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I have speekers but when i am in a chatroom i dont get to hear what people are sayin how did it get to be able to hear them????

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1. go to control panel
2. choose "sounds and audio devices"
3. choose the "audio" tab
4. there are "default device" for "sound playback" and "sound recording", change both to logitech usb headset"

you then effectively enable the headset and disable the speakers. and the sound will remain on the headset after unplug and replug.

Posted on Dec 17, 2008

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