Re: Yes I'll trouble shoot your issue!

David <davidwhitehead1957@...>

Hello there;

Another way to do a jaws repair is:
This is assuming you already have the jaws executable somewhere on your computer.
This example will be for the latest jaws12.exe,

1, you first need to place the jaws executable into the C Drive,

2, now you need to press the f2 key, while highlighted on the jaws executable, and copy the following,
3, now we need to go to the run dialog,
Now you can,
Type in:


Now, press the home key, and type in:
Now, press the end key to go to the end of the line,
And press
The spacebar, and then type;
/type repair
So the line should look like;

C:\J12.0.1170-32bit.exe /type repair


C:\J12.0.1170-64bit.exe /type repair

Now press enter, the jaws repair will start.

-----Original Message-----
From: [] On Behalf Of Bob Edenhofer
Sent: Saturday, October 15, 2011 8:17 AM
Subject: Yes I'll trouble shoot your issue!

Tracy, this is Bob Edenhofer, I’m associated with Freedom Scientific! I’m one of their public beta testers for jaws! What’s the latest build of jaws 12.0 that you have! if it’s 12.0.1170, then you need to go to the run dialog box, type the specified path, whitch is c:\j12.0.1170-32bit.exe/ type repair now before you proceed with this, keep in mind, I coppied and pasted the specified path to this message! make sure you read it letter by letter, so you know how to type it in! and be sure to go to the folder, in whitch you saved the executable for jaws, copy and paste the executable to your hard drive! then you can proceed, and follow the prompts! best regards, Bob Edenhofer, jaws public beta tester for Freedom scientific!
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