[vip_students] Re: windows 7 problems

  • From: <vts@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <vip_students@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 29 Apr 2010 10:53:24 +0100

hello paul

it was a sighted person that installed jaws 11. i was ther and we followed all the nessary steps and done a typical jaws install. as i said when nortons was installed it would not read the dialog screen i then uninstalled it and i could read it and then when i installed avast 5 i could not read it again. its ok for the moment i can manage it anyway. if you could tell me about spam fighter it would be great. i have downloaded it and installed it but it does not show in my windows live mail. i read through there web page again and it says that it is compatable with windows 7 but further down the page it only says windows mail 32bit and nothing about windows live mail 64bit which i am using. can you advise please.

From: "Paul J. Traynor (NCBI)" <paul.traynor@xxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, April 28, 2010 9:04 AM
To: <vip_students@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [vip_students] Re: windows 7 problems

Hi Vincent,

Really there is little configuration to be done when it comes to jaws and
windows 7. As for jaws not reading the UAC screen, if this is a program you know to be safe that you are installing, simply pressing the key combination of "alt + Y" for yes to allow or "alt + N" for no if you wish not to install this software. Why jaws is not reading the screen, well what version of jaws do you have and who installed jaws, was it yourself?, a friend or whatever.
Why I ask is that sometimes sighted people just don't follow the correct
line of instruction when installing the types of software we use.


-----Original Message-----
From: vip_students-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:vip_students-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of vincent stack
Sent: 27 April 2010 17:23
To: vip_students@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [vip_students] windows 7 problems

hello Paul and others

well I am finally getting rid of vista as I have had enough with it and
jaws not reading stuff for me on it. so I got a windows 7 laptop.    if
someone has instructions to set it up for jaws it would be great.the first problem I found is when trying to install a program like spam fighter or any
other program  when the dialog box comes up  asking do I want to continue
with the installation jaws will not read out the dialog box nor can I tab
around the box to the options. when I uninstalled nortons antivirus I was
able to read and tab around this box.  can someone suggest something for
this.  I now installed avast and the same problem is back again. second
avast. I installed avast 5.0 I remember Paul saying he was going to check
this out to see if it was accessible. is it. if not can I get the download
link for avast 4.0.  and last I installed spam fighter  but do not see the
folder for it in my windows live mail. and don't know where it is gone. any
suggestions for this would be grateful. many thanks in advance.


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