CarloFragni Replied on September 15, CarloFragni Replied on July 14, When I plug it to my Windows 10 PC it is recognized as an “Avnera audio device” and I cannot manually override this using the “let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer” option in the update driver dialog as it won’t list all available drivers. Ironically, I got this headset as a workaround since I could not manage to make my bluetooth headset with integrated mic work properly on Windows 10, as the audio quality on the provided Microsoft stack was terrible and the mic volume was very low, even boosting it to the max in the audio configurations. Isn’t there any way to manually force installing the Logitech driver? How to reset the computer to start as usual after troubleshooting with clean boot of the Kb article to boot the computer in normal startup after fixing the issue. These are the only two generic options I get when trying to manually select the driver:
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If you have not already, you need to download the driver from the Logitech driver download page and install. Thanks for your assistance so far. Please help us G Users!!
Replied on July 16, This thread is locked. I reinstalled Windows the last time because I read in another forum that Windows 10 version recognized the Logitech headset correctly, as it did before these upgrades.
CarloFragni Replied on July 24, These are the only two generic options I get when trying to manually select the driver: We’re just a post away should you have further concerns. Select Advanced optionsthen Startup Settings.
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This site in other languages x. In reply to CarloFragni’s post on July 24, I had this headset working last week, using the official Logitech Windows 10 driver it is compatible and Fevice 10 supported according to Logitech and I already had the same problem before Windows 10 version.
Tell us about your experience with our site. Kudos for Logitech as they did provide me a great solution and great customer experience, even if the problem wasn’t exactly their fault. CarloFragni Created on July 11, Already tried rolling back the update, didn’t work too. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply wvnera this thread.
Just to clarify, is your device working before you have reinstalled Windows using an installation media? To make sure that you’re not experiencing an account specific issue, kindly create another administrator account and observe if the issue will still be present. I tried in multiple ways to point Windows to the directory of Logitech Gaming Software that contains the correct driver but all failed, Windows either drvice no drivers are available in the directory or states that the selected driver is not compatible with the device ddvice x64 Windows although I had it working perfectly before the last automatic updates, after installing Window 10 version CarloFragni Replied on September 15, I just avneea updating to Windows 10 versionstill no success.
Zvnera can also consider running the following scans to repair missing or corrupted system files as there may be files corrupted after reinstalling your Windows:. BossDweeb Replied on July 24, How to temporarily prevent a Windows or driver update from reinstalling aduio Windows For the Logitech G there is nothing like a “single Driver” which you are probably used to.
Either way I should be able to solve the problem if anyone provides me a way to remove all driver protections and checks, allowing me to manually force Windows to install the driver provided by Logitech. I had a few games that stopped recognising the wheel on Win10 was dual booting Win7 to fix prior to and they are all good again as well. Windows still won’t allow me to select the correct driver manually or automatically detect the correct driver I just spent about an hour deleting LGS, the AVNERA audio device, removing the USB headset, rebooting, reinstalling LGS and reinserting the Logitech G usb dongle in multiple different combinations and orders.
Sorry this didn’t help. At the time the only thing that worked was literally reinstalling Windows using a newer image that already included the update, since my PC would try to automatically update tofail updating and roll back to the previous version every couple of days.
Need to manually specify driver for USB headset
When I plug it to my Windows 10 PC it is recognized as an “Avnera audio device” and I cannot manually override this using the “let me avner from a list of device drivers on my computer” option in the update driver dialog as it won’t list all available drivers.
Did this solve your problem? Isn’t there any way to manually force installing the Logitech driver? In the meantime, let’s start troubleshooting the issue you’re experiencing. Here’s how to set your PC in Safe Mode: