I'm using an Acer Nitro 5,with, 64x Windows 10 version 1909 and I don't think that I've done anything to have caused this problem, but when I open up audio devices, my headset is being labelled 'computer speakers' there are other options for playback devices, however they not the headset, and with computer speakers enabled as the audio/default audio device, my headset still had audio going through it, and if I unplug the headset, the audio comes out of the computer's actual speakers. My headset is the Corsair HS50. I do use a different mic, however if I want to move my laptop for whatever reason, it's difficult to bring the mic with me, so I would like to go back to using my headset mic, however that doesn't appear in recording devices, only stereo mix and the laptop's built in mic. I could resort to the laptop's mic, however it just doesn't sound good, for my voice to be picked up properly, I have to be really close to the mic, and the wind from my airconditioner blows into the mic. I've tried looking in device manager to try to scan for updates to the driver, and only the driver mainly related to my computer speakers shows up, and no updates are available. I've tried as much as possible, and still no result.