Question about Logitech Radio Communications
Start on the Mac side by checking your sound input preferences. Do this by selecting under the apple pull down menu: System Preferences. Then get to the screen where you see all preferences icon's shown and select Sound. Once in the Sound preferences, select Input. Where is says "Select a device for sound input:" It is probably set to USB audio device since that worked for you. Look for Bluetooth Audio Device or similar name for your headset and select it. Speak into the h760 and adjust the input volume, you should see the input level go up when you speak. If not, your H760 bluetooth device is not properly paired. If your device does not show up, back up to the System Preferences page and select Bluetooth and follow instructions there. If that all is working but does not work in Parallels, inspect Parallels for Sound Input options and try to find your bluetooth device. Also check Windows sound input control panel to see that bluetooth is selected.
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Posted on Jan 14, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Logitech USB headset no sound
Have you tried changing the Audio Device that windows is using?
Under the Sound and Audio Devices in the ontrol Panel. Under the Audio tab, try the Default Device under Sound playback. Change this to the headphones.
Posted on Nov 10, 2007
SOURCE: Parallels Desktop
Did you check the permissions of the folders that need to be openend by parallels to get to the file? (just select the folders one by one and for ech of them press apple - I and check the permissions section of the information pane. Chnaces are Parallels is trying to access a folder but doesn't have the right permission.
If all seems okay, check this:
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Posted on Apr 27, 2008
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