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My logitech mic

HI hey i got a logitech mic it is the 524 how can i get a down load to get it bak up and going

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Re: my logitech mic

Try entering it into google or go to logitech. are you sure you need a down load it might be turned off by your audeo settings

Posted on Jan 01, 2008

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This product uses native driver support on a Mac. No Logitech Mac Software is available or required.

It should work instantly check your sound settings the mic might be on mute or your useing wrong input on your program.

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