Re: nvda in safe mode
The radio programming data are kept in antoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
off-system box. It's the radio. You connect a USB cable from
the programming socket on the radio to the usb port and tell the
programming software to "read" and voila, you've got a new
configuration. You then type Alt+f and click "save". That's the
standard Windows file utility and it saves to whatever you named
I am kind of surprised you mentioned Linux because that
is exactly what I had in mind if everything else fails to pan
Most Linux distributions these days are accessible such
as ubuntu and debian as well as talking arch, etc. The speech
synthesizer is called speakup and used to also be the voice of
nvda, for better or worse.
The PC I tried to murder is new as of last February 9 so
if a CDROM of Linux doesn't work, a bootable thumb drive just
I wasn't going to talk about that because that is even
further afield but that is also potentially dangerous and I don't
advise anyone to try this as their first unix experience.
FAT32 file systems mount properly under unix and if all
you do is copy files, that will work. When you have a FAT32
system mounted in unix, the rules for case, file naming and other
behaviors are pure FAT32, not unix. In unix, splat.exe,
Splat.exe, SPLAT.exe SpLAT.EXE and any other combination of case
refer to 5 different files. I believe in Windows, if you did
that, they'd all overwrite each other so the last one is the
only one that survives.
Anyway, thanks to all and I'll take this to the win10 list when I
get signed up.
Thanks to all for your patience and for good discussion.
I'm also going to order that Seagate backup server for
my Mac and this PC. I just got careless and here we are.
I will let everybody know how I recovered the files when
"Oriana" <@orineu> writes: