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Which setting? If it's the NVDA Braille settings, you don't find Pac Mate, but Freedom Scientific.
Il 09/03/2017 03:10, Pauline Smith ha scritto:
I'm glad you are able to use your display with Win 10. The display I'm borrowoing is also a Pac Mate one. It still doesn't show up. Wonder if I missed something in the settings.
On 3/8/2017 4:06 AM, Mallard wrote:
I'm usinga PacMate 40 display from Freedom Scientific, and had no problems upgrading to Windows 10.
I have the driver in my Dropbox, should anyone need it.
Ask, and I'll shaer the link.
Il 08/03/2017 04:26, Gene ha scritto:
From what I've heard about Windows 10, it is more picky about drivers than earlier versions of Windows. I'm not a tech and I may be wrong, but I doubt there is a basis to say that Windows 8 or 8.1 drivers should work in theory.
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Maybe there are spaciffic drivers for win10 if not win8 or 8.1 drivers
should work in theory.
On 8/03/2017 3:58 p.m., Pauline Smith wrote:
Since the upgrade to Windows 10, I haven't been able to use the
with the FS braill display I am borrowing. I uninstalled andThings
reinstalled the display drivers and checked the setting under
Preferences/Braille Settings, then chose the appropriate display.
still are not working. did I miss something?