[24hoursupport] Re: 2 Questions in one

  • From: "George Cham" <bulldogs13@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <24hoursupport@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 4 Jan 2003 16:12:08 +1100

 


Hi  all,
Oh what joy is mine.
It appears that there is a small button near the volume button on my mic.
When pressed up it is loud.
When pressed down it is soft.
My future Brother in-law just showed me this.
It's very handy to have a computer tech in the family.


 George

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> Hello George,
>
> I'm not the best one to answer questions about sound, which is probably
my=
>  weakest area of experience, but I believe that the changes have to be
made=
>  in each individual program. Meaning that if you use the headset and=
>  microphone in one chat program, you have to adjust it through that
program=
>  and if you use a different program you may have to adjust it all over=
>  again through the other one as well. I'm not sure if there is a way to=
>  save those kinds of settings through Windows. Seems to me it should be=
>  possible, but I've never tried to do it.
>
> Did the headset come with any software or drivers, or does it just plug=
>  into your sound card?
>
> Now your second question about illegal operations in IE seems like a=
>  non-sequitur to me. Do you mean that you have started experiencing more=
>  than the usual number of illegal operations in IE **since installing the=
>  headset**? Do you believe the two are related?
>
> Ron
>
>
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> On 01/03/2003 at 7:52 PM George Cham wrote:
>
> >First of all Happy new year to you all.
> >A bout a week ago I bought a headset microphone to use on the internet in
> >audio chat rooms.
> >
> >I can't seem to get it right.
> >When I test the microphone  using sound recorder and adjustments made
with
> >volume control, the sound is muffled, and the changes I make using the
> >above
> >programs aren't beeing saved.
> >
> >2   I'm finding that when I use Ie I'm getting a lot of illegal operation
> >messages.

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