Can you type nvda -r in the run dialogue and
restart tyat way? Then pull up a old log file and set the
text to the list?
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On 9 May 2019, at 10:57, Jackie wrote:
Well, ahem. That didn't work for me either.
On 5/9/19, Brice Mijares bricemijares@... wrote:
I realized I forgot to mention the alt key.
Also, it don't allays work.
On 5/9/2019 10:36 AM, Jackie wrote:
That certainly was ineffective when I
attempted it. You really meant
NVDA key + n, Bryce?
On 5/9/19, Brice Mijares bricemijares@...
This also happens to me maybe once a
week. Usually holding down the
NVDA key and tapping the letter N twice will reboot
NVDA. H T H.
On 5/9/2019 10:04 AM, Roger Stewart
I've been noticing that somewhat often
now, whenever I boot up my
computer, nvda comes on, but all its hotkeys are
dead. I can't even use
nvda q to try to restart it. I have a P View
utility that shows all
processes running and can offer to stop any of
them. I can then stop
NVDA and then start it with its normal hotkey and
then all is good.
is the only way I can get it going correctly aside
from a total reboot.
This has happened 3 times over the past week.
Does anyone know what
causes this and is there any better way of getting
out of this?
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