Re: JAWS blocke Windows Media Player so I not can hear protected WMA-files
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Yes, I using the same sound card for both Windows Media Player and JAWS. If
I playing other file types via Windows Media Player (e.g. a WAV-file),
Windows Media Player fine will play the sound, also when I open the file
directly via Windows Explorer.
On one of my other computers I not have these problem, so therefore I not
understand what happend on the computer where I have the problem.
The computer where I have the problem running Windows 7 64-bit, and the
computer have a motherboard from ASUS (ASUS P8H67-M REV3 DDR3 Intel H67)
with a integrated sound card from Realtek.
I using the latest drivers to the sound card.
If you have other solutions I can tried, please let me know.
---"Farfar, Sweet Thursday" Wrote---
Are you using the same sound card for both JAWS and your music output?
Perhaps you need to install a separate sound card on that machine for WMP to
Tastefully composed and transmitted from somewhere in the Western United
States, using a Dell Latitude E6520 and Windows 7
----- Original Message -----
From: "Anders Boholdt-Petersen"
Sent: Thursday, April 05, 2012 11:21
Subject: JAWS blocke Windows Media Player so I not can hear protected
On one of my computers running Windows 7 64-bit, I experience that JAWS
blocke sound from Windows Media Player, so I not can hear protected
If I first unloading JAWS, open the protected WMA-file via Windows Explorer
and after that start JAWS again, Windows Media Player fine will play the
If I first has opened the protected file, I fine can stop and start the
playing - but if I unload Windows Media Player, I again first must unload
JAWS before I can open a new protected WMA-file.
Has any person heard about this problem before, and have a solution I can
I have tested with JAWS 12 and 13.
If you have other questions, please let me know.
Very thanks, and have a continued Easter.