NVDA with Windows 10 Pe
I have been asked the following question below. I have not used the program but some one else might of.
By the way has any one got a updated link to the images either the link is timing out or broken to them.
he is after the windows 10 version or he might already have it?
Happy new year to you,
I thought you would be the best person to question on this one.
I’ve just taken on a new role and one of the things I should be doing is reimaging computers
One of the tools used in this situation is to back up all data from user folders etc with a tool called:
This product runs on a Windows 10 PE installation from a flash drive.
I did a quick search on / through Google
And it appears NVDA is able to work from / on Windows PE or at least was able to back in mid 2019.
I just want to confirm that this is possible and if anyone within the NVDA team might have suggestions on how to ensure things work correctly.
Thanks for any assistance you can provide.
I don't have Windows PE, but Narrator can read a lot of Windows now. Fortoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
instance, if you have to do an install from scratch, or a reset,
Narrator can read that. It can't read the menu that let's you reset or
whatever, but once that's going, you can activate Narrator and get
feedback and select options and all. So the first thing I'd do, if I
were them, is boot the thing and see if Narrator comes up. I had to do a
Windows install a while back and I was able to boot the DVD or whatever
and do it myself, this only applies to Windows 10 of course.
On 1/13/2020 1:24 PM, hurrikennyandopo ... wrote:
Hmmm the windows pe is one of those older bits of software that is not about.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
There are several versions, but I know of only 2 of them.
It would actually be nice if someone could make a talking windows pe similar to a boot cd which could run diagnostics etc and be updated.
It wouldn't need to be windows 10, it could be 7 or even xp.
It would need generic sound ability, able to run on 32 and 64 bit and access ntfs, all fat types, etc.
To be honest, I'd probably create something based on windows 7 or even xp just so you had an easier time of doing things but thats just me.
I know that the latest win pe builder may or may as the case may be accessible but I havn't played for a while.
I don't know much about making or scripting one either.
On 14/01/2020 8:24 am, hurrikennyandopo ... wrote: