adel akbari <adelakbari@...>
Hi and Thanks again for your attentions.
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My problem has been fixed in a strange way.
I created another user account on mentioned system, then installed
Jaws 2019 on that new user account, and it installed well.
I couldn't understand what was the exact problem but at list I can use
jaws 2019 now!
thanks for your answers my friends
On 6/21/19, Richard Turner <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
freedom Scientific usually answers questions about demo products just as
they will for licensed products. If you do not try sending them an email,
you will never know.
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On Jun 21, 2019, at 7:09 AM, Munawar Bijani
I couldn't find a solution to your exact error message but here's what I
found on JAWS installation failures:
1. After the installation fails, view the log file for the required
component that could not be installed. If this component is unknown, it will
be the last component processed which is logged in the Setup Package Log
2. In the required component’s log file, look for the error which caused
the install to fail. This is commonly at the bottom of the log file before
the “Property” lines.
3. If the error is 1723 or is described as “A DLL required for this
install to complete could not be run”, then this is probably due to the
failure of Windows installer in loading a DLL.
For Windows 7 and 8.1:
A common cause for this problem, when it occurs on a Windows OS prior to
Windows 10, is a missing Universal C Runtime update. A solution for this can
be found in TSN:
For Windows 7, 8.1, or 10:
Another common cause for this problem is an invalid installation of one of
the Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributables. JAWS depends on Microsoft Visual
C++ Redistributables 2010, 2013 and 2015. JAWS installations preceding
version 18.0.4104 also install and depend on Microsoft Visual C++
Any one of the following are possible solutions that will correct invalid
Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable installations:
* Repair the installed Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributables through
Windows Programs and Features or the Add/Remove page from the Control Panel.
A repair may not always fix an invalid installation.
NOTE: In the next option, there is a risk associated with uninstalling a
Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable. If a piece of software is currently
using the Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable, it could fail or start
* Uninstall the Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributables through Programs
and Features or the Add/Remove page from the Control Panel. Run the JAWS
installer which will re-install the Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributables
during the installation process. You can also download and Install the
Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributables from the Microsoft website.
NOTE: The following solution would be for technical support and would only
be attempted as a last resort.
* There are known DLLs that are installed by the Microsoft Visual C++
Redistributable Installers. These DLLs could manually be copied into their
On 6/21/2019 9:32 AM, adel akbari wrote:
Thanks for all of your answers.
About contacting technical support, I am afraid I can not do that,
because I live in Iran and I am trying to use demo version of jaws.
does freedom scientific technical support answers to the questions
from users of demo version of jaws?
I don't think so.
On 6/20/19, Sieghard Weitzel <email@example.com><mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>
If you are installing Jaws 2019 32 bit and 64 bit installers should not
come into play unless you are for some reason using the offline installer.
If you have internet connectivity I highly recommend you use the current
installer which is a small download and it will correctly identify if you
are using 32 bit or 64 bit Windows and install Jaws accordingly.
<email@example.com><mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Chris Hill
Sent: Thursday, June 20, 2019 5:16 AM
Subject: Re: Can not install Jaws 2019 demo on Windows 7 64 bit what ever I
Have you contacted technical support? That is what it says to do.
On 6/20/2019 02:26, Chris via Groups.Io wrote:
Not really, but make sure you are using the 64bit installer on a 64bit
machine rather than the the 32bit installer which worked on your other
And if that fails completely remove jaws from your machine and restart and
And if that fails maybe consider doing a system restore to a point when it
did install or before jaws was installed initially
Other than that I have no idea as the error is so generic its impossible to
find a solution
Good luck anyway
From: adel akbari<mailto:email@example.com><mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: 20 June 2019 07:57
Subject: Can not install Jaws 2019 demo on Windows 7 64 bit what ever I do
Whenever I have tried to Install Jaws 2019 demo on my Windows 7 64 bit.
each time the installer shows this error message:
The setup failed to process the "FSVideoIntercept64" component.
Restart your computer and run the setup again. If the error continues,
contact technical support.
I tried Jaws 2019 April, May, and June release and encountered this error.
the other thing is that in the same system, Jaws 18 and older versions
Also, I should say that I tried installing Jaws 2019 on my another
Windows 7 32 bit machine, and it installed without problem.
does anyone has any sollution for this?