[bactttoma] Re: accessible recovery software recommendations

  • From: taylor family <steven_taylor10@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: bactttoma@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 7 May 2010 12:31:32 +1000

From Steven Taylor.

Marvin, Marvin, Marvin.

Please, please, please  do not take what I am saying as any personal attack or 
flame please, please please.

As this topic has been  thoroughly discussed on many lists, and as  this topic 
has been thoroughly discussed on many occasions, most of which I am  most 
definitely certain you are  also  fully aware of, this type of  what is 
generally speaking classified as being specialists software is absolutely, yes, 
repeat absolutely, and again, most definitely, repeat, most definitely 
completely, again repeat completely and totally inaccessible for people who are 
blind, and again, I repeat, for the absolutely vast and overwhelming majority 
of  most sighted computer users.

Unless, and again, I repeat, unless you happen to be a specialist and a 
professional and have a mountain of computer experience as a sighted computer 
technical expert, again, I repeat professional and specialist sighted technical 

Marvin, this is why the process is expensive, it is a hard process, just talk 
to a couple of professional specialist technical people and you will discover 
just how hard it is even for them to complete this process.

Now given this is a professional and a specialist area, do any of us honestly 
think that these people are going to write up what you and I would classify as 
being a screen reader and more importantly user friendly  and yes accessible 
software program.

Even the so called most user friendly versions would bewilled the blind user, 
simply because of the process involved.

I am not going to speak about the process involved, I have learnt my lesson the 
hard way, I don't want to lead people down the garden path with inaccurate 
information, and therefore, I absolutely, and yes highly, and yes strongly, 
most certainly and most definitely recommend you should absolutely seek more 
appropriate and definitely professional and specialist technical advice.

Marvin, by all means  please feel free to tell this list what the experts tell 
you but please be sure you get their words correct please.

Again, let me make this totally clear, this is not any attempt to stop this 
topic being discussed on this list, but a more appropriate way of discussing it 
would be to do and get hold of thoroughly researched and written information 
explaining the actual process, but also keeping in mind, most people will not 
understand some of the technical aspects or terms involved in the process.

If somebody wants to do this research, I can't at this point of time, I am 
dealing with much more important things, and I am sorry if this sounds selfish, 
then yes even I would appreciate knowing something about the process even if I 
don't understand all the details in the process.

I look forward to seeing and reading this research and again please feel free 
to post it here to the list.

Steven taylor.

On 08/05/2010, at 4:33 AM, Marvin Hunkin wrote:

> hi.
> does any one know of any good accessible recovery software that can recover 
> files from a damaged hard disk.
> had a corrupted hard disk.
> too many system restores.
> and had to recover my toshiba laptop back to factory default.
> thus wiping the drive.
> and did not have a external hard disk.
> got one now.
> so wondering.
> do you know of any good accessible recovery software that can recover files.
> need a free copy.
> using windows vista home premium, jaws 11 standard.
> marvin.

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