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- need help with loading narrator on a new windows 10 laptop
Re: need help with loading narrator on a new windows 10 laptop
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Shortly after pressing the power button Cortana will greet you with an audio introduction. At that point in time Cortana will tell you how to enable Narrator (Control + Windows + Enter) and how to disable Cortana during setup. My Dell provides all of the audio through the internal speakers. Several years ago I had an Asus which required me to plug in headphones until the audio drivers were installed.
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When you can activate Narrator is sort of a guess, but not long after you
press the power button, press the ctrl+windows key +enter. If it does not start
up, wait a few minutes and try again. This is the toggle to turn Narrator off or
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Subject: need help with loading narrator on a new windows 10
I just got a new win 10 HP
laptop. It is still in the box, but I want to begin to set the thing
up. How and when can I start Narrator to help with this?
Is the command n and then
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