Problem with Onecore voices on a Windows 10 laptop
This is a brand new laptop for a customer. I have just upgraded it to Windows 10 H2 and installed NVDA.
I have two identical laptops here, one works absolutely fine, and the other will not load the Onecore voices.
It appears in the list, but then says Error loading Synthesiser driver. It works with Espeak fine, but I think they would prefer the default voice.
Narrator speaks fine with it, and even works if I go into Speech settings in Windows and Preview the voice.
What I have tried so far is to completely remove and reinstall NVDA, including user settings.
I have also tried resetting the configuration with Control+NVDA+R three times.
Again, the synth appears in the list, but errors when loading.
I saw a similar message on this list from Louise, so the next thing I am going to try is to check compatibility settings in NVDA to make sure nothing is checked. Other than that though, I am not sure what is going on here. Other than that, I’m almost ready to reset the PC, if no-one has any ideas.
Here is the log excerpt that I get when trying to load the synth:-
INFO - core.main (16:48:49.235) - MainThread (5932):
Using configobj version 5.1.0 with validate version 1.0.1
ERROR - synthDriverHandler.setSynth (16:48:52.220) - MainThread (5932):
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "synthDriverHandler.pyc", line 448, in setSynth
File "synthDriverHandler.pyc", line 419, in getSynthInstance
File "synthDrivers\oneCore.pyc", line 169, in __init__
File "synthDrivers\oneCore.pyc", line 476, in _getDefaultVoice
RuntimeError: No voices available
Of course, there are voices available, because they work with Narrator.
If anyone has any ideas, please do hit me with them.
All the best
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