12-19-2008 06:28 PM
I've always used logitec USB headsets. Today, I unplugged my headset, attached my camera to download some pictures. When I reattached my headset, windows won't recognize it... Any ideas. Was it the latest update?
12-21-2008 06:21 AM
I'm having a similar problem. I have been using a Logitech USB headphone/mic on my Windows Vista machine for over a year. After I did some Windows updates earlier this week, Windows only partially recognizes the headset.
The Microphone works fine, but sound refuses to play through the headset.
When I go into Control Panel, in Sound, under Playback, the headset does not show up in the list at all. All I see there are my Realtek speakers that came with the computer. Under recording, "Headset microphone: 2-Logitech USB Headaset" shows up and has the green checkmark that it is the default device.
I thought I maybe needed drivers, but I don;t think I ever loaded drivers for this and when I went to the support pages it seemed to indicate that USB headsets use the native drivers.
Anyway, my headset no longer works, any help would be appreciated I use the headset for Skype a LOT, and am currently dead in the water, considering buying a new one from someone other than Logitech if this cannot be resolved.
Windows Vista Home Premium, Service Pack 1
AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual core Processor 4200+ 2.20 GHz