On 6/13/16, Alan Robbins <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I would try calling freedom scientific
On Jun 13, 2016, at 08:34, Peter Tesar <email@example.com> wrote:
The repair does not fix the problem. The WINDOWS key does not open the
I ran the latest JAWS version in the run box:
c:\j17.0.2211enu-x64.exe /type repair
After the clicks, JAWS wanted to restart. That repair process seemed to
work but I still cannot open the Start Menu using the WINDOWS key.
I can still close all, using WINDOWS+d, an then tab to the Start button
and use the applications key. Most of the Start Menu items are in the
My next step will be to uninstall JAWS 17 and reinstall it.
On 2016-06-13 8:03 AM, Ann Byrne wrote:
1. Copy the executable to your hard drive.
2. Open the run dialog (windows+r)
3. Paste the executable file from your hard drive into the run dialog.
It should say something like quote c:\jaws17.0.221.enu.bla.bla.bla.exe
4. Delete the quotes.
5. Following .exe leave a space, then type /type repair.
6. Press enter and you should be good to go.
HI. As far as the new update for windows 10 goes jaws will recognize
the start menu. everything is in columns now. Once you hit your
windows key it will land you in the search box. the column that will
open up is your apps column. Once that opens up you just tab around
and you'll find the different columsn. so for example you'll find
your life at a glance column and your navigation menu wich is a
toggle. that opens up your menu to go to your file explorer and your
settings and your power. so you just tab around to get to the
different columns. Hope that helps. thanks.