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My Headset's Playing What I Hear to Other People


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Good luck Storm!
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Well, that got shot down... It won't connect to the other computer :whistling: Not sure what else to do, I'll have to just experiment with my own...

Will continue working over text.

Edited by Stormknight6, 30 December 2006 - 06:03 PM.

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alright problem STILL not solved, anyone else ? lol
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Not sure if you tried this but its a shot in the dark.



START->all programs->entertainment->volume control



On the microphone volume slider is there an "Advanced" button? If there is click it and uncheck the "mic boost" feature.
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I just tried that and it didn't work
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Then I got nothing, sorry, hope you find a fix soon.
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I would test the headset on one of your friend's computers and see if the problem exists still. That will help narrow it down about whether the headset is defective or not.

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Ok! I Figured it out all on my own! lol (with some research)

I'm posting solution in case anyone else needs help

here's what you Do.


1. Under Ventrilo Settings i set my hardware input mixer to "None"
2. I went to the Realtek HD Audio Manager on the bottom of my tray, and disabled everything except for "Microphone" (the one under record)

Now im not echoing, i hope this works for anyone else!

Edited by SillyxWabbitx, 30 December 2006 - 07:00 PM.

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Sweet! Glad you figured it out! :whistling:

Thanks for letting us know how to you fixed it too.

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Good work :whistling:
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