i would say.
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if the condition has gone so far that you cant even run nvda properly
its time to reload windows or restore from an image.
you may be able to patch the wound but there may be others which may
show up once you patch this one.
i would not waste time on reg backup restores and all
On 10/31/17, Gene New Zealand <email@example.com> wrote:
Not sure but up on my nvda audio tutorials page under trouble shooting try
the fix for the unknown issue It will have to be typed in exactly the way it
is on the page. it might fix your issue as it registers a few files that are
needed. If you are lucky it might fix your problem.
there is a link in this email to my website. I know it does it for certain
files that are needed by nvda.
On 10/31/2017 10:25 AM, The Wolf wrote:
Hello I reregistered the dlls and tried to get nvda up and running still
I can't do a system restore I forgot I turned it off a long time ago
can any one suggest anything else?
I don't want to reload windows unless I have to
really need to get this issue resolved
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