Hey mate, me again, I just bought a headset, It came with two cords, a pink cord with a picture of a mic on it, and a black cord with a picture of a headset on it.
I plugged the pink one into a hole on my computer that says "Mic" on it and I plugged the black one into my speakers, I can hear fine with them, but my computer doesn't recognize that I have a mic? Help!
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the pink ended plug is the mic wire and the other goes into the head phones out line most likely on the side or back of the puter you will find 3 possibility 2 3.5mm head phone/mic jacks plug them in go to control pannel go to sounds and configure them and load driversif it for a odd reason auto play the little thing for you already and you should be good.
This would be a usb headset and there could be issues with the microphone itself on the headset, or your have it muted. Some users have this issue because there is more then one mic installed on the system, the system is confused on what mic if any your going to be using, or the headset might be muted, or the pc my be muting the headset.
You would need to check the following:
1. By you clock on your desktop there should be a speaker icon right mouse click on that. 2. Open up Record properties, make sure that the Logitech is your default microphone and that its not muted. 3. Say the mic is not muted you want to check on the cord , there should be a hardware mute button, make sure that is not muted as well.
Last but not least if those check out then you might got yourself a hardware issue with the Logitech headset itself.
You also might try another usb port as well.
Please update me with the following information:
1. Operating system 2. type of computer 3. Are you using skype?
If you have any further questions please do ask, We will be more then happy to help.
You have to make sure it is not muted. Some logitech headsets have a mute button for the mic on the cord e.g. the logitech comfort usb blinks when it is muted. Make sure it is not muted in windows also. Go to your sound > click recording devices > click the logitech one > set default > click properties > levels (make sure the michophone is not muted and 100).
Also make sure it is the set microphone in the program you are using and not muted.
Well in this case you need to include also the infomation of your computer like brand , model and Operating system because the problem is not with the headset. Otherwiseyou can checkthesettingsright throughControlPanel-Sound then Playback and Recording configuration
It sounds like it may be plugged into the wrong jack on the phone
base. The cord from the S10 HAS TO BE plugged into the jack where the
curly cord from your phone was plugged in. You can't use the headset
jack, this will cause the high pitch sound you are hearing.