You probably registered them. But what I've
heard, and it may or may not be true, is that they may need registration again
if you don't use them for a certain amount of time, perhaps a month, perhaps
more, I don't recall. Whatever the case, you now know how to get out of
the problem if it occurs and you can register the voices again for free.
You may want to ask Code Factory when the voices may need reregistration.
Why are you so quick to give up on something you paid for and want? Many
people have successfully dealt with the problem.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, April 06, 2019 2:32 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] SAPI5 crashing NVDA
Thanks Tyler, this is really helpful. The thing is, I thought I
had registered my coat factory voices. I don’t know why they suddenly forgot
this. But I think I’m going to uninstall the whole thing… What a waste of
> On Apr 6, 2019, at 2:19 PM, Tyler Spivey <tspivey@...
> I think the CodeFactory voices say that, at least the sapi ones.
Uninstall that, or complain to them but it won't do much good.
obvious thing they could've done is say please register along with your text.
That would have been annoying enough to get people to register, but not kill
your ability to fix it in the process.
> For future reference, press
control+NVDA+s, w, enter to switch back to OneCore.
4/6/2019 11:01 AM, Sile via Groups.Io wrote:
have SAPI voices installed on my windows 10 machine as well as Windows 10 core
voices and code factory voices. I am not using a SAPI voice but
occasionally when I start up my machine SAPI 5 will take ove and say 'please
register this product' when I type any key. I usually have to get sighted
assistance to navigate back to the NVDA menu and switch to another
>> Has anyone else had this happen? MOre importantly, how
can I uninstall SAPI 5 voices altogether? I had a microsoft specialist
remotely log in to my machine and he was not able to advise me as to how to do
>> I would say this problem happens about every three