I've been using Debian Stable (Lenny, 5.0.3 as of writing,) for a while now and everything seems to be working a treat. But I have a niggling issue with a Logitech Quickcam Pro 9000 that follows me whatever distribution I use: Sometimes, seemingly randomly, the system will take the webcam's microphone as the default audio output device.
It wouldn't be so bad, but the whole family use the computer and often times I am called into action to 'fix the sound.' The sound works, it's just bumped to device 1 instead of device 0 it should take.
Any help is appreciated. I am afraid my knowledge of running Linux, modules, etc is limit, so please forgive me.
Is there a proper way to diagnose the problem, and fix it? I've Googled a lot, many have the same problem, but I haven't seen the solution yet.
Thanks for any help or advice you may have.EDIT:
Should have mentioned I am running 64 bit as well, but the issue seems to be unrelated to architecture.