[BCAB] Run JAWS from a Flash Drive
Life in Six Dots
hello at lifeinsixdots.com
Sun Oct 20 13:17:39 BST 2019
That is a point. I could add the relevant drives to the flash drive.
Unfortunately, I have no speech recognition so rely purely on using a
All the best, Paul
From: Ben Mustill-Rose <ben at benmr.com>
Sent: 20 October 2019 13:00
To: BCAB Discussion List <bcab at lists.bcab.org.uk>
Subject: Re: [BCAB] Run JAWS from a Flash Drive
You'd also have to consider scenarios where you might need to install
braille display drivers. Honestly it's much easier to do this using NVDA
with speech but appreciate that's not an option for everyone.
On 10/20/19, Mobeen Iqbal <mobeeniqbal at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Paul.
> Yes it is, but you need admin rights and extra software installed,
> it's called video intercept and enables jaws to read the screen. NVDA
> if configured correctly behaves in much the same way as jaws does in
> many instances, you only notice the difference if there's an app that
> NVDA doesn't support that jaws does.
> On 20/10/2019 11:46, Life in Six Dots wrote:
>> Hi everyone,
>> Can anyone tell me if it is possible to run JAWS from a removeable
>> Flash Drive on a computer. The reason I ask is I need to, at times,
>> access Window machines that aren't mine but I need to have a copy of
>> JAWS with my preferences and braille display setting already setup
>> for quick access.
>> then connect the braille display via USB. Is this possible?
>> All the best, Paul
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