03-26-2011 11:15 PM
Tried this on my brothers computer along with mine, still the same problem.
Just today I tried turning on the G930 and there was sound coming out of it, then 5 seconds later I hear a nasty buzzing sound (mic was off) and it turns off. It's been repeating like that for the whole day... anyone ever have this problem? Thanks in advance.
05-17-2011 10:23 PM
I'm having the same problem, did you ever find anything out? It doesnt make the noise or shut off if its disconnected from the usb transmitter but as soon as it connects it starts making a terrible noise and turns itselt off.
05-18-2011 04:14 PM
Thank you for posting to the Logitech Community Forums.
Are there any other wireless devices near the G35 or its receiver? If so, remove them and see what happens.
Please post with your findings.
07-02-2011 03:02 AM
I have the same problem. In fact, so far I've had about 5 or 6 problems that have rendered the G930 unusable or nearly unusable for at least a few hours to a few days, over the past 7 months. None of the solutions the Logitech support team has offered (including this one) have worked so far.
I was simply watching a YouTube video, when I encountered the persistent problem that makes the headphones stop working while doing that, then I replugged them so they would work again and encountered this.
This is probably one of the worst products I've ever purchased at the price being offered for it.
07-02-2011 11:32 AM
07-03-2011 11:06 AM
Yes, it does. It makes a god-awful screeching sound and then shuts off about five seconds after it turns on. It randomly turns itself on and off while this is going on, and if I wait a few hours it will sometimes randomly decide to work properly for a while.
01-09-2012 09:27 PM
What drivers are you (the guys that posted) are you using? What OS do you have?
10-16-2012 12:02 PM
You need to do a battery change, you cant start your headset because the battery is burned, this happens if you have your headset connected to the charger while you use it. You should use the headset as little as you can while it is charging, though you burn the positive electrons or something like that.
It´s easy to change, under the soft piece on your left side (not the microphone side) you can find 5 screws, remove them and take off the cover. Underneath that you will find 4 or 5 more screws, remove them and the shell with the Logitech logo will be removable, and there´s the battery.
The screws are small so be sure you have the right size on the screwdriver.
I had the same problem as you, works for 5 sek and that nasty buzz comes and the headset turns off, now it works perfect!