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Old 01-02-2016, 02:21 PM   #1
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Hi!, So I'm having a problem and i was looking for answer here for that specific problem. I'm having the same issue as this guy : https://www.techsupportforum.com/foru...ps-597983.html , But he found a work a round his problem. I'm here wondering if i can actually solve it without buying a 10$ USB Charger. And as WereBO said: It has something to do with a 'Dirty Voltage'.
My question is: How can i fix this Dirty Voltage??
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Old 01-02-2016, 03:55 PM   #2
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What headset do you have?
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Old 01-03-2016, 04:28 AM   #3
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I have a Logitech H600 Wireless Headset. But I had the same problem with my Logitech G430.
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I had the same problem
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As with the other topic, likely releated to the port. Is this is a desktop or laptop? If it's a desktop and it has this trouble on the front port, have you tested the rear port?
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This is a Desktop and i have tried all the ports. The front ports dont work apparently, And the back ports only give bad sound. All of them. Its probably power source related but Im not sure.
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What make & model is the PC, or if custom-built, what's the (soundcard if fitted,) motherboard and PSU make & model?
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What make & model is the PC, or if custom-built, what's the (soundcard if fitted,) motherboard and PSU make & model?
Werebo I have a Custom Build, No sound card, A OCZ500MXSP PSU, And my MotherBoard is P8P67 LE, Sorry for the late reply.

GPU: Geforce GTX 750 TI.
CPU : Intel Pentium G620 Dual Core.
Motherboard: P8P67 LE
PSU:OCZ500MXSP 500W
Sound Card: None
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Have you checked why the front ports aren't working? - If it's something as simple as the port connection to the motherboard worked loose (or dirty/oxidised contacts inside the connector), that could cause voltage problems throughout the USB circuitry ('Dirty' voltage is where interference/fluctuations are present on the power-rails )

If the connections are OK, it could be either the PSU or the USB circuitry on the motherboard. If the rear USB ports appear to be working OK, then the PSU would likely be the 'stronger' suspect.

Edit: - Forgot to add, reseating the connectors a couple o' times is usually enough to clean oxidised/dirty contacts.
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Have you checked why the front ports aren't working? - If it's something as simple as the port connection to the motherboard worked loose (or dirty/oxidised contacts inside the connector), that could cause voltage problems throughout the USB circuitry ('Dirty' voltage is where interference/fluctuations are present on the power-rails )

If the connections are OK, it could be either the PSU or the USB circuitry on the motherboard. If the rear USB ports appear to be working OK, then the PSU would likely be the 'stronger' suspect.

Edit: - Forgot to add, reseating the connectors a couple o' times is usually enough to clean oxidised/dirty contacts.
So, The Front ports do work. But not with the headset. ;_; So it's probably the PSU then. But i dont know how to fix that. :( My dad build me this PC. Expect for the videocard.
I'm good with software on PC but hardware is a nono for me. Could you help me out ? :)
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Looking up the headset, it seems that it's not compatible with windows 10. It only supports: XP, Vista, 7 and needs a pairing utility.

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Replacing a PSU is more fiddly than difficult, simply follow each cable from the PSU to t'other end and unplug it, some of the connectors have a plastic-sprung clip to hold them in place (usually the large mobo-connector), simply press the clip inwards and pull the connector off. If necessary, draw a quick diagram noting where all the plugs are connected, for when you reconnect the new ones.

PSUs are held by 4 short screws/bolts to the back of the case, if it's mounted at the top of the case, don't forget to hold the unit when removing the last screw, to save demolishing the mobo/graphics-card underneath (I know it sounds daft, but I had a repair for exactly that several years ago.... )

Most of the various plugs are designed to fit only 1 socket and 1 way round (mobo, graphics-card). There will also be a power-lead for each hard-drive and CD/DVD-player, but it doesn't matter which power-lead goes to which device.

The other 'problem' is tidiness. bundles of wires can seriously interfere with the airflow through the case, which can cause the various bits to get hotter. A modular PSU has most of the leads separate, so you plug just the cables needed for the devices, which can make a huge difference when tidying the unused wires.

Also, cable-ties are excellent for tying the used cables to the chassis, as well as tucking excess lengths underneath the mobo.
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