Try it with Narrator.
Sometimes it works well for these
It is no NVDA, but it does help some
Well, I had to do the
same thing on Thursday.
You are correct that
NVDA reads the beginning of the recovery wizard.
You can accessibly get
to the recovery wizard and go through the steps to point
where you start the recovery process thereafter, NVDA only
reads the Cancel button. Using Objective Nav or any other
methods does not read anything on the screen. Even when
dialogs come up, they are not read.
When doing my recovery
disk, I was asked to insert a 16GB memory stick which I did
but, this was insufficient. I got an error and had to get
sighted assistance to realise that a dialog was on the
Once I ran through the
process once more, I inserted a 32 GB memory stick, the
process completed but, NVDA did not read the success message
and I had to use object nav to eventually find the “finish”
button to dismiss the dialog. This is not accessible.
I decided I needed to create a fresh
recovery drive. I discovered that NVDA speaks the buttons
but nothing else. Has anyone else seen this? Is this an
NVDA issue or a windows system issue?
Dan Beaver (KA4DAN)