Re: what next


This has nothing to do with the screen-reader.  Narrator, being another screen-reader, will not work around the problem.  If someone didn’t use a screen-reader, the fn keys would function the same way.  Either your computer manufacturer provides a way to control this behavior using  commands provided not in BIOS or you will have to have someone change the BIOS setting.

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Sent: Wednesday, October 20, 2021 12:40 PM
Subject: [nvda] what next

Hi NVDA apparently BIOS is set this way in default the HP tech support says that BIOS is outside windows and therefore screen reader won’t work.  Will narrator work this way and if not can a blind user change this setting and regain use of function keys that way?  I’ve deleted more of the HP stuff on this machine and can’tcompletely get rid of inaccessible mcafee antivirus. Boy why do blind people have to fight these battles in 2021? 


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