05-28-2010 04:18 PM
I had to unplug my Z10 USB speakers and plug them back in. Now all I get is an LCD display that is lit up with a backlight, but no numbers/letters/etc. The computer doesn't recognize them as being connected. I have tried unplugging and replugging them in to reset them. I have tried downloading updates. Nothing works. They have always been kind of touchy in this manner, but usually unplugging and replugging them in has worked before. Now, they're dead except for the backlight. I have tried them on both Windows Vista and Windows XP computers. The touchpad has never been quite right on them either, but I learned to live with that. I see that lots of other people have discussed this unplug/replug issue on the forum, but I can't see where anyone has resolved it. Mine were perfectly fine one day, dead the next, and all I did was unplug them, which I've done before with only a couple of hiccups. I really don't want to buy a new set of speakers, so if anyone can help me, I'd appreciate it. I'm sure they can't possibly have died already: I only bought them a few years ago.
07-21-2010 11:09 AM
I have exactly same problem. A year ago I had the same problem and I just put them back to box and let them stay there for six months because I had other speakers. Well one day I tried them again and they started to work again! Now after few months they "died" again. Just the backlight... Maybe they just need sometimes rest or someone could help?
07-27-2010 02:01 PM
Have a similar problem - any help appreciated.
The Z10`S worked fine before upgrading to windows 7 - yes I downloaded the software for win 7 and installed it - no result.
Now they are just collecting dust on my desk !
10-23-2010 06:21 AM
I feel that Logitech is totally just "skipping" this... I mean, This problem have been out for like a year if not more and they still haven't done anything about it?
10-23-2010 06:47 AM
Hi well if I got a set of speakers that did that under warranty period 2 years i would get a replacement set. If you upgraded to win 7 and your speakers stopped working that would seem to me to be sound card drivers did not get installed did you try the speakers on a dif system to check them. Since this is a user supported forum I would have phoned Logitech long ago and got them replaced, as we users can only try and guide you not replace your product.
10-23-2010 07:22 AM
The EXACT same thing happened with my new speakers. They worked beautifully for about 2 minutes.
I have had NO results with any 800 number.. because I can't even LOCATE one. I think this is called 'getting "s******".
Life in the 2000's seems to be ...... a little 'poor' sometimes..
An y one have any GOOD news??? I would sure appreciate it. I am FURIOUS.