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Win7 + Ventrilo-64bit

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by istouche, Jan 19, 2010.

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  1. istouche

    istouche Thread Starter

    Jan 19, 2010
    I Plugged My Normal setup (Logitech X-540 + Mic plugged in keyboard, and Headset plugged into the Logitech Control)

    So, at first, people couldn't hear me on Ventrilo and stuff, so i had to play with all setting available on Win7 (Messy stuff).
    And finally, put my mic on Boost +20 db.. So the quality isn't really there, and when i play css, it sounds pretty horrible.
    And now new problem, I'm playing Heroes Of Newerth, and as soon as I get on the game, people on Vent can't hear me anymore, if I want to talk, i have to alt+tab out of the game, say what I have to say, then comeback on the game (which sucks).

    I tried running both programs on administrator mode (which didn't worked)
    I tried to play on windowed mode (which didn't worked either)

    I Have Win7 64 bit
    Onboard sound card
    Razer Lycosa (which I plug my mic in)
    Razer Deathadder (PTT button is set on Mouse4)
    My headset sound is plugged in the Logitech X-540 Control thingie
    And I have a Steelseries 5H V2

    What is wrong with Win7 ?
    It doesn't recognize my headset, it says not-plugged
    and my webcam mic, is reacting better than my headset mic, even if it's at 0.5m, i clap my hand, and my webcam mic level, goes higher than my headset mic.. ?
  2. DoubleHelix

    DoubleHelix Banned

    Dec 9, 2004
    Your post is a bit difficult to read.

    Is the problem with the quality of the headset? Does it work on another computer? What if you connect it directly to the computer and not through the Logitech remote?
  3. istouche

    istouche Thread Starter

    Jan 19, 2010
    So, i was running XP, before switching go Win7, and all was working correctly, the problem is the win7 configuration for audio and microphone thing.
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