Yes, they definitely work with windows 10. The index basic S embossers we supply come with a parallel to USB cable that has been fully tested for compatibility. Please avoid buying cheap ones from amazon as they do not work. We supply cables recommended by techno-vision. You will also need braille translation software of some sort such as duxbury. Again, we are a duxbury reseller and we would be more than happy to supply the software and training you need. The documents I sent you have all been printed using windows 10.
Very best wishes,
On 27/12/2018 17:23, George Bell wrote:
Absolutely no problem, although you will need to hope your piggy-bank has a few
pennies in it 😊
You will need what is known as a USB to Parallel adaptor cable. However, be
aware that not all such cables work, but if you give us a call in the New Year,
Kevin, our engineer, can tell you which one to get.
Cost generally is under £15.
George W. F. Bell
Techno-Vision Systems Ltd
76 Bunting Road Ind. Est.
Tel: +44 (0) 160 479 2777
Fax: +44 (0) 160 479 2726
From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> On Behalf Of Claire
Sent: 27 December 2018 17:07
To: BCAB <bcab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [access-uk] Using an Index embosser with Windows 10
Hi all, I am sending this question out to a few lists in one go as I want to
make sure I ask in as many places as possible, so hope you can help. Does
anyone know if the Index basic s embosser can be configured to work with
Windows 10 at all? I know this is a really old embosser, but I'm just wondering
if there is anything that can be done at all to configure it for use with
Windows 10 and Jaws and NVDA. If this can be done, how easy or difficult is
this to do?
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