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Go to control panel.
Select ease of access center.
In the options mentioned select "use the computer without display"
Uncheck "turn on narrator."
And apply the settings.
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You don't need to activate the drivers. if you reinstalled them then they are there and should be working.
There should be alternate methods to using the quick touch keys, such as using the conventional methods.
For example to change your volume, just click on the megaphone at the bottom right near the time and adjust the volume. Or click Start/Control Panel and look for Audio or Sound and adjust the volume. Also click Start/Programs/Accessories/Entertainment and see if there is a volume control there. Also normally you can adjust the volume by keystrokes. Normally you would Press and Hold the FN function key near the bottom left portion of the keyboard and press the volume keys (there should be 3 volume keys, volume up, volume down and volume mute).
As for the Wireless there is a switch on the side or in the front of the laptop that controls the wireless. Also there are keystrokes that can toggle it off or on once the wireless switch is on. Normally you would Press and Hold the FN function key then hit the correct F1 thru F12 key that toggles the wireless. The correct F1 thru F12 key to hit will have the icon of a wireless signal )))) or it will have the icon of a tower with a wireless signal )))).
Please try the below steps to turn OFF the Narrator.
First clik the Start button, then Control Panel. Now, in the Control Panel window, click Ease of Access. In the Ease of Access window, click Ease of Access Center, then in the Ease of Access Center window, under Explore all settings , click Use the computer without a display. Then, in the Use the computer without a display window, click to remove the check mark to the left of "Turn on Narrator". Then click the "Save" button. After that, restart the Computer. The Narrator will be turned OFF automatically when the Computer restarts.
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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.
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.
Unless you have a FRU manual for your model and you feel very comfortable taking your laptop I would avoid it and send it out for repair.
If your laptop is restarting I would remove the CPU, clean and put thermal paste and put it back together. You can use canned air to clean many of the parts that you can see.