Re: video intercept error

Thank you VERY much for that VALUABLE set of instructions.
Paul
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "curmudgeon" <one2three4five6@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, June 10, 2005 5:59 AM
Subject: Re: video intercept error


> narrator and video intercept
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> using nnarrator  to reset the video intercept
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> narrator is not jaws
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> its, slower and  more garbled
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> so, give it more time when you execute a command
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> remember, give it more time when you execute a command
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> 1press the windows key and the letter u, at the same time
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> wait for it to load
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> 2press the windows key, the start menu
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> 3press p, for programs
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> 4press the letter j, for the most current version of jaws on computer
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> 5press right arrow
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> 6press down arrow, to tools sub menu
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> 7press right arrow then down arrow to video intercept manager and press
> enter
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> 8tab to one of three radio buttons
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> 9down arrow to install video intercept radio button
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> 10tab to execute press the spacebar to activate it
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> 11restart your computer
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> 12windows key, then the letter u, for shut down then the letter r for
> restart
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> if successful
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> when your  computer restarts
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> calm down calm down wait for every thing to load
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> jaws and narrator will both be talking
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> to kill narrator
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> hit escape
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> then tab to a exit button for narrator press the spacebar
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> if when tabbing you don't hear a exit button
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> then alt tab and try again  to tab to the exit button
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> and say bye bye to narrator
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> if what has been suggested above
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> doesn't work,
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> try using narrator to navigate to installation maintenance
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> and reinstall jaws
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> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Francis Daniels" <fdaniels@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Thursday, June 09, 2005 8:22 PM
> Subject: Re: video intercept error
>
>
> Hi all,
> I too am learning about video intercept error dialog boxes.  It happened 
> to
> a co-worker today and on my wife's machine at home.  Both have never used
> Narrator to get around JAWS not loading and to find out what was there. 
> The
> co-worker issue was compounded by my not knowing what to do and thinking
> that she should do a system restore.  Is this correct?  Was it due to a
> video driver update and that JAWS didn't know how to handle it, thus the
> video intercept error?  Sigh.  So much to know on these things.
>
> Francis
>
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