[access-uk] Re: How do you wake up a silent computer?\

Ray, you said there are all other system sounds. Everything but Jaws?

Peter


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Kevin thanks.  I guess the trouble is though that if the 
soundcard/volume settings are mucked up then Narator won't be 
heard either.  Unless narator does a check on loading.
Ray

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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "kevin and emma" <kream@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
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Sent: Monday, February 28, 2005 7:32 PM
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hi ray, only thing i can think of is to use narator as a 
temporary solution
to check the sound settings. windows key +u should load narator 
in winXP
home.
kevin - co-owner/moderator of the blind gamers discussion list.
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Sent: Monday, February 28, 2005 6:03 PM
Subject: [access-uk] How do you wake up a silent computer?\


> Hi list.
>
> A friend, the same one who had to ddowngrade to Windows XP home
> to use JAWS standard and who needed help with BT interenet, has
> had another problem, and not just once.  The speech and sound
> from his computer have just vanished!
>
> He's totaly blind so its very hard to tell him what he might do
> to get the PC up and talking again.  So, folks, how do you get
> sound back when it vanishes?
>
> No, the speakers are connected and OK, the volume is turned up.
> There's just no sound.  I think it is the mixer volume controls
> being altered, most likely a mute setting.  So, is there a
> command, or some sort of script file that stands a good chance 
> of
> recovering lost sound?  Such a thing ought to be possible to
> help, at least in some cases.  Any thoughts?
> Ray
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