When first installed 4 days ago, microphone working fine on logitech ultravision quickcam. Microphone quit working 2 days ago. Removed and re-installed software. Microphone still not working...any ideas?
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The link below will take you to Logitech's drivers for the QuickCam Messenger. All you need to do is select which operating system you are using and then download and install the drivers. Logitech Link
please keep the microphone a bit away from ur screen... its because, powerful electro magnets will be ther in the microphone... wen u keep it very close to the screen, the waves cause the fluctuation in the screen which wil shorten the life off ur screen
In WinXP look in Control Panel, then select sound and audio device icon and select voice tab. Select the advaance key and see if you have the volumn turned up on your mic. The problem is within WinXP and not the mic or software
have you checked the settings under control panel/sounds and audio devices? open that up click the voice taband under voice recording press the volume button, check to see if the check box has a tick in it under microphone and that the volume is turned up. try the test hardware button to test your mic and adjust the levels from within the wizard.
I'm just taking a stab in the dark here but bare with me on this, I got a lot of info stored in this old head so it takes a while.
If you look at the jack for the microphone, Does it have 2 sleaves and a pin or just 1 sleave and a pin. If it has 2 then you will need an adaptor (Normaly Stereo jack to XLR). If it has 1 sleave then your going to need a preamp.
I would try downloading the most recent driver from Logitech. Click HERE. It will ask you what operating system you are using and then give you a choice of 2 files. Download the QuickCam v11.5 file and install. Let me know if this helps. -WN
you shouldnt have too my dell p-4 recognized my logicam and installed all of the drivers for it without a cd but you never know and also you can always go to the logic website and download the driver for it there ik please keep me posted ok best regards mike l