04-26-2010 11:53 AM
today I bought the headset (Logitech Headset USB H330) for my computer (bought January this year, Windows 7). I put the USB stick in and everything worked fine first. The drivers got installed and the soundcheck was perfect.
But then I wanted to listen to some music with Winamp. At first there were no problems. But at least there came the situation, that all few seconds there came a break (lag) in the sound. The computer became slower in that situation, too and I was cut off from the internet (internet works over wireless USB stick here). The problem is only solved, if I restart the computer two times. But everytime, I try to use the headset for listening to music, it happens again.
Do you know, where the problem is? At first I thought, it would be a driver problem. But after a long search in the internet, I found a post, that Logitech does not create drivers for it itself. So, maybe it is a problem with the "normal" USB audio driver from Microsoft? I thought, this audio driver would get an automatically update with every Windows 7 update, doesn't it?
I hope, you can help me anyhow.
Thank you very much!
04-26-2010 01:02 PM
For a few minutes I tried out skype. At first I could only talk, but not listen to the other people. There was no problem with only talking. Everyone could understand me and the PC worked fine. But after I found out, how to listen to the other, all crashed after a few moments (situation like in the post before). So, it is not a microphone problem. Only a problem with the "earphone".