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So I don't understand this if I restart my computer with my headset plugged in the computer says I have no boot drive or something. Now if I unplug the headset it boots into windows no problem. Anyone have any idea why this would be happening seems really odd to me.
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So I don't understand this if I restart my computer with my headset plugged in the computer says I have no boot drive or something. Now if I unplug the headset it boots into windows no problem. Anyone have any idea why this would be happening seems really odd to me.
The headset works when windows is loaded? Usb headset? I know some people have front I/O grounding issues with certain cases.
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front I/O is where the headset is plugged in and no it is not USB. It works fine in windows use it every day I just have to unplug it to reboot or anything where I leave windows.
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front I/O is where the headset is plugged in and no it is not USB. It works fine in windows use it every day I just have to unplug it to reboot or anything where I leave windows.
Do you have another headset handy to see if the same issue occurs? Has you computer ever restarted from touching near the front I/O?
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Yea I will try another headset. No I have never had it just restart by touching the case or anything ever.
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Yea I will try another headset. No I have never had it just restart by touching the case or anything ever.
Yeah, i have read about a number of cases with a ground issue with some cooler master cases and the front I/O, specifically cm690II but didn't know if it was affecting the 932 or not and having that plugged in was causing a bad grounding.
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That is very strange. It sounds like it maaaybe could be a grounding issue with the front panel I/O and/or SSD, HDD. Also, greetings from a few towns over
    
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