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Cut Cord My cat cut my cord and I have tried many times to re-wire the cord back together, but I still cannot get the sound to work. Anyone know how to fix it? When I am looking at the wires their is a blue, red, and gold wire that goes to the headphones. They are not seperate, and are all touching. Their is a seperate insulated cord for the mic and I can't get it to work either. I am sure its the cord because it worked before it was cut. PLS Help! Thanks

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SOURCE: Logitech headphones not working with MSN

The internet bandwidth or speed is too low or being occupied by some other programs.Thereby leaving a low speed for the msn to work.The solution would be close some applications using internet or reinstall the msn messenger.

Posted on Jan 19, 2009

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SOURCE: mic not working when headphone plugged in

Try changing the Windows Default Audio devices

  1. Go to control Panel
  2. Sounds and audio devices
  3. The Audio tab
  4. Then change the Sound Recording Device to Logitech Headphone INPUT
Hopefully this will work

Posted on Apr 07, 2009

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SOURCE: My headphones work, my mic does not(at all)

Have you gone to your control panel, and found the "speech recognition" option? If you havent tried it, do that. It wil have you recite a sentence and then should conifgure your mic to your computer. I hope this helps!

Posted on May 30, 2009

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SOURCE: my mic is not working on my laotop,vista home premium

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 :)

Posted on Sep 15, 2009

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SOURCE: USB Headset mM/N:A-0374A mic problem

I get a problem when gaming all the sound of the game is on the outside of the map and its not with the sound properly

Posted on Dec 29, 2009

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SOURCE: There is no sound of the left side of the headset

Probably just need to manually reconnect the wires with a pair of tweezers. Work's for me sometimes. It's a pain in the a$$ though

Posted on Apr 28, 2010

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