moderated Re: Accessible System Backup Image software, (WAS) the latest update to jaws 2020 giving me a fit
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I think it is what ever you get accustomed to using. Image for Windows did cost me around $40, but it has always worked to restore my hard drives.
You can use IFW to create a recovery disk that includes Narrator so you have a screen reader to use to restore your PC. That is an absolute necessity if Windows is so messed up that your PC won’t boot up in to Windows.
Since this recovery disk has to be bootable for disaster recovery, you would need to change your PC’s boot sequence in the BIOS. That requires eye sight but it is a one time change.
In my case, instead of getting someone to change my boot sequence in the BIOS, I use F11 and some additional key strokes to force Windows to boot up from the boot media which can be either a DVD or a thumb drive again, created with the IFW software.
Its been so long since I created the boot media that I do not have clear recollection as to how it was accomplished. The directions are in the IFW manual. I suspect that there are several members on these list who can provide you with the directions to create the boot media and provide directions on how to get a crippled PC to boot from the media if you do not want to get someone to change your boot sequence in your PC’s BIOS.
The best of luck,
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Subject: Re: Accessible System Backup Image software, (WAS) the latest update to jaws 2020 giving me a fit
Is that image for Windows a good solution? I am also searching for a good backup software.
I’m guessing that there is a typo in your response.
What do I need to run to tell when check boxes are checked?
And, in my Version of Image for Windows, something like V3... there is a check box in settings that is called accessible check boxes. You can check this to cause Jaws to see the state of the check boxes.
But, You will still have to use the Jaws/or equivalent cursor to tell that they are checked in some places in the menus. Also, in some places in the menus, you will see a PLUS SIGN instead of a checkbox for example, to indicate that a drive has been selected to be added to the back up process.
In my particular case, on all 3 of my laptops, I just hit the space bar to put a PLUS SIGN in front of my primary drive/C drive to do a full back up. IFW has never let me down with Windows 7 or Windows 10 and I have done recoveries on all 3.
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I use Image for Windows, but do you know how to make the checkboxes accessible? It is something in an ini-file.
Best regards René H. Nielsen
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On 5/3/2020 12:57 PM, David Griffith wrote: