Re: NVDA Stopped Speaking

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Its awfully easy on some laptops to mute sound. What you need to find out is if the system sound still works or not, if not then somebody needs to find the key combination to unmute it and this very much depends on the model.
If its nvda itself, then yes, you could try what the previous person said, and it should come back. What I tend to do these days on new machines is set up aportable copy in another folder and make a shortcut to the nvda.exe file in that folder. Place this on the desktop and add a key sequence such as right alt/x or something so when or if you screw up your installed copy you can just do the right alt and x and at least get the alternate copy running.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Salva Doménech Miguel via" <>
To: <>
Sent: Saturday, August 27, 2016 1:07 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDA Stopped Speaking

If I understood good, you've installed NVDA but the voice is silent. I think
you could try with NVDA+S but is not so probably it would Works good.
Probably the computer volumen could be silent. If you can, aks people who
can look in your screen or use an external soundcard and put up the volumen
and put off the sound.

-----Mensaje original-----
De: [] En nombre de Robert
Enviado el: sábado, 27 de agosto de 2016 14:04
Asunto: [nvda] NVDA Stopped Speaking

Good Morning

I am a new subscriber to this group and a relatively in experienced NVDA
user. I just bought a new laptop and installed NVDA succesffully but
somewhere along the way I rather quickly did something that appaarently
silenced speech. Can anyone suggest what I may have done and how I can
correct the problem?
My challenged is that it's a Windows 10 computer and I'm not yet familiar
with the new commands. Any suggestions will be much appreciated.


Bob martinSent from my iPhone

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