Re: Multiple JAWS Versions On One License
Lisle, Ted (CHFS DMS)
It was one of those situations where I was having a lot of trouble with Juno, which I eventually abandoned. Furthermore, I was using Chrome, which was a no-no at that time. The crash trashed the authorization, and Restore brought it back—end of story.]
Another time my antivirus put the volume control in quarantine—gotta watch those volume controls. Of course, I got it out but, in doing so, lost it; Restore fixed that too.
Overall, that’s one of the coolest tools Microsoft has ever given us.
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Sent: Wednesday, July 19, 2017 4:41 PM
Subject: Re: Multiple JAWS Versions On One License
System restore wouldn't bring the authorization back if it mysteriously went missing. I don't think Windows considers it a settings file.
Even then, System Restore might put you right again. It worked for me a few years back after a faulty shutdown.
That depends exactly what problems you're having, and what version you're running now. That may be beneficial to put in a new thread. To your question, using the versions of JAWS you're licensed for won't use up your SMA's. Only if you have to do a reinstall, or somehow the authorization gets deleted.
I am running Windows 7 and have some difficulties with the internet. Do you think I would do any better if I were to put an older version of Jaws on my computer? If so, which
would you reccommend? Thanks. Also, would additional versions use up my SMAs?
On 7/19/2017 2:17 PM, James Homuth wrote: