Monty, it is an onboard video card.
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On 12/28/2015 4:11 PM, Monte Single wrote:
Do you have a separate video card? Or is it a video imput built into the main?mother board?
Have you checked the connections between the p c and the monitor?
From: Donald L. Roberts [mailto:donald.roberts99@...]
Sent: December-28-15 5:49 PM
Subject: [TechTalk] A General window-eyes question
My windows 10 desktop will no longer boot. My son-in-law tells me that
when we attempt to boot the machine, the monitor shows "no signal."
Therefore, he feels that the most likely culprit is the video card.
I have Window-eyes 9.3.1 set to start automatically when the system
boots which prompts probably a stupid question, but we are all aware of
the dangers of assuming. The question is this: When Window-eyes is
running, can the sighted user click the mouse and move it in the same
way as if there were no screen reader running? I ask because I want to
be sure that the tech will have no problem shutting down Window-eyes.
Thanks for feedback.