Uninstalling NVDA won't fix this, because it doesn't delete the user configuration.
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The easiest way to fix this is:
1. Press Windows+r to bring up the Run dialog.
2. Type: %appdata%\nvda
3. Press enter.
4. Find nvda.ini and delete it.
This won't remove your addons, just the configuration file which tells NVDA which synthesizer is currently active.
On 5/24/2017 10:38 AM, George McDermith - CDLE wrote:
I am an adaptive technology instructor in Colorado, and
am attempting to use NVDA to meet client needs.
While attempting to demonstrate NVDA on a PC with
multiple accounts I was changing the built in voices and received an
error message saying I needed to enter a password in order to use the
True Voice selected. The dialog box continued to reappear despite trying
to dismiss it, and NVDA was subsequently unresponsive. I have attempted
removing NVDA from all the accounts on the computer, reinstalling it
from the web site, and I continue to get the same error message.
Anyone have any work arounds or ideas? My thanks for the
Adaptive Technology Specialist
2211 West Evans Avenue Bldg A
Denver, CO 80223
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