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Speech Recognition in Vista

My speech recognition goes to off status when i open it and when i try to turn it on by right cicking it says please restart speech recognition it encoutered an error please restart. when i restart it is in the same state before can you please help me with that

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Just reinstall the whole application
and install visual basic
start the application
if it give error start it with visual basic

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