Re: Headset/Mic Combo Isn't Recognized
Check your system specs.
Possibly the front jacks are for an additional sound card.
*Report back, please*
"KellySH" <KellySH@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> That didn't seem to help. I did though install drivers from the drivers &
> utilities disk that came with the pc and that seemed to help somewhat. The
> sound device went from "Microsoft High Definition Audio" to Realtek and at
> least now I am able to use the headset when it's plugged into the rear
> and the mic works when I try to set it up using the Speech Recognition
> wizard. Now it seems my only real issue is that I'm unable to use the
> jacks which is more practical for my use. This is just really frustrating
> seeing how this is a brand new computer that I got only yesterday.
> "Bob" wrote:
>> Reboot with the Logitech headset/mic combo plugged in.
>> *Report back, please*
>> "KellySH" <KellySH@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> >I have a basic Logitech headset/mic combo. The kind with the pink &
>> > plugs that plug directly into the jacks on the front of the pc. I don't
>> > know
>> > if they aren't being recognized or what because sound is still coming
>> > out
>> > of
>> > the speakers and when I look in the control panel under my sound
>> > devices
>> > for
>> > the headset and mic neither one shows as plugged in and the option to
>> > configure them is not available.