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    Mic

    Hi bitches <3

    everyone knows my mic dont work... mouths, years ago lol

    i tested many headsets with mic, the problem happened for all

    then i though it was the audio driver, but i reinstalled and nothing happenned. but now, i have sure, it's the audio plugs (there are only 1 audio panel on my pc)

    for the output audio, many times, i need find a position on the connector for hear anything and for the mic it's impossible almost find a position... IT'S WORKING NOW!! but i it's just breeze a bit here for it stop working =(

    my pc has a onboard audio card, if i buy a new offboard one my problem will be solved
    but i want to know... is possible to replace only the connectors? or clean them? for my mic and headset work 100% all times

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    Quote Originally Posted by HIGH[+]AdRiaN View Post
    Hi bitches <3

    everyone knows my mic dont work... mouths, years ago lol

    i tested many headsets with mic, the problem happened for all

    then i though it was the audio driver, but i reinstalled and nothing happenned. but now, i have sure, it's the audio plugs (there are only 1 audio panel on my pc)

    for the output audio, many times, i need find a position on the connector for hear anything and for the mic it's impossible almost find a position... IT'S WORKING NOW!! but i it's just breeze a bit here for it stop working =(

    my pc has a onboard audio card, if i buy a new offboard one my problem will be solved
    but i want to know... is possible to replace only the connectors? or clean them? for my mic and headset work 100% all times

    Maybe your audio/mic port is damaged and i am afraid you can't just replace them because they're built on the motherboard still you can perform a last search before purchasing one. Even if you get solution , i'd still advise to get a new one because who knows the old one might cause problem again..



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    Quote Originally Posted by HIGH[+]AdRiaN View Post
    Hi bitches <3

    everyone knows my mic dont work... mouths, years ago lol

    i tested many headsets with mic, the problem happened for all

    then i though it was the audio driver, but i reinstalled and nothing happenned. but now, i have sure, it's the audio plugs (there are only 1 audio panel on my pc)

    for the output audio, many times, i need find a position on the connector for hear anything and for the mic it's impossible almost find a position... IT'S WORKING NOW!! but i it's just breeze a bit here for it stop working =(

    my pc has a onboard audio card, if i buy a new offboard one my problem will be solved
    but i want to know... is possible to replace only the connectors? or clean them? for my mic and headset work 100% all times
    New PC problem solved :P



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    Audio Driver, just configure that right.

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    Is it working or not working? Was not very clear.

    Anyway, you should try a USB headset if your onboard is broken.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAM View Post
    Is it working or not working? Was not very clear.

    Anyway, you should try a USB headset if your onboard is broken.
    yes, i think it's the best solution... better than buy a offboard audio card

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    Get the logitech notebook premium headset if you can. You can fix the audio ports but it might involve some soldering.
    Last edited by SAM; 12-27-2012 at 07:42 AM.

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    I STRONGLY advise against getting anything audio in USB. That stuff will turn your hair grey faster than anything else. Logitech products in general are typically subpar as well. My advice is to find a cheap soundcard, you don't really need anything fancy to replace onboard audio unless you want something high-end. Over here an onboard-equivelant card would only set me back about $20USD new.

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    my logitech usb headset works perfectly fine for the past 4 years, you just need to buy stuff thats proven to repay you for the money spent even if it is a little it should be worth much more (my headset)

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