Re: NVDA won't install on win10
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One way I have used in the past is to use a registry entry hack to have your sound drivers come up in “safe mode”. When I had to then go in to “safe mode” I could use NVDA. I have not tested this on Windows 10 yet.
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Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDA won't install on win10
Good you got it fixed. What a pain in the but you had to get a sighted person to help you get it out of safe mode. I wished Microsoft created some sort of talking softwear to get us out. That’s if you can’t get a sighted person to help. If you live with one or have access to someone who can help. Great. Some of us blind folk may not be as fortunate to have a sighted person near.
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Thanks to all who offered suggestions. I got the machine fixed. It was
in s mode, the narrator on it wasn't speaking well at all so I
borrowed a pair of eyes, got it out of s mode, and then was able to do
an NVDA install. After that an update from 1803 to 1909 and the
machine was humming along much better.
On 5/8/20, Richard Wells <richwels@...> wrote:
> Your Windows 10 machine is in what is called S Mode. You will need to go
> to the Windows App Store to change this.
> On 5/8/2020 2:56 PM, David Mehler wrote:
>> I've got a win10 1803 laptop that is not accepting me trying to run
>> NVDA portable from a thumb drive, keeps saying I can only install apps
>> from the microsoft store, I have never seen a setting that will not
>> allow an NVDA install. How do I fix this?