Re: a possible solution maybe?

Hmmm. Well, I'm not using adobe addition 1.0 to record any audio, but I'm 
not having a single sluggishness issue. Not a single solitary one.  It's 
also strange that *so* many people have problems after a murge from one 
version to another, yet in all the time that the murge utility has been 
made available to us I've used it and never had a single issue with regard 
to slow action from the keyboard or speech being sluggish, accept when 
doing rather large edits in sound forge and that's been an issue from the 
very beginning.  That program is a bit of a resource hog, so I can 
understand that happening.   It sounds like a complete re-install and a 
copy of your settings manually from a previous version might be what you 
need to do.  Also, make sure that your resources are at a good level for 
JAWS to perform.  Go to MS Config and go to the startup tab and remove any 
programs you don't want to start up. Note that there are some things with 
windows that you should *not* take out because they're critical windows 
components. The rule is, if you don't know what it is, don't take it out of 
startup.
Hope this helps.



At 12:11 AM 12/22/2004, you wrote:
>Hi,
>
>     I merged my settings from JAWS 5.1 to JAWS 6.  I found that repair of
>JAWS version 6 seems not to be possible because when I click on the
>installation maintenance button, the run time version of JAWS comes up and
>says, "Your 40 minute mode has expired.".  Then, JAWS locks up.  I have to
>reset the machine or else launch JAWS 5.1 to do anything after that.  This
>is what I just sent to their tech support:
>
>"Dear Tracey,
>     With regard to the JAWS repair not being possible, I just realize I
>didn't let you know something vitally important.  I merged my JAWS version 6
>with
>the settings I was using in JAWS 5.1.  I have just heard from some members
>on the JFW list that this could well be an issue with the sluggishness I'm
>experiencing
>on the keyboard as well as the fact that when I record audio with Adobe
>Audition 1.0 using JAWS version 6, the audio skips badly, but when using
>JAWS version
>5.1 with the same program, the audio does not skip.  Could it be that I
>should just re install JAWS 6 manually configuring all settings by hand and
>just
>copy only my dictionary files to the proper place?
>I suspect this might help with the msn issue as well.
>Thanks.
>"
>
>Do any of y'all have any thoughts on this?
>
>Thanks.
>
>Sincerely Yours,
>
>The Constantly BAREFOOTED
>Ray
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