Okay so I brought a brand new Logitech headset. I was really excited cause it had a rubber cord so no more twisting and breaking like the stupid plastic ones. Well I plugged it in and it worked fine, I was able to use either my speakers or my headset depending on the program. Then I went to restart my computer the next day and I lost all sound on everything I couldn't manually select USB headset device. Which was mainly only World of Warcraft and Ventrillio.
So I was trying to fix the problem by going into volume control and setting my default sound system. Only problem is I couldn't find Volume Control. Instead I had Realtek, the audio program that came with my speakers I assume. I was able to get sound from my speakers in the test speaker option of the Realtek mixer but when I attempted to run volume control by using the short cut it says there's no active mixer devices available.
And to make matters worse my internet has been flipping on and off lately so I couldn't surf the net for help. But I decided hey maybe I'll uninstall and reinstall (Once my net is working again) my drivers. So I uninstall Realtek High Definition Audio Driver and High Definition Audio Driver Package KB888111, which was my sound card driver. With the idea that I'd reinstall them once my net came up.
Well I downloaded both, and installed both, and neither appear in my control panel or my add / remove programs. So now I feel even more fucked. Anyone have any ideas? My next course of action I was thinking was to try to find the volume control program somewhere. The damn headset is USB they're suppose to be able to be plugged in without screwing up the system ugh.
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