(Microsoft ?)Narrator on new HP Paviolion dv9910 laptop(model# on comp.)
New computer's not broken. Needs no repair. When option of having computer talk to me appeared, I turned it on, just out of curiosity. I DO NOT want to hear it talking to me anymore. However, I have searched all over computer---control panel, my computer, even "help" sites, & none of them tell how to turn it off. All I have been able to do is turn the volume of Narrator down. I frankly can't stand hearing that mumbling automated voice anymore! Please help.
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Hi car8846 try this press the windows key on the keyboard then holding it down press u
the utility manager appears - click on the narator click stop then uncheck the boxes also so it doesn't start back up on reboot.
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In the bottom left hand of the screen, next to the round windows icon, in the empty search box, (assuming that you have Windows 7) type in narrator. You should then see a menu or result for narrator where you will find the option to turn narrator off.
1. press start
2. press control panel
3. press classic view
4. press ease of access
5. press on Use the computer without a display . optimize for blindness.
6. Make sure noting is checked here, there should be no check on turn on narrator, make sure everything is turned off. then apply / save and close.
it should have stopped by now, if not restart the computer.
Make sure you pressed save and then on the X on top right corner of the window.
click Start>Control Panel Select Ease of Access to enter the Ease of Access Center. Click Optimize visual display which is familiarized with the tagline "Make the computer easier to see". Uncheck the boxes for Turn on Narrator and Turn on Audio Description under Hear text and descriptions read aloud. Click Save and close the Control Panel. After restarting your computer the Microsoft Narrator will no longer voice.
As far as your primary connection is DHCP and when its detects wireless conecction it will start getting to connect to the device becoz in you configuration you choose connect to any wireless access point option. At office your laptop try to connect but the secondary Ip address and primary configuration get conflict and primary configuration ask you to repair or shows limited connectivity option. Better is enable dhcp on you both sides so that you will not face any problems
i could repair it in 1hr but i'm in jamaica. so , next options may a day or two max. you see this is a small problem to pull the lappy apart and replace with new hinge cover and whatever else is damage. the only problem is availability of the damage body part. remember the rating . thanks.