Dell has a file that lets you install a control panel so you can pair up to 6 wireless components to your computer this is especially goof if you have lost your dongle, I downloaded this file myself tonight an easily installed a new dongle that I got from eBay seller, and also they can be found on amazon
If like my old set it came as a set in one box it is more than likely possible for you to download a software dongle that will allow you to use the one that you have left for your mouse or keyboard. They have extremely close if not almost the same frequency that they send and receive data through and from your pc. Although you will only be able to use one at a time and use the program to switch between the two accessories.
Dell has a file that lets you install a control panel so you can pair up to 6 wireless components to your computer this is especially good if you have lost your dongle, I downloaded this file myself tonight an easily installed a new DELL dongle that I got from eBay seller, and also they can be found on amazon
Accessing the Device Manager.Expand the Sound, video and game controllers dropdown menu and right-click your headset mic. Click Properties.Going into the mic Properties.Select the Driver tab and click Update Driver.Updating the mic driver.Click Search automatically for drivers. It will now scan for any updated drivers.Allowing Windows to automatically search for updated drivers.If there were no driver updates, click Uninstall Device instead. This will remove the existing drivers. Then, unplug/disconnect your headset and connect it again to force the drivers to download again.Uninstall the drivers to force them to re-install again.Run the troubleshooterWindows, by default, includes an array of different troubleshooters designed to target and fix different problems. One such troubleshooter is the Speech troubleshooter. This troubleshooter will scan for any problems that are preventing your mic from working with Windows and fix them. 1e1e36bf2d