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Old 01-30-2008
Víctor Martínez
 

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Windows Narrator
Hi all, I have a Windows Vista installed on my laptop, I never have problems
with it, but suddenly, when I restart or turn on my machine, the Windows
Narrator it's activated, does any one know how to de-active it?

Thanks.

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Old 01-30-2008
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Re: Windows Narrator

go into control panel then choose ease of access centre.
Click on use the computer without a display.
If Turn on narrator has a tick then you can turn it off this way.


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Old 01-31-2008
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Re: Windows Narrator
Thanks a lot !!!!


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> go into control panel then choose ease of access centre.
> Click on use the computer without a display.
> If Turn on narrator has a tick then you can turn it off this way.
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