03-08-2011 12:48 PM
For some reason, starting today when I plug my headset into the audio jack on the keyboard, it just flashes and doesn't work. Until today this was never an issue. I plug in the headphones, the keyboard flashes and no profile is loaded. This doesn't stop until I remove the headphones. As long as they are not plugged in, everything works fine.
03-21-2011 04:49 PM
I'm experiencing the same exact problem i got it to work once when it was acting up like this but no sound... i dont get it ... works better just pluging the **bleep** thing into my specker then my keyboard...
Running Xp SP.3
03-22-2011 03:11 AM
Well I unplugged my keyboard from the system and plugged it back in. It's currently working. Not sure what happened or if it will happen again. My husband has the same keyboard and his sound goes out constantly. No fix for his yet.
04-02-2011 04:18 PM
I'm having the exact same problem. It was working fine for a week or so, but when I plugged in my headphones today, I observed the following:
1. "Logitech G510 Audio" device appears in my list of sound devices and is checked as default device.
2. "Logitech G510 Audio" device disappears from my list of sound devices.
3. "Logitech G510 Audio" device appears again.
4. "Logitech G510 Audio" disappears again.
This behavior continues as long as the headphones are plugged in. I've tried unplugging / replugging the keyboard back in, but I've not been able to get it working again.
04-02-2011 04:41 PM
After reading some of the other threads about G510 audio problems, I tried rotating the headphones jack while it was plugged in. There's apparently a sweet spot, because after a couple of tries, I finally got it working.
04-30-2011 12:43 PM
I had the same problem with the audio jack. On Windows 7, if you open the Control Panel/Hardware and Sound/Manage Audio Devices you should see Speakers G510 Gaming Keyboard. Make that your default audio device and the problem was solved for me. I hope it works for everyone else as well.
10-25-2011 10:18 AM
I found this thread in the first results from Google. I had experience the same problem then you guys. I'm running Windows XP SP3.
This is what I found on the Logitech documentation. http://logitech-en-amr.custhelp.com/app/answers/de
It seems that
- For correct audio behavior with XP, we only recommend plugging or unplugging a headset into your G510 when not in a game, movie, music, or other program outputting audio. Windows XP may not be able to properly switch the audio of the application from your soundcard to the G510, resulting in lost audio until the application is closed and opened again.
- After plugging a headset in, make sure that the G510 is selected as your Sound Playback and Sound Recording default device. To set this, first open your Sounds and Audio Devices control panel (Start > Control Panel > Sounds and Audio Devices), then click on Audio:
So just stop every program that might output music to your speakers (I would close them completly). Then Unplug your headphone from the keyboard, follow by unpluging your keyboard from the USB port. Wait a few seconds then Plug the Keyboard, wait for the computer to finish the "installation". Then plug your headpohne in the keyboard jack. Wait for 10 seconds. Then configure the audio output in the control panel (see the link over for more precise explaination).
That should do it. (At least it did for me).
Hope this will help other people that will find this thread