quote from: Ispeirs
From the manufacturers FAQ...
MY BLUE USB MIC IS BEING RECOGNIZED AS A GENERIC DEVICE (I.E. "ADVANCED AUDIO DEVICE", "UACJFSFDFSDFF", ETC)
You may be dealing with what we call a “ghost microphone”. We're not entirely sure what causes this to occur, but it’s a malfunction of the digital identification of the mic causing it to be recognized generically. It’s like a mic with no fingerprints. Because of this, your operating system has no way to identify what it’s working with. To correct the problem, you will, unfortunately, have to contact the USB support team for warranty service by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.