If this is the case, then how can it be JAWS accessible??? Indeed, if there is no speech, how can you use this program in the first place without sighted help? The original inquirer specifically asked for a utility that is JAWS accessible.
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On 8/11/2019 11:08 AM, Mario wrote:
it runs from a bootable CD/DVD or thumb drive off of FreeDOS, and cannot
do what it does while the drive is running Windows.
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From: John Covici [mailto:email@example.com]
Date: Sunday, August 11, 2019, 10:20 AM
Subject: Disk repair utility, usable with JAWS
I don't think you use it with Windows at all, but check the website
for more information.
On Sun, 11 Aug 2019 06:55:14 -0400,
Gerald Levy via Groups.Io wrote:
Spinwrite??? Are you serious??? My understanding is that
Spinwrite does not work with versions of Windows higher than
XP.?? Have you used it successfully with Windows 7 or 10?
On 8/11/2019 6:34 AM, John Covici wrote:
I would get smartmontools and see what it says about your drive.
Also, a great utility for disk repair is spinwrite at www.grc.com.
On Sun, 11 Aug 2019 06:00:21 -0400,
Dave Durber wrote:
I have a system running Windows 7 Professional 64 BIT, which I
intend upgrading to Windows 10 when I get a new Motherboard for
it. I have JAWS 2018 installed on it. In addition to the CD-DVD
ROM, it has a 120 GB SSD, which is the system drive, and 2 1 TB
Hdd Drives, which ar F and G.
Yesterday, when I started the system, I tried to log onto drive
g. Windows reported a drive error. Of course, being Windows, the
operating system did not tell me what type of error was affecting
the drive, only that Windows could not access it.
I ran CMD, and in the DOS shell window, I used CHKDSK with the /f
switch. CHKDSK, reported that it could not attempt to scan the
drive because of a drive error and closed itself and returned me
to the DOS Shell window.
My question is, is anyone on this list, using a good disk repair
utility, which is accessible using JAWS
At present, I have no idea, as to whether the problem is with
the partition, its format or the problem is with the files which
hold the information about the data stored on the drive.
Any Suggestions please.