Re: Getting started with HyperV using NVDA
molly the blind tech lover
I had the same problem in regards to the sound being disabled.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
I also required sighted assistance in installing NVDA on the virtual machine.
I now have 2 clones I made from the main virtual machine, both of which have NVDA.
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Bob Cavanaugh
Sent: Saturday, February 27, 2021 1:41 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Getting started with HyperV using NVDA
I used VmWare when I took a networking class a few years ago and found it quite easy to use. I'd need a refresher on some of its commands now as it's been about five years since I've used it, but I found it quite usable with NVDA. I'll mention the problems I had with it even though they have nothing to do with VmWare itself:
1. This could be a problem with any virtual machine, there are so many files associated with it that I had a hard time figuring out which file to open in order to start the machine.
2. Once the machines were configured, I needed sighted assistance to install a screen reader. When I did get NVDA installed in Server 2008, the sound device was disabled, so we had to change that in order to get NVDA to work.
On 2/27/21, molly the blind tech lover <email@example.com> wrote: