Re: JAWS not reading when it is suppose to

If someone was using your computer could it be that your screen resolution
settings have been changed. This happened to a friend of mine a couple of
weeks ago & her Jaws stopped speaking. When she changed her screen
resolution back to that recommended by F.S. everything worked fine again.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Beto Escobar III" <betoescobar3@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "JFW List Serve" <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, June 08, 2004 1:29 AM
Subject: JAWS not reading when it is suppose to


> Thanks Everyone for responding-- 
> ** Steve, "Yes", I do have sound at start-up, and as a result I know for
sure it is not the soundcard.  I've put in nothing new in my system other
than whatever the update to JAWS is.
>
> **  Let me take a look and tell you specifically what version I am
using...  Okay, all of you are correct, the version is 5.00.621 rather than
5.1.
>
> **  The OS is Windows 2000 Professional with **all** of the updates given
at the Microsoft website.
>
> **  I am using all of the default setting which come standard in every
piece of software I have copied onto my Hard Drive.
>
> The only information I can give other than what is expressed above is that
I left the PC on one day while I was out of my home running errands.  When I
came back home, I new that someone was on my PC because the homepage of my
I.E. was not my default Google.
>
> Oh, one last thing, "Yes", I've attempted to use Norton System's Go Back,
but it was unable to go back far enough to a point in time prior too this
incident occurring.  It is unfortunate I did not even think about using the
Norton Go Back until about three days later than when, as I mentioned above,
the incident occurred.
>
> Thanks everyone for responding-- 
>
> Beto Escobar III, LMSW
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