07-23-2012 12:18 AM
Currently, my mother is in the hospital due to her bone metastases; she is awaiting spinal decompression surgery. Because of the noise level from the nurses and intercom in addition to the intermittent sceams from disillusioned patients inebriated from morphine, oxycodone, and other opiods, I lent my mother the headset to use with her laptop to cancel out the noise. Unforuntately, the USB dongle was damaged in the process due to one of the health professionals working there. Nevertheless, I am wondering if the headset will still work or if I need to replace the headset all together.
If anyone could let me know or guide me to who I would need to contact, it would be much appreciated.
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07-24-2012 12:13 PM
You can buy a replacement for the dongle for $10 from the logitech store:
I hope you mother is doing well.
03-30-2013 06:43 PM
I have recently moved and lost my USB receiver for my g930. I'm in the same boat as ricjandro. How can I purchase the receiver from Logitech and have it delivered to Canada?