Question about Logitech ClearChat Pro USB Headset
The potential cause for this is that if you load up IE or FF with the headset plugged in, IE/FF will load up the sound via the USB, but if you remove the headset, IE/FF is still trying to relay your sound though the USB and not the speakers. This is not a design flaw with the headset but rather with windows. This happens to me with every program that uses sound. And also to note that even though you plug the headset back in, it has a good chance of loading onto a different address then what was used by IE/FF initially. You can see how this works also by leaving your headset plugged in, with IE or FF open (so that the sound is through the headset) then go into your control panel > sound options, and under the playback tab select your speakers rather then the headset. you will see that you lose your sound until you restart IE/FF.
Posted on May 23, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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