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update on music

Marvin Hunkin <startrekcafe@...>
 

Hi.

Well.

Tried a whole heap of data recovery software, and di not find my music.

So will have to start again, and ask for music, from my relatives, like my
brothers and sister, then rip it from cd.

So.

This will be a slow process.

So.

Oh well.

Had to copy my stuff from the hard disk to the external drive, as my hard
disk is starting to fail.

So.

Not asking for music on this list, as only a general chat list.

So, just letting every one know.

Marvin.



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my new laptop

Marvin Hunkin <startrekcafe@...>
 

Hi.

Going to purchase tomorrow a new Toshiba laptop.

As my hard disk is starting to fail, and had this machine satellite a 300
for almost 6 years.

It will be a satellite pro c 50, from htttp://www.tvsn.com.au

Then will get 4 gb ram, which will make it 8 gb, should fly then.

Marvin.

Ps: it comes with windows 7 pro 64bit, and also windows 8.1 64 bit on davd,
a bag, wireless mouse. And comes with a 2.5 or 3.5 ghz processor, 750 gb
hard disk.

Beats my 180 gb at the moment.







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Re: A mystery issue

Bill White
 

This doesn't work on my Dell laptop. I see the device settings, but there is no enable/disable button.
Bill White billwhite92701@...

----- Original Message -----
From: "Tim Ford via Jfw" <jfw@...>
To: "Marianne Denning" <marianne@...>; "The Jaws for Windows support list." <jfw@...>
Sent: Sunday, July 13, 2014 6:43 PM
Subject: Re: A mystery issue


Regardless of what model of laptop you have, turning the mouse pad on or off
is under the control panel, under "mouse". When you are in the mouse menus,
you will see various tabs starting from the left, but the one you want is
probably at the far right, named
"device settings". Tab once and you are in the list of mouse-type devices
that the computer sees as available. In my case, the mouse pad is the only
device. Tab once again, and you are at the toggle button to "enable" or
"disable". After you press on that, click "apply", then the okay or close
button.

I highly recommend turning it off. If a sighted person wants to use your
laptop, a USB mouse can be quickly plugged in, or you can enable the mouse
pad. My IT shop at work told me that they are now making a point to ask the
user what they would prefer, and half or more folks are now choosing to use
a separate mouse rather than the mouse pad.

Sincerely,
Tim Ford

-----Original Message-----
From: Marianne Denning via Jfw
Sent: Sunday, July 13, 2014 6:24 PM
To: Bob Moore ; The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: A mystery issue

I have a similar problem but it happens because I very lightly bump
the mouse pad. It drives me crazy and I haven't figured out how to
turn the mouse pad off. I have learned how to properly hold my hands
up so they don't touch the mouse pad.

On 7/10/14, Bob Moore via Jfw <jfw@...> wrote:
My wife and I have had that problem. The way that I have got around the
problem is that I have turn the mouse pad off. My wife is sited and she
has
the problem all the time. We are both using Acer laptop, 64 bits
computers
and both are running Windows 7.

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Michael Mote
via Jfw
Sent: Thursday, July 10, 2014 6:32 PM
To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Subject: A mystery issue

Hi folks! I have a client who is having an issue with his mouse skipping
around the screen. He is using JAWS and Magic on his computer. He tells
me
that one day his machine will behave as normal. Then, the next day, he
will
encounter major skipping problems, where the cursor will scroll from the
top
to the bottom, and skip around the window he happens to be working in,
whether it be a PDF, an email or IE. This happens when he tries to use
JAWS
navigation keys or Magic commands. As you can imagine, this is very
frustrating for him. I am not sure that this can be blamed on JAWS. I
will
say that sometimes, the company that he works for likes to lay the blame
on
his assistive technology. Be that as it may, I've never encountered
anything like this before, and I wondered if anyone out there has, using
JAWS, Magic or both.

I know that his computer has a touchpad, and he is also using an external
mouse. He has tried both a wireless mouse, and a wired one. He tells me
that the touchpad is not disabled, even though he is using the external
mouse. This raises a red flag for me. I wonder if this could be the root
of the problem. He is using a magic keyboard, so his hands are not using
the laptop keyboard. This would rule out him accidentally bumping the
touchpad, causing the cursor to move without him meaning to make it move.



I would be interested in anyone's feedback. Many thanks!









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Re: A mystery issue

Tim Ford
 

Regardless of what model of laptop you have, turning the mouse pad on or off
is under the control panel, under "mouse". When you are in the mouse menus,
you will see various tabs starting from the left, but the one you want is
probably at the far right, named
"device settings". Tab once and you are in the list of mouse-type devices
that the computer sees as available. In my case, the mouse pad is the only
device. Tab once again, and you are at the toggle button to "enable" or
"disable". After you press on that, click "apply", then the okay or close
button.

I highly recommend turning it off. If a sighted person wants to use your
laptop, a USB mouse can be quickly plugged in, or you can enable the mouse
pad. My IT shop at work told me that they are now making a point to ask the
user what they would prefer, and half or more folks are now choosing to use
a separate mouse rather than the mouse pad.

Sincerely,
Tim Ford

-----Original Message-----
From: Marianne Denning via Jfw
Sent: Sunday, July 13, 2014 6:24 PM
To: Bob Moore ; The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: A mystery issue

I have a similar problem but it happens because I very lightly bump
the mouse pad. It drives me crazy and I haven't figured out how to
turn the mouse pad off. I have learned how to properly hold my hands
up so they don't touch the mouse pad.

On 7/10/14, Bob Moore via Jfw <jfw@...> wrote:
My wife and I have had that problem. The way that I have got around the
problem is that I have turn the mouse pad off. My wife is sited and she
has
the problem all the time. We are both using Acer laptop, 64 bits
computers
and both are running Windows 7.

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Michael Mote
via Jfw
Sent: Thursday, July 10, 2014 6:32 PM
To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Subject: A mystery issue

Hi folks! I have a client who is having an issue with his mouse skipping
around the screen. He is using JAWS and Magic on his computer. He tells
me
that one day his machine will behave as normal. Then, the next day, he
will
encounter major skipping problems, where the cursor will scroll from the
top
to the bottom, and skip around the window he happens to be working in,
whether it be a PDF, an email or IE. This happens when he tries to use
JAWS
navigation keys or Magic commands. As you can imagine, this is very
frustrating for him. I am not sure that this can be blamed on JAWS. I
will
say that sometimes, the company that he works for likes to lay the blame
on
his assistive technology. Be that as it may, I've never encountered
anything like this before, and I wondered if anyone out there has, using
JAWS, Magic or both.

I know that his computer has a touchpad, and he is also using an external
mouse. He has tried both a wireless mouse, and a wired one. He tells me
that the touchpad is not disabled, even though he is using the external
mouse. This raises a red flag for me. I wonder if this could be the root
of the problem. He is using a magic keyboard, so his hands are not using
the laptop keyboard. This would rule out him accidentally bumping the
touchpad, causing the cursor to move without him meaning to make it move.



I would be interested in anyone's feedback. Many thanks!









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Re: About outlook

Ann Byrne
 

This is from CathyAnn Murtha's Outlook 2010 textb ook:


The majority of the display is used by the navigation pane and folder list. The navigation pane is on the left side of the display, the folder list is in the middle and the reading pane is on the right. This is the The reading pane is in the view menu. Alt-v for view, then tab to the reading pane. There is a dropdown list. Press enter on none.



AutoPreview
Within the view menu of Outlook, the "current view" can be set to "Preview." This shows the first few lines of an email with the subject of the message. You can configure the font of the AutoPreview within the next section of this dialog.
Following the font button is a series of radio buttons. Use UP AND DOWN ARROW to select from among the following:
* Preview all items
* Preview unread items
* No AutoPreview

At 05:40 PM 7/13/2014, you wrote:
How do you turn off the reading paine or the mail preview on 2010?

Sent from my iPhone

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Re: A mystery issue

Ann Byrne
 

Turning off the touchpad can be done differently, depending on the computer. With windows 7, press the windows logo key and type 'change mouse settings'. Tinkering around in the results, with luck you can figure out how to disable the touchpad. Some laptops are wonderful, and have an off/on item in the system tray. Most don't, though.

I have a similar problem but it happens because I very lightly bump
the mouse pad. It drives me crazy and I haven't figured out how to
turn the mouse pad off. I have learned how to properly hold my hands
up so they don't touch the mouse pad.

On 7/10/14, Bob Moore via Jfw <jfw@...> wrote:
My wife and I have had that problem. The way that I have got around the
problem is that I have turn the mouse pad off. My wife is sited and she
has
the problem all the time. We are both using Acer laptop, 64 bits computers
and both are running Windows 7.

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Michael Mote
via Jfw
Sent: Thursday, July 10, 2014 6:32 PM
To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Subject: A mystery issue

Hi folks! I have a client who is having an issue with his mouse skipping
around the screen. He is using JAWS and Magic on his computer. He tells me
that one day his machine will behave as normal. Then, the next day, he
will
encounter major skipping problems, where the cursor will scroll from the
top
to the bottom, and skip around the window he happens to be working in,
whether it be a PDF, an email or IE. This happens when he tries to use
JAWS
navigation keys or Magic commands. As you can imagine, this is very
frustrating for him. I am not sure that this can be blamed on JAWS. I
will
say that sometimes, the company that he works for likes to lay the blame on
his assistive technology. Be that as it may, I've never encountered
anything like this before, and I wondered if anyone out there has, using
JAWS, Magic or both.

I know that his computer has a touchpad, and he is also using an external
mouse. He has tried both a wireless mouse, and a wired one. He tells me
that the touchpad is not disabled, even though he is using the external
mouse. This raises a red flag for me. I wonder if this could be the root
of the problem. He is using a magic keyboard, so his hands are not using
the laptop keyboard. This would rule out him accidentally bumping the
touchpad, causing the cursor to move without him meaning to make it move.



I would be interested in anyone's feedback. Many thanks!









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Re: A mystery issue

Marianne Denning
 

I have a similar problem but it happens because I very lightly bump
the mouse pad. It drives me crazy and I haven't figured out how to
turn the mouse pad off. I have learned how to properly hold my hands
up so they don't touch the mouse pad.

On 7/10/14, Bob Moore via Jfw <jfw@...> wrote:
My wife and I have had that problem. The way that I have got around the
problem is that I have turn the mouse pad off. My wife is sited and she
has
the problem all the time. We are both using Acer laptop, 64 bits computers
and both are running Windows 7.

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Michael Mote
via Jfw
Sent: Thursday, July 10, 2014 6:32 PM
To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Subject: A mystery issue

Hi folks! I have a client who is having an issue with his mouse skipping
around the screen. He is using JAWS and Magic on his computer. He tells me
that one day his machine will behave as normal. Then, the next day, he
will
encounter major skipping problems, where the cursor will scroll from the
top
to the bottom, and skip around the window he happens to be working in,
whether it be a PDF, an email or IE. This happens when he tries to use
JAWS
navigation keys or Magic commands. As you can imagine, this is very
frustrating for him. I am not sure that this can be blamed on JAWS. I
will
say that sometimes, the company that he works for likes to lay the blame on
his assistive technology. Be that as it may, I've never encountered
anything like this before, and I wondered if anyone out there has, using
JAWS, Magic or both.

I know that his computer has a touchpad, and he is also using an external
mouse. He has tried both a wireless mouse, and a wired one. He tells me
that the touchpad is not disabled, even though he is using the external
mouse. This raises a red flag for me. I wonder if this could be the root
of the problem. He is using a magic keyboard, so his hands are not using
the laptop keyboard. This would rule out him accidentally bumping the
touchpad, causing the cursor to move without him meaning to make it move.



I would be interested in anyone's feedback. Many thanks!









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About outlook

John Chan <aznboyz4sho@...>
 

How do you turn off the reading paine or the mail preview on 2010?

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Problem with using aol software.

computerguy125@...
 

Hello. My name is Dave. I recently subscribed to aol. I have
been an aol user for quite some time now. it seems however that in the
latest version which is 9.7 everything works fine accpet for when I am on a
webpage I cannot brows and read the page as I could in previous versions or
as i can in internet explorer. i can move about the page using the tab key
wich will move me to the differnet links but I cannot read or navaigate the
page using standard reading commands. Does anyone know of a work around
for this or know fo any additional scripts or anything. I want to use the
software and any help would be appreciated. thanks.
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Re: JAWS 15 not detecting autocomplete on Excel 2013

Roy Nickelson <roylee@...>
 

I am having the same issue.
Roy

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Feliciano G via Jfw
Sent: Thursday, July 10, 2014 3:30 AM
To: JAWS LIST
Subject: JAWS 15 not detecting autocomplete on Excel 2013

Hi, noticed that JAWS 15 isn’t detecting and reading the autocomplete information when working with Excel 2013 on the Windows 8 PC. I know that it is autocompleting because when I type Chris for example on B2 cell then type the letter C on B3, JAWS should read that it autocompleted. It doesn’t, but I know it does because when I type the letter C then do the say current line keystroke, Chris is autocompleted on the cell. I had a sighted person confirm this as well, so it seems to be a JAWS issue. I spoke with someone at Freedom Scientific’s tech support, wasn’t much help as he told me to make sure that my computer is up to date and to contact Microsoft so I know how to update Microsoft office. I went through the JAWS quick settings and I couldn’t find anything that may allow me to enable so that I can have JAWS detect that autocomplete change.I didn’t have this problem While working with Excel 2010 with JAWS 14 on the Windows 7 machine. Anyone else expirienceing this or anyone know of a fix? Help is appreciated as this autocomplete issue slows down workflow. Thanks

Regards, Feliciano
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Re: Windows Live Mail, Addressing an email

Melissa Stott
 

When you type the first letter to send a message, tab once and press insert+up arrow. Jaws should speak the name of the contact. to get to all contacts, press control+3. To get back to your inbox, press control+1.

-----Original Message-----
From: Tim Ford Comcast account via Jfw
Sent: Friday, July 11, 2014 9:08 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Cc: Tim Ford
Subject: Windows Live Mail, Addressing an email

I am brand-new to Windows Live Mail. Although much of it seems to work fine for me with JAWS 15, I am stuck on how I access the list of potential addresses.

To compare, with either Outlook or Outlook Express, I would just enter the first letter, and JAWS would grab focus to the list of contacts, and I could cursor down to the correct one, press tab when on the correct one, and that was it.

I checked with that Microsoft accessibility office. While they were able to remote in and shadow me, they agreed that JAWS did not seem to do what was needed.

Any ideas out there? Right now I am relegated to manually pulling up addresses from a list I have in Word, and manually pasting that in. I assume there is a better way?

Sincerely,
Tim Ford
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Windows Live Mail, Addressing an email

Tim Ford Comcast account <TIMOTHYFORD3710@...>
 

I am brand-new to Windows Live Mail. Although much of it seems to work fine for me with JAWS 15, I am stuck on how I access the list of potential addresses.

To compare, with either Outlook or Outlook Express, I would just enter the first letter, and JAWS would grab focus to the list of contacts, and I could cursor down to the correct one, press tab when on the correct one, and that was it.

I checked with that Microsoft accessibility office. While they were able to remote in and shadow me, they agreed that JAWS did not seem to do what was needed.

Any ideas out there? Right now I am relegated to manually pulling up addresses from a list I have in Word, and manually pasting that in. I assume there is a better way?

Sincerely,
Tim Ford
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Re: Test message, just delete

Melissa Stott
 

Got it.

-----Original Message-----
From: Tim Ford Comcast account via Jfw
Sent: Friday, July 11, 2014 7:32 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Test message, just delete

I have finally set up Windows Live Mail, and transferred myself to this new email address. I am testing to make sure I can post to the list.

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Test message, just delete

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I have finally set up Windows Live Mail, and transferred myself to this new email address. I am testing to make sure I can post to the list.

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Re: data recovery

DJ
 

I mentioned a very good, but paid program called File Recovery Pro. I've
had this program for a few years and used it several times to recover data
for many people. It is accessible using JAWS and has recovered lots of data
for me even off of formatted drives. It's been a while since I purchased
this program and don't remember what I paid for it but it payed for it's
self many times over.

The name of the company is LC Technology International, Inc.

The website address is http://www.lc-tech.com/pc/filerecovery/

DJ

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Dave Farfar
Carlson via Jfw
Sent: Friday, July 11, 2014 11:00 AM
To: Marvin Hunkin; The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: data recovery

Marvin,

Since you did a format of the drive, I don't think you can get your data
back. You may indeed be whole wheat toast. There are companies who might be
able to get it back, but they are pretty expensive.

Dave Carlson
Official Oregonian, Farfar, Pioneer, Landlord, Handyman, Musician, and
Woodworker

----- Original Message -----
From: "Marvin Hunkin via Jfw" <jfw@...>
To: <jfw@...>
Sent: Thursday, July 10, 2014 05:17 AM
Subject: data recovery


Hi.

I tried a suggestion, and got anomie standard particion assist 5.5

And you use the jaws cursur, to explore the screen.

Short story, it took 10 hours to scan my 932 gb external Toshiba hard disk,
and then it said the scan was complete, and click the proceed button.

Well, it was still greyed out,and decided to explore the files on the
particion, well, windows 7, decided that the program, was not responding,
and closed, so, when I went back in, had to start the dan scan all over
again.

So.

It dave me this weird file name, wcftrace.clog.

What is this.

And is there any other more accessible, data recovery software, where I can
select the music folder and try to recover that.

Or do I just e-mail support, at anomie.

Just frustrated.

Or am I toast.

Any help.

Please.

Marvin.



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Re: A mystery issue

Godwin Adoyi
 

Hi,
Check if the computer is Dell inspiron, if yes, then that is the cause.
HTH.
Godwin Adoyi

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Dave Farfar
Carlson via Jfw
Sent: Friday, July 11, 2014 3:02 PM
To: Michael Mote; The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: A mystery issue

Wonder if their computer keyboard has a touchpad or a stick embedded, and
they are simply accidentally rubbing against one of them.

Dave Carlson
Official Oregonian, Farfar, Pioneer, Landlord, Handyman, Musician, and
Woodworker

----- Original Message -----
From: "Michael Mote via Jfw" <jfw@...>
To: "'The Jaws for Windows support list.'" <jfw@...>
Sent: Thursday, July 10, 2014 04:31 PM
Subject: A mystery issue


Hi folks! I have a client who is having an issue with his mouse skipping
around the screen. He is using JAWS and Magic on his computer. He tells me
that one day his machine will behave as normal. Then, the next day, he will
encounter major skipping problems, where the cursor will scroll from the top
to the bottom, and skip around the window he happens to be working in,
whether it be a PDF, an email or IE. This happens when he tries to use JAWS
navigation keys or Magic commands. As you can imagine, this is very
frustrating for him. I am not sure that this can be blamed on JAWS. I will
say that sometimes, the company that he works for likes to lay the blame on
his assistive technology. Be that as it may, I've never encountered
anything like this before, and I wondered if anyone out there has, using
JAWS, Magic or both.

I know that his computer has a touchpad, and he is also using an external
mouse. He has tried both a wireless mouse, and a wired one. He tells me
that the touchpad is not disabled, even though he is using the external
mouse. This raises a red flag for me. I wonder if this could be the root
of the problem. He is using a magic keyboard, so his hands are not using
the laptop keyboard. This would rule out him accidentally bumping the
touchpad, causing the cursor to move without him meaning to make it move.



I would be interested in anyone's feedback. Many thanks!









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Re: data recovery

Nicole Massey <nyyki@...>
 

I use a program called RCS Tools to pull data from formatted drives.
However, it's only marginally accessible, involving a lot of fiddling around
with it, and it's not free.

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Dave
Farfar Carlson via Jfw
Sent: Friday, July 11, 2014 10:00 AM
To: Marvin Hunkin; The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: data recovery

Marvin,

Since you did a format of the drive, I don't think you can get your
data back. You may indeed be whole wheat toast. There are companies who
might be able to get it back, but they are pretty expensive.

Dave Carlson
Official Oregonian, Farfar, Pioneer, Landlord, Handyman, Musician, and
Woodworker

----- Original Message -----
From: "Marvin Hunkin via Jfw" <jfw@...>
To: <jfw@...>
Sent: Thursday, July 10, 2014 05:17 AM
Subject: data recovery


Hi.

I tried a suggestion, and got anomie standard particion assist 5.5

And you use the jaws cursur, to explore the screen.

Short story, it took 10 hours to scan my 932 gb external Toshiba hard
disk,
and then it said the scan was complete, and click the proceed button.

Well, it was still greyed out,and decided to explore the files on the
particion, well, windows 7, decided that the program, was not
responding,
and closed, so, when I went back in, had to start the dan scan all over
again.

So.

It dave me this weird file name, wcftrace.clog.

What is this.

And is there any other more accessible, data recovery software, where I
can
select the music folder and try to recover that.

Or do I just e-mail support, at anomie.

Just frustrated.

Or am I toast.

Any help.

Please.

Marvin.



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Re: A mystery issue

Dave...
 

Wonder if their computer keyboard has a touchpad or a stick embedded, and
they are simply accidentally rubbing against one of them.

Dave Carlson
Official Oregonian, Farfar, Pioneer, Landlord, Handyman, Musician, and
Woodworker

----- Original Message -----
From: "Michael Mote via Jfw" <jfw@...>
To: "'The Jaws for Windows support list.'" <jfw@...>
Sent: Thursday, July 10, 2014 04:31 PM
Subject: A mystery issue


Hi folks! I have a client who is having an issue with his mouse skipping
around the screen. He is using JAWS and Magic on his computer. He tells me
that one day his machine will behave as normal. Then, the next day, he will
encounter major skipping problems, where the cursor will scroll from the top
to the bottom, and skip around the window he happens to be working in,
whether it be a PDF, an email or IE. This happens when he tries to use JAWS
navigation keys or Magic commands. As you can imagine, this is very
frustrating for him. I am not sure that this can be blamed on JAWS. I will
say that sometimes, the company that he works for likes to lay the blame on
his assistive technology. Be that as it may, I've never encountered
anything like this before, and I wondered if anyone out there has, using
JAWS, Magic or both.

I know that his computer has a touchpad, and he is also using an external
mouse. He has tried both a wireless mouse, and a wired one. He tells me
that the touchpad is not disabled, even though he is using the external
mouse. This raises a red flag for me. I wonder if this could be the root
of the problem. He is using a magic keyboard, so his hands are not using
the laptop keyboard. This would rule out him accidentally bumping the
touchpad, causing the cursor to move without him meaning to make it move.



I would be interested in anyone's feedback. Many thanks!









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Re: data recovery

Dave...
 

Marvin,

Since you did a format of the drive, I don't think you can get your data
back. You may indeed be whole wheat toast. There are companies who might be
able to get it back, but they are pretty expensive.

Dave Carlson
Official Oregonian, Farfar, Pioneer, Landlord, Handyman, Musician, and
Woodworker

----- Original Message -----
From: "Marvin Hunkin via Jfw" <jfw@...>
To: <jfw@...>
Sent: Thursday, July 10, 2014 05:17 AM
Subject: data recovery


Hi.

I tried a suggestion, and got anomie standard particion assist 5.5

And you use the jaws cursur, to explore the screen.

Short story, it took 10 hours to scan my 932 gb external Toshiba hard disk,
and then it said the scan was complete, and click the proceed button.

Well, it was still greyed out,and decided to explore the files on the
particion, well, windows 7, decided that the program, was not responding,
and closed, so, when I went back in, had to start the dan scan all over
again.

So.

It dave me this weird file name, wcftrace.clog.

What is this.

And is there any other more accessible, data recovery software, where I can
select the music folder and try to recover that.

Or do I just e-mail support, at anomie.

Just frustrated.

Or am I toast.

Any help.

Please.

Marvin.



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Re: track pad and jaws

George B
 

nothing in your email just my original

-----Original Message-----
From: Tom Macha [mailto:toml614@...]
Sent: Friday, July 11, 2014 07:50
To: George B; The Jaws for Windows support list.; 'Cristóbal'; 'DJ'
Subject: RE: track pad and jaws



-----Original Message-----
From: George B via Jfw <jfw@...>
Sent: Friday, July 11, 2014 9:41 AM
To: 'Cristóbal' <crismunoz54@...>; 'The Jaws for Windows support
list.' <jfw@...>; 'DJ' <grouloc@...>
Subject: track pad and jaws

Will the mouse track pad work with jaws 15 and windows 8.1? if so is
here
any special settings?

thanks


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