moderated Re: could not load braille driver
Ms. Anne:toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
First, I am sorry that I didn't call right away after I got home;
I apologize for writing this email so late to let you know what happened;
The thing is working now,
Both "no error message" and the pacmate is alive;
(dots are popping);
Whenst I plugged it in,
She came alive;
I then turned off/on jaws and "voila no error";
Not calling you right away:
As far as not calling you right away,
Our bus was late arriving at indi;
We had a non-compliant non-mask wearer who persisted;
Hence, we pulled over,
Allowed authorities to attend to him,
And then moved on;
We arrived at about 945 eastern time;
I supposed that it might be too late to call,
(you did say it was landline);
The matter was not so important as to disrupt your evening.
Emailing so late:
As far as emailing you nearly an hour later,
I had a beer,
Watched the islander game,
And frankly lost track of time;
Hence, I just now remembered to correspond with you as to the situation;
Again, thank you for your instructions,
As I executed them as prescribed;
It seems to have resoluted the issue..
Please advise as you like.
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From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Ann Byrne
Sent: Saturday, August 29, 2020 5:03 PM
Subject: Re: could not load braille driver
I had this one earlier this week. It has to do with the Windows 10 Braille
driver setting. You can't have both Narrator and JAWS displaying Braille.
Press the windows key, and in the searchbox type Braille. Arrow down to
'turn Braille on and off" and press enter.
Be sure the 'turn on Braille' button is off.
Tab to 'add a braille display'. Tab to 'add a Braille display' and ignore
Tab again to the list of active Braille displays. there should be
two: one that says windows something or other, and one that says Freedom
Scientific packmate something or other. Be sure the windows is *not chosen
and that the Freedom scientific display is chosen.
Press enter and hope for the best.