12-01-2009 01:54 AM
Hi all I have the logitech usb desktop microphone but I cant use them on windows 7 and the support of the website dont have any drivers or other to can use them on windows 7 anyone have the solution or fix of the problem?? THX all
12-02-2009 09:43 AM
12-03-2009 08:45 AM
Hi there, I got some problem as well, still waiting for solution, i just bought this microphone today but cannot use in windows 7 system. the system noticed me cannot find the drive for device. some body can help us?
12-06-2009 06:11 PM
Mike_M I try mi usb desktop microphone on mi windows 7 and in the other 2 (windows 7 of friends) and he need the drive this no need on windows xp but in windows 7 need them you can take me the driver to use them on windows 7??? THX
12-07-2009 07:23 PM
The information in this post might be useful...
Just force install the Generic "USB Audio Device" driver. Worked for me!
12-15-2009 06:34 AM
I have a Logitech desktop microphone that I've used successfully with Windows XP and Vista.
With Windows 7, when I plug in the microphone, the computer recognizes a new device, and eventually indicates it is installed and ready to use. However, the green light on the microphone never comes on. When I record, the laptop microphone is receiving the sound (not the Logitech mic).
When I went to the Device Manager, selected the device, and had windows look for updates to the driver software, it indicated the driver software was up-to-date. (Microphone still didn't work.)
Then I followed the advice on this thread (I browsed drivers, selected Generic USB Audio driver, and installed). This did not work either. Still no power light. When the microphone is plugged in, my recording is a flatline. When I unplug it, the laptop reverts to its internal microphone and I get recording (low sound quality).
Logitech, please offer something more than, "It should work." I've used this microphone for years with no problem. The microphone is not broken, and the drivers indicate up-to-date. That does it for the obvious solutions. Please help ... thanks!
12-15-2009 10:37 AM
Since the mic works in Vista and XP machines, the issue is obviously your installation of Windows 7.
Go to Device Manager, select the mic and delete it. Scan for new hardware and IF the USB drivers supplied by Microsoft were installed properly the mic will be installed.
12-19-2009 03:05 PM
Hi mike, the key point was that the mic cannot be recognize by windows 7 system, and cannot find anything about mic on device manager. only thing i can find is unknow device when i plug in the mic.