My logitech desktop mic is not working. I have Vista.
My computer downloaded the driver just fine but I can't seem to record my voice. I tried to test it with Skype and no sound is registering. I checked the volume and it looks fine. Anyone had this problem?
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Go to logitech's website and look for the latest driver for your microphone:
Install it, plug in mic, load audacity/garageband, or any windows recording application, and ensure the mic input on the application is set to the plugged in logitech/labtec mic. Ensure the input volume is set to a level that responds when speaking into mic. Press record to see if it picks up the audio.
Restart your computer.
If that doesn't work then download the driver for it at the manufacturer's website.
IF those two don't work, check to see if other USB devices will work in the same port.
You can also test it yourself using sound recorder under the accessories tab.
open controller panel to the left click on classic view--if already on classic view the open the "sound" icon click the record tab look for the logitech mic -right click and set as default-reboot the pc and log into yahoo again and try the sound. if no logitech mic is detected under the record tab then headset may not loaded correctly check the device manager for any device that is not loaded. right click and update it.
first check if you have the right drivers on your computer for your audio, if you have audio like mine go to realtek audio manager it should be right beside the clock, then click on the top right corner it says device advanced settings it opens another box that gives you options for recording like tie up same type of input jacks, ie. line-in or microphone,as an input device. and it has another one separate all input jacks as independent input devices you could try one of those if you have realtek audio manager theres other options to that might help and if you dont have that go to recording devices and see if your mic is working properly and if its set to default device
That is NOT the 64 bit vista driver. At least my Vista 64 will not find the ICD-P320. The Digital Voice Editor installs fine, but the driver does no. Even going to the downloaded folder with the drivers and executing the setup for it does not work.
you do not need to uninstall any driver..i had the same problem and i just bought a new headset wid a mic so here's what probably your problem is...especially those who can't seem to uninstall their driver..
1. right click on the speaker icon and go to recording devices
2. select any of the microphones in the list
3. click on properties
4. go to the levels tab
5. unmute your microphone and voila..microphone works :)