Hi Tom. I am glad that you have resolved this issue, at least for now
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anyway. Windows 10 releases updates all the time, so you may want to
keep the drivers handy just in case. I have never noticed USB headset
sounds being impacted by Windows 10 updates, although, maybe I have
been lucky. I'm hopeful that you get more than just a few days of
relief rom this issue.
On 5/14/19, Randy Barnett <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I’m sorry you’re had so much trouble with that. I guess I’m just lucky and
haven’t had to deal with that. But of course you’re not bugging anybody
that’s what we’re here for. As far as it being a known issue that’s a pretty
big issue for screen reader users.
Randy Barnett owner of soundtique
On May 13, 2019, at 1:07 PM, Tom Behler <email@example.com> wrote:
Hello, again, everyone.
After several tries and about an hour on the phone with Microsoft
Accessibility, we finally got a new realtech driver installed that pretty
much solved my Jaws speech distortion problem again.
Things are not perfect, and still a bit quirky when it comes to plugging in
my headphones, but at least I’m basically back in business again.
I want to thank everyone on the list for tolerating my various e-mails on
If anyone has some thoughts on what we might be able to do to effectively
highlight what clearly seems to be a problem relating to Microsoft sound
card driver updates, please let us know. I’m told that this is a known
Windows 10 issue.