I use it, but I have it set up to run automatically. I haven't yet run into any problems ( smiling smugly ), but when the scan is over I turn the jaws curser on and at the top of that screen you will find the instructions of what to do with any thing wrong that the scan found. For example it will say something like 3. fix ( now that number probably is wrong ), but you should get the idea. Hope this is of some help.
----- Original Message ----- From: "Jean Menzies" <jemenzies@xxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, December 14, 2005 1:41 PM
Subject: Microsoft Antispyware
Running Windows XP home and Jaws 7. Has anyone figured out how to use the Microsoft AntiSpyware? When I initiate a scan, it asks me to confirm scan settings and then press the run scan button again. I can't find it with the Jaws cursor. I did manage to finally get it to run, but it stopped after five minutes with a questionable file and wanted me to confirm the recommended action. I couldn't identify any buttons or checkboxes with the Jaws cursor to do this.
Has anyone found a way of handling this little Microsoft beta utility?
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