- Cannot get past, "please register this," when launching NVDA!
Re: Cannot get past, "please register this," when launching NVDA!
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If anyone does encounter this issue, it would be great if you could confirm please that pressing NVDA+control+r three times quickly DOES resolve it? It should, as it should revert to Windows OneCore voices on Windows 10 (or eSpeak-NG on earlier versions of Windows). I haven't actually tried it myself though to test the theory.
On Thu, Nov 5, 2020 at 1:47 PM Robert Logue <bobcat11@...
I had this same problem. It was the demo of Code Factory voices for
NVDA add on. Plus, the trial of Code Factory SAPI voices. I foolishly
tried both then was away from my desktop PC for more than a month.
I don't like that kind of behavior in trial software.
I was not even able to use Narrator because that please register message
was spoken every time I pressed any key.
Asked Microsoft disability answer desk for help through Be My Eyes on my
iPhone to resolve this.
Turned out that Narrator was using the demo voice which has also timed out.
I don't know if I'd been able to fix my self without the help from MS
On 2020-10-23 10:32 a.m., Gene wrote:
> The please register this must refer to a synthessizer that your NVDA
> is using. If you get that message and the command NVDA key control r
> pressed three times rapidly, You may hold control and nvda key and
> type r quickly three times, doesn't restore NVDA to its defaults so
> the default synthesizer can run, then you may have to delete something
> else, such as your synthesizer or your NVDA settings so it will start
> using defaults.
> -----Original Message----- From: Mike
> Sent: Friday, October 23, 2020 8:17 AM
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> Subject: [nvda] Cannot get past, "please register this," when
> launching NVDA!
> Keep getting please register this when I launch NVDA. Cannot get to
> menus or anything else. I had old version of NVDA I removed. Then
> installed the latest NVDA. Did not help. Using windows 10, Also JAWS.
> Any help appreciated.
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