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Feedback on my laptop

I have a Logitech headset that works perfectly on the desk set computer but as soon as I try on the laptop I have horrible feedback. I'm sure it's a setting in the laptop that I'm not looking at.

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Mic gain is too high.

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Hear myself through my headset


so to begin

1. right click the lil speaker on the bottum right hand side

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3. Right click you default speaker set, (for me its 2-logitech G330 headset)

4. select properties

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6. use the microphone slider and slide the microphone volume to 0


hats it your done, your mic will continue to work as normal with out the feed back loop in ur head set.

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Try this:

click on start, control panel, hardware and sound.

Click on manage sound devices and click the recording tab.

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its possible your mic is on mute so no sound gets throught.
check the speaker icon next to your clock

if you dont see microphone there then click on properties and settings and then on playback. Then make sure the microphone has a X next to it below.

then press ok and check settings

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press settings and then properties and click on recording. then ok. then make sure the microphone is not muted and the sound level is high enought.

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probably your sound card for your computer is damage or you will have to check your installed drivers once more if that does not work.get a sound card that can fit on computer slot.since your computer sound card is built onto the mother board.good luck.

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