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Flame0103

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I have this fairly used Headset my uncle gave me the other day and he told me that I need to check if it works, problem is that I never used any type of Headset on my computer before so I don't know how it works.

It's a Logitech 250 Stereo Headset with a Mic. on the Right hand side and it uses the USB to connect.

I plugged it in and I gave me this Hard Drive Installation wizard, it scanned for the new hard drive but said that I needed software or something like that. I checked on the Device Manager and it says that it doesn't have the Driver for the device, but at the same time it says that the device works properly.

So I don't know, can someone help me out with this? What's a Driver and how do I get one for the headset? Thanks.

I have an old computer running on Windows XP Professionals.
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So I did a bit of research, and I'm pretty sure the headset you've listed doesn't need drivers to be used. It is strange that Windows is recognizing it as a hard drive though. Have you tried testing it at all in the sound section of control panel?
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