win 10 build 295 and "invalid entry"


 

Hi,
No, the build we're talking about is part of Windows Insider Program.
Cheers,
Joseph

-----Original Message-----
From: Robert Mendoza [mailto:lowvisiontek@...]
Sent: Tuesday, April 5, 2016 6:24 PM
To: nvda@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] win 10 build 295 and "invalid entry"

Hello,

Just curious , when I checked the current version of my machine today it says as follows: Version 1511 (OS Build 10586.164 Is this the one that you are referring to build number release in Windows 10today discussion? Please advice. Thanks.

On 4/5/2016 10:48 PM, Lenron wrote:
I am having this issue as well. It's annoying as hell.

On 4/5/16, Scott VanDeWalle <scottvandewalle2@...> wrote:
Hi Brian.
Yes, i think its just happenhing in the store apps and modern apps or
whatever they're called now.
Of course, facebook does it too, the app i mean.
hth

Scott

On 4/5/2016 9:39 AM, Brian Moore wrote:
Hi. Not sure if there are others participating in the windows
insider program here. noticed something with the last two builds
build 291 and 295. I have already reported via feedback but curious
if others are experiencing something similar. All over the place,
nvda is now announcing "invalid entry" where this is not the case.
not sure if it is an nvda issue or windows itself although I suspect windows.

as a test, go to a list of available wifi networks. every single
one will say "invalid entry" after its name. they still work fine
but this phrase is repeated all over the place.

At this point, I have only tried on two asus transformer book
machines and perhaps it is machine specific but want to provide more
info to ms if I can. anyone else experiencing this?

Brian.


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Robert Mendoza
 

Hello,

Just curious , when I checked the current version of my machine today it says as follows: Version 1511 (OS Build 10586.164
Is this the one that you are referring to build number release in Windows 10today discussion? Please advice. Thanks.

On 4/5/2016 10:48 PM, Lenron wrote:
I am having this issue as well. It's annoying as hell.

On 4/5/16, Scott VanDeWalle <scottvandewalle2@...> wrote:
Hi Brian.
Yes, i think its just happenhing in the store apps and modern apps or
whatever they're called now.
Of course, facebook does it too, the app i mean.
hth

Scott

On 4/5/2016 9:39 AM, Brian Moore wrote:
Hi. Not sure if there are others participating in the windows insider
program here. noticed something with the last two builds build 291
and 295. I have already reported via feedback but curious if others
are experiencing something similar. All over the place, nvda is now
announcing "invalid entry" where this is not the case. not sure if it
is an nvda issue or windows itself although I suspect windows.

as a test, go to a list of available wifi networks. every single one
will say "invalid entry" after its name. they still work fine but
this phrase is repeated all over the place.

At this point, I have only tried on two asus transformer book machines
and perhaps it is machine specific but want to provide more info to ms
if I can. anyone else experiencing this?

Brian.


--
Robert Mendoza


Lenron
 

I am having this issue as well. It's annoying as hell.

On 4/5/16, Scott VanDeWalle <scottvandewalle2@...> wrote:
Hi Brian.
Yes, i think its just happenhing in the store apps and modern apps or
whatever they're called now.
Of course, facebook does it too, the app i mean.
hth

Scott

On 4/5/2016 9:39 AM, Brian Moore wrote:
Hi. Not sure if there are others participating in the windows insider
program here. noticed something with the last two builds build 291
and 295. I have already reported via feedback but curious if others
are experiencing something similar. All over the place, nvda is now
announcing "invalid entry" where this is not the case. not sure if it
is an nvda issue or windows itself although I suspect windows.

as a test, go to a list of available wifi networks. every single one
will say "invalid entry" after its name. they still work fine but
this phrase is repeated all over the place.

At this point, I have only tried on two asus transformer book machines
and perhaps it is machine specific but want to provide more info to ms
if I can. anyone else experiencing this?

Brian.



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Scott VanDeWalle
 

Hi Brian.
Yes, i think its just happenhing in the store apps and modern apps or whatever they're called now.
Of course, facebook does it too, the app i mean.
hth

Scott

On 4/5/2016 9:39 AM, Brian Moore wrote:
Hi. Not sure if there are others participating in the windows insider program here. noticed something with the last two builds build 291 and 295. I have already reported via feedback but curious if others are experiencing something similar. All over the place, nvda is now announcing "invalid entry" where this is not the case. not sure if it is an nvda issue or windows itself although I suspect windows.

as a test, go to a list of available wifi networks. every single one will say "invalid entry" after its name. they still work fine but this phrase is repeated all over the place.

At this point, I have only tried on two asus transformer book machines and perhaps it is machine specific but want to provide more info to ms if I can. anyone else experiencing this?

Brian.


Brian Moore
 

Hi. Not sure if there are others participating in the windows insider program here. noticed something with the last two builds build 291 and 295. I have already reported via feedback but curious if others are experiencing something similar. All over the place, nvda is now announcing "invalid entry" where this is not the case. not sure if it is an nvda issue or windows itself although I suspect windows.

as a test, go to a list of available wifi networks. every single one will say "invalid entry" after its name. they still work fine but this phrase is repeated all over the place.

At this point, I have only tried on two asus transformer book machines and perhaps it is machine specific but want to provide more info to ms if I can. anyone else experiencing this?

Brian.

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