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I cannot set up h110 headset in my windows xp

It would be useful if sb told me the whole process setting h110 up and also how to set as default ...i am confused

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Just connect the two connectors to your computer sound card.
Your computer should have a pink connector for the mic and a green for the speakers. You also could plug the speaker (headset) into the orange if your sound card has that colour.

Then you just adjust the volume for the headset with the sound settings of the computer.

The program you want to use the headset with, will also allow you to fine tune the set.

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Testimonial: "The problem is that the headset is not recognized by the computer and so i cannot set the volume either."

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