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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.
Manually install it or if you have a disk with it load that and choose where its hooked up at or try another plug in if its usb capable. Your mic jack might be messed up also if it doesn't plug into your usb. Plug and Play usually picks up on whatever you plug in. If all else fails press F2 before boot and under the BOOT tab make sure its plug and play accessible Press F10 and continue with bootup and see if works
you cn check the connection b going into the properties of your sound card page and go to the section for input check if the mic shows up have you any drivers loaded for the mic... if you go to setting then control panel look for the sound and audio box there is block there for speech check you mic is selected.. you can try connecting via afront panel usb port as well or via you sound card inputs on the back panel
so u connected it to the usb . . . it propably works it just dont make sound /. . . i dont think that it is supposed to make sound is it? wut is the mic for ? guitar hero or rokband? if so then it aint supposed to . . . u just sing if not ttell me wut it is for and i can help u writ bak -eli the cewest kid on da blok
Your mic still picks up sound when it's unplugged ?
As far as the other prob goes that sounds like howl round ( feedback ), mute the mic when not talking through it or get a mic with a cardioid polar response pattern ( just ask for a cardioid mic, can get a hypercardioid or supercardioid too but a cardioid would be best for your application, point the mic right at your speaking position with the back of the mic pointing at the speakers wich ideally should be behind the mic, this will help cancel out their sound, puting a limiter on the mic and setting it where it only starts picking up sound when you talk directly into it will help too, but the sure fire way to solve the prob is to mute the mic when not speaking into it.
What you definitely don't want is an omnidirectional mic, for what you are using a mic for.