Re: Can one re register all dlls in the windows folders safely?

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The sounds have not actually changed, but of course if you played with them, then some may well be still there.
I have only the old ones.
Yes that message about delete from just this device etc, is sometimes irritating but its not the whole story. The question is, can you use the prefs and share on the context menu of explorer?
Prefs from the icon and share from the application menu in explorer.
You are using windows 10, but I am on 7. However I have had messages from 7 users off list saying they cannot see any issues with these dialogues, and of course log in used to work as it could no have been originally installed and set up without it.
Also after the log in with sighted help on Tuesday, there appears to be a rudimentary browser launched. this does not read one supposes due to it not being seen as a system that virtual buffers are created for.
I seem to remember this was always a problem in Dropbox, so its all very odd.
Dropbox got back to me saying nothing has been changed in the dialogues, so it must be my end.
All roads seem to lead back to Windows.
I am not reinstalling windows though. That is silly.

There is a video on line on youtube where the guy explains how to reregister all dll files but since he is using video there is a heck of a lot of like this and you need to type in exactly what you see on the screen here, including the funny arrow thing. Not a great deal of help!

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----- Original Message -----
From: "Gene New Zealand" <>
To: <>
Sent: Thursday, July 05, 2018 12:45 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Can one re register all dlls in the windows folders safely?

Hi Brian

With a restart of the master snap shot now it reads that message. but
before it did not..

But i am wondering when you get the message that comes up for user
statistics it seems like if it crashes there you get some weird results
after that.

if it does not have a little crash then NVDA works aalright after that.

When i did a update to the next snapshot it was alright.

Weird one.

Another thing i just notice just then is when i start up the master snap
shot i am getting the old nvda sounds and seems like new ones just after
it i think it is the same when i shut it down.

Gene nz

7/5/2018 7:39 AM, Brian's Mail list account via Groups.Io wrote:
I don't know how to do it, but I did hear a guy on a video doing it
but he seemed to have to back them all up first and unfortunately as
you can see here is not best for a blindy.

If it can be done safely, is there a tool for this I can use? Remember
I do not want to change any, I've already run sfc /scannow and had to
reinstall the email software afterwards. I'm assuming this does not
check if the dlls are registered.
The whole idea is of course to attempt to get nvda to see the dropbox
dialogues. I'm running out of options here and yes I have run the
file register utility in nvda with no sign of any improvements.
If I can do this safely, and that does not cure the issue, I'm open to
suggestions except installing windows 10 on this machine. I have
reasons for not doing it which are too complex to explain.
Thanks I await the experts to inform me what to do. I could not find
much on Microsoft's site, maybe I'm looking for the wrong thing!

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