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To enable Windows 7 support for the GN8120 USB headset, you need to make sure it's it has Firmware Version 11.0 or newer. The version 11.0 firmware updater can be found at http://www.jabra.com/sites/Jabra/GNimages/Software updates/GN8120_Update_790.zip or http://headsetplus.com/PDF/GN8120_Update_790.zip. Other headset updates and more info can be found at http://headsetplus.com/faqdesk44/faqdesk_info.html. Note that the firmware update must be performed under Windows XP, not Windows 7.
microphone is a miniature part of the headset....it is spoiled means it cant capture the audio signals and couldnt convert into electrical signals.....it need to be replaced....nothing can be done....
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you haven't mentioned it that i can see but when you have the green plug into the green can you hear sound ?... if so look for the speaker icon on the lower right of your screen. open that to volume control.... look at the mic setting... is the mute box marked ? if so uncheck it and try the mic again
Just had the same problem occur on a laptop with same mic. Did the exact same thing yours did, I turned the mic boost on and ran the hardware test three or four times and it finally picked it up. Hope this helps.