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After a Windows update at some point before September, I had the issue that if it updated, my Microphone would stop functioning. However, if I didn't update, Apps wouldn't function. I much preferred having a microphone, as I use it quite often to play games and such. The issue is; I can't revert the windows update that *caused* the problem, as Windows 10 for some reason decided "You can't reverse updates before September now" on a whim, and I can't prevent updates either, so it just forced me to accept I now have a microphone that works just fine, but Windows just refuses to register any incoming noise from it. I've got zero idea why it doesn't pick up anything, as it's been an issue with two different headsets now, and the microphones work just fine on their own. I know this for sure, as the headsets both have "Sidetone" that plays my voice back into the headset to prevent speaking loudly, and that absolutely works just fine on both headsets I've used. The only issue there really is, appears to me to be Windows being stubborn about it, with no real idea why it would be. I hope someone is able to help me out, because I've tried reinstalling Logitech G HUB, completely removing registry for Logitech Gaming Software from the previous headset, and trying to plug it out and back in in several different ways, all to no use.
Hi, I would like advice on whether the notification from windows defender is a false positive and what should be done. As the title says, I detect win32/dynamer!ac upon plugging in my microphone (which I use for playing games). Microphone model is bought from Valore, a store in Singapore, a TP6920. Also, it sometimes works and on other times, it doesn't. I would really appreciate any help on this topic, thanks so much!