[blind-techies] Windows 10 and Sound forge Pro 15 with JAWS
John Holcomb II
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Would the video card have any affect on this?
I’m using a NVidia G-force G210.
I know that’s a low end card but would that matter at all in this kinda situation?
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Subject: [blind-techies] Windows 10 and Sound forge Pro 15 with JAWS
SO I’ve got Sound Forge Pro 15 and the scripts from:
With JAWS running in Sound Forge with the scripts, Sound Forge is sluggish to the point of being nearly not responding.
If I hit space to play it takes at least one second for the audio to start.
If I hit control +R to open the recording dialog JAWS actually stops talking, and won’t do so again until I go to my desktop with WindowsKey+M.
I’ve tried using SF with narrator and this doesn’t happen with narrator. I’ve also tried using it with the default user directory loaded from JAWS and this doesn’t happen then either.
This is on Windows 10 21H1 with Jaws 2021 July update on a M.2 SSD on a Core I7 X processor with 64GB ram.
Anyone got any ideas?
This never happened with Windows 7 and Sound Forge Pro 9 or studio 10.