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Hey mate, I just bought a headset, It came with two cords, apink cord with a picture of a mic on it, and a black cord with apicture of a headset on it.

I plugged the pink one into a holeon my computer that says "Mic" on it and I plugged the black one intomy speakers, I can hear fine with them, but my computer doesn'trecognize that I have a mic? Help!

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  • x_damoz_x
    x_damoz_x Sep 06, 2008

    I have done that, I went into test sound and it only had one item, Realtek HD bla bla, but my mic is Logitech?

    That's how I know it's not the problem.


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    x_damoz_x Sep 07, 2008

    Fixed it, put it in the back port.

  • VeritaDea Sep 09, 2008

    I've also had this exact same problem, it recognises it as a line in but as said doesn't work as a microphone. Does anyone know how to make it work? (I've only got one port, I don't have the option of a back port)

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I am not sure how you know that your computer does not recognize your mic, but you can try to check your volume control settings and make sure you have your mic unmuted and at good levels.

Posted on Sep 06, 2008

  • Arvin Magaway
    Arvin Magaway Sep 06, 2008

    Are you using Vista? Sound configuration in vista seems different, as I had problem making my Realtek work with it, too. The microphone is not a digital device, therefore it does not show on the device list. Your computer will recognize only the device that your mic is connecting to, that is, your realtek sound card.Thus, you will touch only the settings in the sound card (Mic level, not muted, if necessary, switch on Mic boost, which is found under the advanced configuration on the volume control.

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