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DelinquentPixie
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Registered: ‎08-07-2012

How do I use the microphone that is built in to my Logitech C615 webcam?

I can not find out how to access it. My driver is not updated, nor CAN I update.... my computer is 32-bit, and the updated c615 software crashes it as it is not made for 32-bit.

I have looked in the Audio Properties tab, I have looked in the Sound and Audio Devices tab, I have looked everywhere and done everything and it does not show up. My computer is Windows XP.

Anyone know a solution? I know it comes with a mic, it says so on the box.

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daleLogi
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Registered: ‎01-06-2010

Re: How do I use the microphone that is built in to my Logitech C615 webcam?

Hello DelinquentePixie

 

The built in microphone of your C615 webcam should be listed under "Sound Recording" under the Audio Tab. It will be listed as a "USB Audio Device" if you don't have the Logitech Webcam Software installed or it will be listed as Logitech Webcam C615 if you have the software installed.

 

Regarding the software of the Logitech Webcam C615, it should be compatible with Windows XP 32-bit too. To properly install the software, first uninstall the old version of the software from the control panel. Once you have the old version removed, install the latest version from the Logitech website (check here).

 

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jhutch1780
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Registered: ‎08-26-2012

Re: How do I use the microphone that is built in to my Logitech C615 webcam?

It took me awhile to figure this out, but you need to right click on the icon on the desktop. Then go to compatibility and uncheck the box that show the windows program that it's trying to run compatible with.