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NO VOICE Ive got this USB headset that isnt working well. I tried to use the google talk and its like I dont have a device plug in.. doesnt give me the option for voice chat at all..what should I do?

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  • Anonymous Feb 01, 2008

    no voice for headfhone

  • trrec Mar 17, 2008

    I have a Logitech 350 Premium USB Headset it has
    worked fine for a month. Today I discovered that I can no longer talk. I can
    hear fine but the computer does not pick up my voice. I have tried with skype
    and the control panel set up. No go on either. Last time I fixed this by buying
    a new headset. Any suggestions for another fix? Thanks.


    Terry

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