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I have a Logitech microphone that has worked for my PowerPoint presentations. It is an AK5370. Any ideas on how to make this work in Pinnacle

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I just rebooted my computer then went back into Pinnacle and my microphone was added to the drop down list. I tested it yesterday & it worked great.

Posted on Feb 29, 2008

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