[BCAB] Jaws 17 acting funny

Lewis Crack lewiscrack at gmail.com
Tue Aug 16 19:30:05 BST 2016

Hi Derry,

Have you tried reinstalling JAWS from the CD, and running a repair?
That may fix your issue. Sounds to me like a software glitch. Also
check what processes are running in the background of your computer
and check your CPU/Processsor Level and amount of RAM used, that can
have an effect if other pieces of software are hogging the system.
I hope this helps.
Kind regards.

On 16/08/2016, Lawlor, Derry <Derry.Lawlor at agriculture.gov.ie> wrote:
>   Hello only in the last few weeks I have noticed Jaws behaving unusual
> every so often the screen would disappear and say Jaws 17 [Not responding}
> the only things running would be outlook and maybe lotus notes for logging
> helpdesk calls.
>   Hope you can shine some light on this.
>   Best wishes,
>   Derry Lawlor
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