[access-uk] Re: Serious problem with JAWS

  • From: Moti Azrad <motia@xxxxxxx>
  • To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 24 Nov 2005 20:57:17 +0200

Hi Donna,

Do you have another version of Jaws? 
As, Jaws 6.2 or 5 or other, if yes, how does that other version of Jaws work?
It can give you a good indication to know if the problem is of your system or 
only your specific Jaws version?
So let us know, what is going on?



Moti Azrad
Musician & Piano-Tuner
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Donna Waring 
  To: Access-UK 
  Sent: Thursday, November 24, 2005 4:21 PM
  Subject: [access-uk] Serious problem with JAWS

  Hi List, I'm at my wit's end to know what to do!  I'm having a serious 
  problem with JAWS.

  Quite often, JAWS is repeating a word or phrase and not stopping.  Even if I 
  press control or alt f4, it still carries on, and the only way I can stop it 
  is to do a complete re-boot.

  I phoned Triss at Sight and Sound and he was really helpful and advised me 
  to go through the systems settings for JAWS for Windows XP which I did.  I 
  run Service pack 2 by the way.

  However, this has made no difference.  I've done a repair, and also a 
  complete re-install of JAWS 7 and the same thing has happened.

  I can't help thinking that this problem wasn't there before they put in my 
  new hard drive.  I know they updated the mother board bios for me, but I 
  just can't think how to stop this problem from occurring and what it could 
  be.  Has anyone else ever had this with JAWS?  This is the first time I've 
  ever encountered such a problem, and it can't do my computer any good to 
  keep re-booting all the time.


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