, it just stopped working, my OS (Windows 7 professional 64bit) just stopped recognizing it.

After reading many articles on google, it would have appeared that this is a wide spread issue that occured with usb headsets made by logitech.

So, I returned it, payed some extra cash and purchased a Logitech g330 gaming head set, this one had the pink and green adapters, and a usb adapter aswell. When I got it home, the mic just didn't work.

I have gone through all the sound settings, made sure it was un muted/ boosted/ set to default etc. I also have tried to use it on other computers with no success, yet another mic works on this computer, so i doubt it is my hardware.

Does any body know how to perhaps update the generic windows sound/ reset it to default? I have already updated the realtek sound drives to zero success.

Thank You

Peter
 

Answer:Logitech g330 gaming headset

If it don't work on your pc and other pc then I think the problem is with the mic. Updating Realtek driver may go bad if you chosen the bad driver but as you tested it on another pc then the problem may be with the mic itself. I would recommend you to return it and make the seller test it there.
 

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I just bought one of these as I needed a USB headset. Everything i read online was good about it, but i cant use it because everyone i talk to in Ventrillo says I sound 'distorted' with a buzzing sound or something. Some said it was like a fan noise. I have nothing on my desk that makes noise and i tried to look for help online, but logitech's web site was no help and the only things i see on the net are reviews.

Does anyone know what my problem might be? Does this happen often?

P.S. I use Vista home prem 64 bit
 

Answer:Logitech ClearChat Comfort USB Headset Problems

can anyone help me on this? I'm not sure what to do.
 

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Hello, I just bought this logitech headset 3 days ago and it worked fine on a video game called counter strike source when for 2 days but today i tried using it on counter strike source but now it wont work anymore. I went to control panel and i enabled my headset on playback and recording but no response on counter strike. It only works on microsoft speech recognition but not on sound recorder or steam. WHAT IS GOING ON!?!

I even went to Control Panel > Sounds > Recording > Logitech USB Headset > Properties > Levels > Enable Sound

SO, AFTER I DO THAT, I CLICK OK AND THEN OK AGAIN. So I go back on steam and test out the microphone and it doesn't work so i go back to "LEVELS" and then the sound is disabled AGAIN!

I NEED HELP

Answer:Logitech Headset wont work anymore

This is universal advice for all gamers, but they never listen:

MAKE RESTORE POINTS AFTER INSTALLATION OF EACH AND EVERY LARGE GAME

Anyway...

What do you mean by "steam?"

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Ok i got a new headset and Logitech USB headset. It is supposed to be a plug and play but for some reason when i tell it to search online for drivers/updates it starts saying "Installing Driver" Then i get the message:

"Windows Found Driver software for your device but encountered and error while trying to install it.

<speaker Picture> USB Audio Device

The I/O operation has been aborted because of either a thread exit or an application request."

It tells me to contact the manufacturer, i did check the website and found the model, i read about it and it told me that no software needed it was just plug and play. I have a Dell Inspirion E1505 with vista basic.

Can someone please help me? Emailing me would be nice.

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I recently purchased A USB logitech Headset to use with ventrilo while playing WoW. The first time i plugged it in it worked perfectly, since there were no drivers to install i plugged it in, and in the system tray it said "usb device installed". So the next day i unplug the headset to plug in my iPod. Well later that day when i try to plug my headset back in i get a message down at the bottom of my screen saying "USB Device not recognized one of the usb devices attached to this computer has malfunctioned and windows does not recognize it, for assistance solving this problem, click this message." Well i tried clicking the message and you know god ol' windows, didnt get me anywhere at all. So i went into device manager and unistalled the device, then plugged it back in, then it would say "New Device Installed" but then immediately afterwards the same old usb device not recognized error message would pop up. I even tried it on a different computer and got the same message. Is it actually possible that by simply unplugging my headset that it could malfunction to the extent of not working at all? And when i try to go through install new hardware, i see the "Unknown device" in the list of installed hardware, and when i click on it it says "This Device is Working Properly"
 

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I have the Casque Usb premium 350 and i have gone to the "sounds and audio devices properties" and gone to the voice tab and turned them both to "logitech Usb headset" and pressed apply and nothing happens.. i have gone to test hardware and everything is perfectly fine when i test it and i can hear myself back and everything so i know its not a defective mic. I have tested the mic in ventrilo, team speak, and team fortress 2 in game speach nothing comes out succes full.

Anyone know a fix for this problem? like a driver i need to install for it or something?


Test the Windows Sound Recorder on your PC:

1. Click Start -> Programs -> Accessories -> Entertainment and choose Sound recorder
2. Click record button and speak to see whether the green line moves to indicate the application picks the sound.
3. Click on Stop button and Play to check the sound. Make sure the device is selected
4. Click Edit Then Audio Properties and make sure Logitech Device is listed as preferred device for Sound Recording


And i have done this and it works perfectly here!! but alas it does not work in when im in game vent or team speak
 

Answer:USB Logitech Headset, I can hear sound but I can not talk

bump
 

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I recently bought a Logitech G230 headset for my PC. I plugged it into multiple audio jacks and I still couldn't hear anything coming through the speakers of the headset. It turns out the problem is that Windows isn't recognizing the headphones. I'm currently not at my home, so I don't remember exactly what it said. But it was something along the lines of the headset not being plugged in. What can I do to fix this? I tried plugging it into the front panel 3.5 mm headphone jacks as well as the ones on the back, also, there's no drivers that come with the headset.

Please help ASAP. I really want to use my new headset!

Answer:Windows 7 Not recognizing Logitech G230 Headset

Try the headset in a different PC, if it acts the same there it suggests the headset is defective.

The only two audio jacks you should be plugging it into is the Headphone jack on the front panel and the GREEN speaker jack on the rear. On the front panel jacks, as this is a custom build do you have the HD Audio connection from the front panel plugged into the motherboard? Has the front panel jacks ever worked?

"Windows" doesn't recognize headphones as a device. The sound chip may recognize it but that's all.

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I have a Logitech g230 Gaming Headset and it only plays sound from one side. It works fine and plays it from both sides when I plug it in to the back panel but I don't want to do that because it means that I would have to switch two cables if I ever wanted to use some speakers that I have. In the front panel it doesn't play sound from the left side. I have checked balance and still doesn't work.

Please Help.
 

Answer:Logitech G230 Headset Only Has Sound On The Right Side

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Hi, guys.

I'm wondering if any of you know of a workaround to increase this mic's loudness (other than just getting a different headset, of course) or know of some software that will integrate into Windows, allowing me to boost the mic.

The headset doesn't use nor directly interact with my onboard audio hardware/software, just the basic Windows sound settings in the control panel. It's a pretty basic and flimsy headset that doesn't come with any kind of audio software beyond just drivers, but it's very comfortable and has decent enough clarity for my needs, so I would prefer if I can get the mic working loudly enough. I would like to use it for game chatting, recording, VOIP, and making some tutorials, but as it is, I have to turn down all the other audio levels on my system (game volume, etc.) and crank up the volume output to hear the audio at balanced levels. Fine tuning the volume levels ahead of time for each specific scenario is above my production budget, even though I can lower the volume levels to compensate in post, as it where. (Bit tongue in check there as my setup and aspirations don't involve a professional studio... obviously, using this headset. )

The only thing I can think of off hand now that I haven't tried is passing the mic audio out and running it back in again to raise the levels with my onboard audio software, but that seems pretty sloppy to me and would likely add even more noise than boosting it digitally. I'm not sure how plausible that is, if I ... Read more

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Yesterday I bought the above-named headset to use when playing Team Fortress 2. It connects to my mobo with two separate 1/8" plugs -- one for the headphones, and one for the mic. I'm positive I've got them in the right jacks.

Right off the bat I noticed that I had to turn the volume down substantially from where I had it with my regular Sony headphones -- I was getting tons of high-pitched interference that disappeared when I turned down the volume, even though playback still seems to be good and loud.

The mic, however, is crap at this point. When I went to test it in the audio section of the control panel, I found that it barely registers on the level meter, even when I'm speaking at louder than normal volume. In properties I brought the mic volume all the way up, and made sure that the mute box is not checked.

The headset comes with its own mic mute switch on the cord, and it's open.

When I went to the voice recorder and did a test, what I recorded was a faint high pitched mix of static and electronic squealing -- sort of like the sound a fax machine makes, and yes -- it's not unlike the initial interference I was getting on the headphones. There was nothing in there that sounded like my voice or words.

When I went to test my mic in-game (before actually playing), I found that speaking at the same louder-than-normal volume pushed the level up into the red, but I couldn't hear myself over the headphones -- not sure if I was suppo... Read more

Answer:Logitech Premium Stereo Headset, mic doesn't work.

I usually go through the windows live messenger audio setup to get a microphone working correctly. 9 times out of 10 that alone will sort it.
 

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Hello! (First post.)
I have the Logitech Precision PC Gaming Headset, and recently it started dropping off sounds from games. When i switch to the speakers, everythings okay. I played with the Windows 7 sound configuration and figured out that it only drops off 1-channel sounds. And to make it weirder, when i take it off my head, it works.

Suggestions?
 

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I don't have any clue what would cause this, or what did cause it. I have the Logitech ClearChat Wireless headset. It has an on/off switch, a mute button for the built-in mic, and up/down volume controls. Well, something's happened with the volume controls, now when I click them and a program window is open, it closes it. Eithe up or down, it appears to be acting as an ALT+F4 macro button. I would have posted this on the logitech forums, but I can't sign in, even though I'm using the right email and password, it won't let me.

This is really frustrating, because sometimes I listen to music in the broswer and I use the volume controls on the headset, and now using them closes the browser window, or windows media player, whatever window is open and focused gets closed when the buttons get pressed.

Someone PLEASE help me figure out this problem! Thanks in advance.

EDIT: it turns out all the control buttons on my keyboard are malfunctioning also. I mean the volume control buttons, play/pause next/previous media item, favorite buttons, music, broswer, zoom, etc keyboard shortcuts, they all try to shut down the computer.
 

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Hey guys,

After successfully setting up a headset on my own pc I felt confident enough to do the same on someone else's. That was very naive of me.

The system I am working on is called a Shuttle X (it has a Philips DVD drive and speakers) and is running Windows XP. It has two handy plugs for mic and headphone, which I used to plug in the mic and headphone of a new Logitech headset.

Problem: the mic of the headset doesnt work (headphone does work). I cant record sound, neither in my Skype test call nor in Windows Sound Recorder.

Im finding recommendations to access Control Panel > Sound and Audio devices and in the Audio tab of that dialog, hit the Volume button under Sound Recording to see volume controls (the familiar set of horizontal sliders). There, I am told to select Mute on the Microphone Volume control.

Problem is, that Microphone Vol control does not have a Mute checkbox but a Select checkbox which I cant uncheck. It also has an Advanced button, which opens up a range of options including an Alternate microphone check box which does not solve the problem, and a Microphone boost checkbox which also does not solve the problem.

There are constant reference to NVIDIA nForce Audio everywhere, and it seems that I should somehow tell this nForce that I have an external mic, but I dont know where or how. If the system has a built-in mic, it also doesnt seem to work.

Also note that plugging in the headset means the speakers no longer work.

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Sound does not go through headset. A headset is not working. 

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I have tried 2 different headsets using front ports of my computer. The headsets are detected by the computer and I can hear fine out of them, but no voice is detected. I have tried numerous tests and other small things, but nothing seems to work. The headsets are supposed to be working properly according to the system.

What do I do?
 

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I have 2 headsets both from different companies, one from Andrea the other from Altec Lansing. I have them plugged into the front ports of my tower. My computer detects them both and says that they are working. However, I can hear out of them, but I cannot say anything. It does not hear me at all. I've tried various testing procedures and it doesn't detect anything.

What do I do?
 

Answer:Headset detected, not working (2nd headset)

Hi Cdn, The Vista default setting under audio and microphone is rear line in. Right Click the speaker
icon in your task bar or system tray. Click on the Recording tab at the top. Make sure that Front Mic.
is enabled and has a green check mark next to it. Click Apply and Okay. Try it now.
 

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I don't know why it's doing this. It happens sometimes when I restart the computer. The transmitter is plugged into the extender base, which is just a USB extension cable. The extension cable is plugged into a PCI card that adds 4 USB ports to the computer. I also have my wireless gaming reciever for using my wireless xbox 360 controller to play PC games and my cell phone charger and my capture card plugged into this card and they all work great. I've tried reseating the connection by unplugging and plugging the transmitter from the extender and that's not working. I tred all the other USB ports on my computer (I have 12) and none of them are working with it. Most times I can simply unplug and replug a few times and it'll catch on, but I'd like to know if anyone else has this headset if you've had this problem?

I have Windows Vista Ultimate 64 bit, by the way.
 

Answer:Logitech Wireless USB headset "USB Device Not Recognized"

12 USB ports? You may need to upgrade your computers power supply. Is the USB extender externally powered?
 

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I've been having trouble getting clear audio consistently with my new headset on my laptop which is currently running Windows 7. I have tried reinstalling the driver, restarting my laptop, combinations of restarting and reinstalling driver, replacing the headset (before I realised it was a computer problem), even flashed the BIOS to see if that would help, also tried using different USB ports, nothing has fixed it and if it does it lasts 5 minutes before it starts to crackle and sound quality degrades again. I cannot think of anything else that I can do to fix this. I have looked for a fix on Logitech's website which directed me to Microsoft but none of the solutions posted has fixed the problem. Headset works perfect on boyfriends computer, also running Windows 7, and my boyfriends headset (same as mine) has the same problem when plugged in to my laptop. Any help would be appreciated.
 

Answer:Having trouble with audio on my Logitech ClearChat™ Pro USB Headset, distorted audio

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Pls help me, when I put on the headset on the socket, the headset is not working fine. I already tried t in three different headphones. what seems to be the problem with these? at first, it is working fine but after some time, 2 weeks i think, the headphone is not working anymore. everytime I put it on the socket, windows can detect it because it says "A jack is plugged" on its tray.

please help me, do i need to update the driver? but the drivers are all installed and not corrupted or damaged.

my audio manager is Realtek HD Audio Manager with ALC 883 something on its version.
 

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So my nephew is trying to play this game and wants to play using the headset so he can be able to talk while he is playing. Problom is we can hear sound from headset but mike isnt working. The computer im using is Emachines ET1331G Windows 7. If i can get a totorial on how to get this stuff working i would really appriciate it.

Answer:How to get my headset working, mike isnt working

Yes, you need to enter the default recording device (microphone) in Control Panels sound applet. It's that easy!

If you have any other questions, dont hesitate to ask!

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Hey
Today i just bought some ear phones, with a connected mouth piece. Problem is that my two front ports are dodgy for the microphone and headphones. So if i put the jacks from my headset into the back, i have to take out my speaker input.. Is there any way i can have the speakers in, and the headset and revert back to each without going at the back and changing them? Any help appreciated
Thanks
 

Answer:Headset not working, front ports not working

First, its possible inside your computer case, there is just a loose cable that is causing the problem with the front jacks on your computer. Check inside, right behind where the earphone jack is for a cord running to somewhere on your motherboard or Sound card.

If that dosn't work,
Do you have a CD/DVD player with a earphone jack and have you tried that?
Assuming its the port that is bad itself and not just loose, you could check in at radio shack, bestbuy, or newegg.com for a cord that splits the output. If you get lucky you might find one with a chanel select that will allow you to swap which recieves the output.
The other option, from radio shack I got a Bluetooth USB adapter for $20 and a good pair of BT earphones, again purchased online for cheap (I recommend samsung BT500 earphones).

Another alternative, my speakers have a earphone jack in them as well (the computer speakers, as well as the reciever I currently have my sound card plugged into).

If you have a quality home theater set up, for $80 on new egg you can pick up a good soundcard with optical, Coax, and AV out which you plug into your home entertainment center that again will allow you to use headphones.
Good Luck
 

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Hey all.
I bought a Logitech LX7 Mouse off of ebay.

I have installed the drivers for it as well as Logitech setpoint.
Setpoint recognises the mouse as well as windows.
However when i move the mouse, it doesnt move on the screen. I know that the mouse laser is working because the Invisible Optic light turns off when the mouse is moved.

Could this b a fault in the mouse or connector?
Or should i return this mouse?

Thanx 4 any help!
 

Answer:Logitech LX7 not working

check the wires coming from the mouse. Ebay e-scammers frequently sell mice with bad cords.
 

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I just unplugged everything from the back of my computer to install my 8800gt, I turn my pc back on and notice my LCD screen isn't rotating but just displaying the logitech logo, The macro keys also aren't responding. So I uninstall and re install with the newest drivers and get the same thing. The media keys seem to work just fine but the LCD/Macro keys don't want to. The logitech gamepanel/lcdMon both can detect the keyboard just fine. Though the G-series keyboard profiler keeps freezing up when ever I open it. Help!

Edit, If it helps its a first gen version of it.

Edit 2,
Blah nvm, Can a mod close or delete this? I solved it by going to device mangers and found that windows must of installed it again. So I just deleted the both installs re booted and it worked fine
 

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Basically yesterday I replugged my headset in and all of a sudden no sound started coming through but the mic still worked, people could hear me. So I decided to see if the actual headset was broken in Hardware and Sound in the control panel but the sound bars of the headset rise accordingly to my music. It's as if my headset if working but its disabled. I'm not too sure what to do at this point.

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Basically yesterday I replugged my headset in and all of a sudden no sound started coming through but the mic still worked, people could hear me. So I decided to see if the actual headset was broken in Hardware and Sound in the control panel but the sound bars of the headset rise accordingly to my music. It's as if my headset if working but its disabled. I'm not too sure what to do at this point.

Answer:Headset mic working but its speakers working.

Sounds like something has happened to the headset, based on what you report.
What type of headset is this? USB? or does it have a 3.5mm stereo plug(s)?

Can you try it on a different PC to see if it works OK or not?

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I bought a Natec Genesis HX55 USB headset. The first time I plugged it in I heard audio which was quite loud and clear. A few minutes later it got quieter and more static'y. Now there is absolutely no sound. I have contacted their customer support to no avail. It shows up in my list of playback devices and when I play a video or some music the little green bars move to show there's sound but absolutely nothing is coming through the headphones. Pulling my hair out over this as I can't find any help or solutions and I need it for work. Some assistance would be greatly appreciated.
I'm running Windows 8.1 x64(Unfortunately).
 

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Hey i recently found back this old headset while i was cleaning up my house a bit, well it isnt really old just 2 months old. So anyway i hooked it up and tried talking to my buddy on skype but it turns out he could not hear me while i can hear him, i double check making sure everything was working and the headset works fine i can hear sounds from it for example: watching youtube videos i just cant get it to work with skype so should i just throw it away or what?

Answer:Headset is not working?

Check your skype settings for default device...make sure your headset is plugged in when you check.

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I have Windows 7 64 bit. It is up to date. All drivers are up to date. All sound works. The issue I have is that out of nowhere my headset stopped working. Its functional. I have tested it. I cannot work out why it stopped picking up on this PC.

I have tried everything. I will say this again. I have done everything to make it pick up. Someone please help. I am desperate to get this to work. The last thing I want to do is to reinstall Windows.

Answer:USB Headset Not Working

Quote:
I have tried everything. I will say this again. I have done everything to make it pick up.




What is everything?

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My headset broke so I decided to buy the razer carcharias headset, so I got home and plugged it in but the sound and mic didn't work so I tried it in my Ipod and it worked fine, later I asked my friend whos good with computer to help me sort this out but we only had time to do the sound part, we messed around with some options and then after I restarted PC sound was working fine, but mic wasn't ( Yes I've made sure that mic is enabled in sound options etc) And I really have no idea what to do and I hope I can get help from here =)
 

Answer:New headset - mic not working

What is the headset's make and model, that isn't working?
 

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I recently reinstalled windows 10 and my headset mic stopped working. Was working fine before the reinstall. Even after updating the Realtek drivers. It is detecting that its plugged in just fine. The headset is not usb.

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Okay. There is a Dell computer that is connected to the linksys router, broadband cable and the logitech headset, all of this means that the cable comes into the home to the router it splits to the computer and the ps2. Here's the problem. The headset does not work on any of the ps2 games. The headset is brand new. Walk me through step by step on how to make the silly thing work. I know nothing of computers or routers, and all this other stuff. So if you have ideas or help please please please make it step by step basic stuff. Thanks.
 

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when i used my audio in headset is not working but when i change it in speaker is working but the headset is still working in other computer and its all new.. and i insert in correct position..what is the problem with that and how can i solve it plsss...thanks a alot
 

Answer:My headset is not working

More details please... Things like headset model and make and model of your computer would help us help you
 

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I just bought a Logitech Premium Stereo headset (the 3.5 plug one, not the USB) and only just a few minutes ago tried them, plugged them in the soundcard in their corresponding slots, yet they don't work, not even after reinstalling updated drivers. I've been told that they might be faulty, but when I ran a test for them, mic and headphones both registered sounds, but I couldn't hear them...

I got a Creative Sound Blaster Live! 5.1 soundcard, which is quite old, and a really old MB, Via KuDo something...

Any ideas anyone?
 

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I have a Creativ(E?) Fatal1ty
I've updated to the latest drivers, nothing 'happening.

People seem to be able to hear my computer sound, but not the mic itself, and I've tested the mic on another computer and it's working just fine there.
What can the issue be?

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit


After some research, it could be the driver that's corrupt
Is there any FREE program that could fix this?

Answer:Headset - Mic is not working (With SS)

thats the same card i had in my pc it thinks the mic in put is a line in. if you plug your mic into your onboard sound you get your mic working i still have not bin able to get mine working just like you

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HI all

I used to use a USB headset and the sound and mic worked fine. But alas, the headset kicked the bucket and died last week. I bought a bright shiny new expensive headset, the Carcharias by Razer.

Well, this headset has the mic and audio jack and not a usb. I plugged it in.... the audio sounds great but for the life of me, I cannot get the mic to work. I have it plugged in the back of my PC right into the sound card. Pink in pink, green in green. LOL But it wont work.

Help?
I dont really know where to go from here.

I have gone to the control panel - sounds - Audio tab, In sound recording field, the drop down box doesnt show anything other than SB XFI Audio which is my sound card.

Same thing in the Voice tab under voice recording. Just my soundcard. No option for the headset.
 

Answer:headset mic not working

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Hey every1.

I got a problem. I have a Dell XPS 420 (born with Vista 32-bit).
I installed Windows 7 64-bit on the computer and every thing works perfect. BUT it cant find any recording device. (Sound works fine)
I have tried to find all kind of drivers on the web and so on without any luck. I just wont work.
Can any1 help me? =) or is it simply because there isnt any driver for Windows 7 audio for my computer?

(im not that into drivers and so on)
 

Answer:My headset isn't working

cocobjorn said:





Hey every1.

I got a problem. I have a Dell XPS 420 (born with Vista 32-bit).
I installed Windows 7 64-bit on the computer and every thing works perfect. BUT it cant find any recording device. (Sound works fine)
I have tried to find all kind of drivers on the web and so on without any luck. I just wont work.
Can any1 help me? =) or is it simply because there isnt any driver for Windows 7 audio for my computer?

(im not that into drivers and so on)Click to expand...

Have you tried going to the manufacturers website for the drivers? Thats your best shot.
 

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:Error: Not recognized I bought a new gaming headset but the problem is, it's not working.

The end of trhe cable is not the regular 3.5 mm plug.

Answer:Usb headset not working

  
Quote: Originally Posted by rapstarrr91


:Error: Not recognized I bought a new gaming headset but the problem is, it's not working.

The end of trhe cable is not the regular 3.5 mm plug.


What type of cable is it? If you had to get a adapter of any sort in order for it to plug into your sound card jack on your system; there is a chance that windows might not be able to pick it up.

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I recently got a new headset to replace my broken one and noticed that the only cords on this headset are a 3.5mm green audio cord and a usb. I figured that the recording device would be the usb since there's no mic in, but I'm having issues making this work. As far as I could find, there's no drivers for this headset posted anywhere online or on any official site.

The headset is found here with all it's details: https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIABRY4YW7133

I should note that the audio works fine and it's just the microphone isn't getting picked up.
 

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