Re: Installing windows 10 with A Portable copy of NVDA

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To be honest I'd shove in a borrowed full keyboard at least to start with. I've not installed win 10 forom scratch, or do you mean to updat it? I ythink at some point you have to rely on narrator for a bit, but I'd say why not install nvda on it beforehand and just not have it auto run?
At least then it will work on protected screens when windows boots up, the portable version cannot do this.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Helga Schreiber" <>
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Sent: Tuesday, July 12, 2016 12:52 AM
Subject: [nvda] Installing windows 10 with A Portable copy of NVDA

Hi all! How are you all? I just wanted to ask you,is it possible to install windows 10 with a portable copy of NVDA? I have the portable copy on my USV drive or thunmb drive. If so, waht are the steps in doing so? I'm jus wondering since I want to do this in a laptop computer that does not have an screen reader on it and it does not have the nonpad number keys. And I have another question, I want to use the NVDA key, which is the insert key, but since this computer does not have a nonpad where I can use it, how can I make the caps lock key to act as the NVDA key or insert key? I look forward in hering from you soon with any suggestions! regarding this matter. Thanks so much and God bless! regarding this matter!

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