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If you cannot see the HIMS driver on your NVDA installation, the
HIMS drivers have not been properly or completely installed. Try
installing again and run the file as admin. There are two
installations that take place so do see them through to the end.
Keep in mind that the drivers are for USB, and that bluetooth
does not require the drivers. You would instead need to pair the
device under Bluetooth.
On 2/12/2020 5:21 am, Dark Count wrote:
I got a weird issue.
I have managed to hook up and utilize a HIMS Syncbraille display
with NVDA on my laptop, and even a few tablets using NVDA 2020.3.
But it will not run on my desktop pc.
I installed the drivers recommended on the user guide of NVDA, but
nothing is happening.
I don't see specific display drivers listed in Braille settings
for HIMS any longer as in prior versions of NVDA. So I have
selected automatic. This works with the laptop etc. But nothing on
the PC. Odd thing is that I can get the native windows screen
reader to see it and work with it on it.
Thanks for any help.