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Question: Voice Recognition Windows Based Application

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I have an MFC-based application that i'm trying to use with Vista's built in voice recognition feature. The platform that the application has been built with is Visual Studio 2005, using Windows XP.

I have a simple textbox, of MFC type CEdit, that i'm using to extract the output text provided by Vista Voice Recognition. However, the results are not so good. After speaking a sentence using VR(for example, "this is a test"), the results i receive from the event handler of my CEdit textbox is "thi" and then "s". In other words, for a word of length x i get the first x-1 letters of the very first word, and then the last letter of that word, and then all other words get omitted. I do not run into this problem when using other kinds of voice recognition software, such as Dragon.

Should i be using a different type of MFC structure? Is there a special SDK i'm supposed to be using to get this to work correctly for Vista?

Answer:Trouble with Vista Voice Recognition and MFC-based app.

I could really use some guidance for this. If anyone can offer some help i would really appreciate it.

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I am unable to use voice recognition as I can't start the language bar. The language bar button is greyed out in regional & language options - languages - details. Am I doing something wrong or is this a problem that can be solved?

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How do you get the voice command to work on emails. Like inbox, compose,etc.

Answer:email using Windows 7 voice recognition

http://www.microsoft.com/enable/pro...Is that what you are looking for?Some HELP in posting on Computing.net plus free progs and instructions Cheers

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Hello,

I bought my Computer in France with Windows 7 Premium edition 64bit

Of course, the voice recognition default language is set in French.



How do I change the voice input language to English?

Thank you

Answer:Windows 7 Voice Recognition Problem

  
Quote: Originally Posted by guillaume133


Hello,

I bought my Computer in France with Windows 7 Premium edition 64bit

Of course, the voice recognition default language is set in French.

How do I change the voice input language to English?

Thank you


You may not be able to. win 7 Ultimate is the only edititon to my knowledge where you can install a language pack

Ken

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Hi!
I have a windows 7 computer that is insalled with swedish language.
And I wonder if in some way I can fix it so that I can use the voice recognition?

Answer:Windows voice recognition problem

Welcome to Seven Forums Nicklaspoke. Unfortunately, it looks like Swedish is not a supported language in speech recognition. Even though you want to speak to it in english, the language of the operating system matches the language of Windows Speech Recognition.






Quote:
Windows Speech Recognition supports the following languages:
US English
UK English
French
Spanish
German
Japanese
Traditional Chinese
Simplified Chinese


This KB article is for Vista, but the same holds true of Seven.

The Windows Speech Recognition language must be the same as the operating system language in Windows Vista

If you had the english version of 7, or had Ultimate or above, and could install the English language pack, then I believe it would work. A Guy

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Hi guys, I have the 735 unlocked Lumia. Does anyone know when the "Hey Cortana" voice recognition will come to Windows 8.1.1 or, will it be released on Windows 10 as a standard feature?
I understand only a few select phones in the U.S. have this as standard today..
Thanks

Answer:When will the Hey Cortana Voice recognition come to Windows 8.1.1?

Hey Cortana is limited to phones with Snapdragon 800 series processors in them, because the 800 series chips have a low power mode that listens for that phrase to be spoken. That means that HTC M8, and Lumia 930 and 1520 are the only phones that support this feature. I don't think they'll be adding this feature to other phones.

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Hey every one,

I'm a big fan of voice recognition programs. I'm curious does any one know if Windows: Vista will comes with voice recognition capabilities? It would be cool to control Windows: Vista with nothing but your voice.

Bigk
 

Answer:Voice recognition built into Windows: Vista?

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Client is using Windows XP with Office 2007 and wants a voice recognition software primarily for her Office products. What is a good software that is not too expensive or possibly free?
 

Answer:Voice Recognition software for Windows XP / Office 2007?

Not sure if this will help, I don't use XP. Sorry if it's not what your looking for.
It's an old article but should still work, I would think anyways.
 

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With windows 8, a microphone icon appeared in the text message box and I could dictate my message. The microphone icon is gone now.

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Word 2013 problem while using Windows Speech Recognition
When I start speaking a little White Board pops out with Insert & Cancel radial buttons.
Is it possible to turn that White Board feature off and type directly into the word document? Or adjust it to allow more text to be inserted into the document.
The problem occurs whenever I put too much text into the White Board.
This is what I typed into the box:
The problem occurs whenever I put too much text into the White Board. Like this; and it only posts so much into the document and cuts the end of the sentence. missing below

This is what got pasted:
The problem occurs whenever I put too much text into the White Board. Like this; and the only post so much into the document an text not pasted
 

Answer:Word 2013 has problem with Windows Voice Recognition

I apologize for the confusing details.
I just want Windows Voice Recognition to type directly into Word 2013 without pressing that Insert button in the text approval box.
 

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I wrote genuine problem because I'm not just here to whine about the voice recognition not being accurate... I'm kind of new to it and so far the commands work pretty well, the only problem is that when I want to dictate writing it is completely obscure.  I say "start typing" and if i say individual letters it works fine but when I try to say any words it just seems to throw out random symbols sometimes completely unrelated letters.  I keep doing the training application but it doesn't help.  Also if anyone knows how to select things like the address bar or any other random text box on sites and things I need help with that.  Thank you for any responses.

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Ive tried to resetting my phone and tried the windows device tool with no luck

Answer:My windows phone voice recognition and cortana not working

We would need more details. While calling, does the person you're talking to hear you? Can you open OneNote and begin recording audio?
You may create a Windows Central account to respond in this thread.

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I've just purchased a brand new Sony Vaio netbook with Win7 Home Premium 64bit, (1.7Ghz CPU, 4GB RAM).

As soon as I activate the Windows Speech Recognition (WSR) software which comes with the Win7 OS, the computer becomes very unstable and fails to open programs, even the task manager (Ctrl+Alt+Del). As soon as I close WSR all of the commands (i.e. to open other applications) are suddenly executed.

I have updated the audio drivers, but this hasn't helped.

Answer:Windows Voice Recognition unresponsive and renders Win7 OS unstable

Even though this is a new PC, I would run the System File Checker

SFC /SCANNOW Command - System File Checker

Also, usually OEM PCs come loaded with bloatware and trial programs (lousy AV programs, etc.). You might look into seeing what something like PC Decrapifier finds on your system

The PC Decrapifier Wipes Unwanted Junk | The PC Decrapifier

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Question: Voice recognition

Bored at work and playing around with the laptop I noticed I had voice recognition capability on mine?Had no clue and was wondering if anyone uses it and how good is it.I have a HP Pavillion dv6 running win 7Thanks,MP.

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Question: voice recognition

new to computing,Ihave difficulty using keyboard can anyone recommend voice recognition package

Answer:voice recognition

Dragon 8 is one of the best click hereYou will have to be prepared to spend much time teaching the program to recognise the nuances of your voice. Even then you will find it is unlikely to be more than 95% accurate.

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Question: voice recognition

Hi all ,My daughter has a ds lite and it wont respond to voice recognition , is there a fix or send it backThanks ,civicr

Answer:voice recognition

If it is a recent purchase, I would take it back for exchange.

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Question: Voice Recognition

I have just been looking around in Vista, specifically, to see whether there was a way of configuring headsets, etc., as there is in XP... anyway, I found what I was looking for, but made another discovery....

It looks to me as though Vista has built-in voice recognition - is that correct? Or have I misinterpreted? Control Panel > Sounds > Recording tab > click on your input device > Configure - which then reveals a screen for Speech Recognition Options. The first heading is "Start Speech Recognition: Start using your voice to control your computer"

Has anyone else seen/tried this out yet please? Seems clever
 

Answer:Voice Recognition

It looks to me as though Vista has built-in voice recognition - is that correct?Click to expand...

Yes ...


There are some good, comical, videos of people "attempting" to get it to work with any proficiency ... though the best one was MS's own demo where the PC seemed to have a mind of its own.

I would say you need an old style BBC monotone voice ... do not make erm noises and do not swear or it goes off in a huff.

StarTrec it ain't, but it can be fun ... for a day.

Here is a good How To ...

http://articles.techrepublic.com.com/5100-10877_11-6165615.html

... take no notice of the security 'problem' supposedly associated with speech. It won't work.

MS's own site ...

http://www.microsoft.com/enable/products/windowsvista/speech.aspx



 

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Question: Voice recognition

Is there a program that will let me use voice recognition to open a file? What I want to do is program what I have to say for each file to be opened. So, for example, I could say "notepad" and Notepad would be opened. Or I could say "Tchaikovsky, William Tell Overture" and that song would open in Windows Media Player.(Hey, don't laugh at me, I like classical music)

EDIT: Oh, and I have the standard Windows speech recognition stuff already, so if the program uses that it would be great.
 

Answer:Voice recognition

try http://www.realizesoftware.com/ it is close to what you want, i think
 

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Question: Voice recognition?

Is there voice recognition software out there for Win 7? I would like to control my computer functions with voice.

Answer:Voice recognition?

Built-in: Use Speech Recognition to operate windows and programs - Windows Help

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OK, I know that Windows 7 can be control via microphone, but could the same control be accomplished through Bluetooth? Example, a USB Bluetooth Dongle connected to a Bluetooth earpiece?
 

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Being the slowest typist in town, I could really use a voice recognition software that would allow me to dictate letters, e-mails, etc.

Can someone refer me to a freeware program that'll work with Win98SE? Thanks.
 

Answer:Voice Recognition

a few on the following link are freeware. have to judge for yourself what is best.

http://downloadchoice.mmau.com/showpads.php?cat=Audio & Multimedia::Speech

and if you need more choices. see the link below.

http://www.google.com/search?hs=soE...are+freeware+program+work+Win98SE&btnG=Search
 

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Question: voice recognition

I'm trying to set up Voice Recognition for my computer.I go to the search box and enter voice recognition and select the tutorial. The tutorial opens but it's for windows 8.1 instead of 10! A box opens at the bottom and says this isn't for your version of windows, for help with Windows 10, click here.I click and it takes me to a Windows 10 page that says nothing about voice recognition tutorial. I hunt and find a section on voice tutorial.It tells me to go to my search box and type in Voice Recognition and then to select the tutorial there.Does this sound familiar... and a bit circular?WHY does my windows 10 computer have a Windows 8.1 tutorial on it and how can I get the correct tutorial ????  I just bought this computer in December and it came with windows 10 installed.

Answer:voice recognition

Hi Meenie50 - I also ran into this issue and contacted Microsoft.  I was told that the Tutorial that is being displayed also applies to Windows 10.  Apparently, the message on the bottom is just the site acknowledging that you have Winows 10 and you are viewing Windows 8 information.  Here is the link that shows the information for 10.http://windows.microsoft.com/en-ie/windows-10/getstarted-use-speech-recognition Hope this helps!

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Hey every one,

I don't have windows vista, but I plan on getting it some time this year. (hopefully) I know that Windows: vista has voice recognition built right in. I'm curious how is it? What can you do with it?

I'm very interested in hearing your guys/gals experiences.

Bigk
 

Answer:How's the voice recognition?

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Does anyone have any views on voice recognition software? I want to be able to download either from a digital recorder or ideally from a pocket pc pda.

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I'm looking for some kind of program for that will recognize my voice and execute commands according to that voice. It will mostly be C, or w/e language communicates with the USB/COM Servo controller i get. Does anyone have any experience with these kinds of programs? I'm very new to this topic, so any help would be appreciated.

thanks
 

Answer:Voice recognition for COM

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/d.../dnanchor/html/netspeechanchor.asp?frame=true
 

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Question: Voice recognition

I want to use voice-recognition in Spanish, I installED Windows in Spanish, when I go to voice-recognition I can install the microphone and the reading comes in Spanish. However when I go to start voice-recognition, a message appears that the interface and the computer language I not the same. It instructs me to go to the main panel of accessibility -- voice-recognition ' advanced options, but the option for a Spanish-language is not available

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Question: Voice recognition

I'm sorry in advance if this thread is already somewhere...

Are there any programs that can recognition my voice and log me into my account?

Answer:Voice recognition

Check out these 3 sites. They will be able to give you all the information you need about setting up voice recognition in Windows 7!

Setting Up Voice Recognition in Windows 7

Explore the features: Windows Speech Recognition

How to Use Speech Recognition with Windows 7 | Windows 7 News

I hope this helps!

Brett M,
Windows Outreach Team

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Last night i found the voice recognition thing and set it up and did the hole learn how to use thing and i opened up notepad to try it out and it worked great, Now today i went to the help vista understand you better option and it just kept pausing and still wont leave the saying"i am now talking to my computer"so i just exited out and it said that it is now finished once i left and now it wont spell a single word right, I have tried to re do the under stand you better thing but it still just sits on the fist page and wont work, If there is anyway i can reset it to its old file it used or something?? It is really annoying that it worked just yesterday and now i cant find how to reset it and i cant re record or anything. Please help
Thanks you!, Nick

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Question: Voice Recognition

I am wanting to purchase Naturally Speaking 7, or some other voice recognition software, i don't know much about them but was wondering which version i will need. I am a student in medical transcription and looking for at home jobs, will I need the very expensive medical version of this product, i have already purchased a medical spell checker that has near 70,000 medical words and drugs it spell checks for when i type, so will i need the medical one still? or do i get just a regular version like preferred or standard? By the way, i don't know what any of the versions are, i don't know the difference between any of them. CAN SOMEONE PLEASE HELP!!!
 

Answer:Voice Recognition

With the dictionary needed in the Medical profession, I believe you will need the one designed for that task.

There is a world of difference in the words used, and voice recognition software is simply not that accurate at the best of times.

I have tried it (Naturally Speaking) and given up, after many many hours of training it. My profession uses quite a few terms not in common use as well, but there is no special product for it.

The quality you end up with will be determined by how much you pay, how perfect your enunciation, how good your microphone is and how quiet the room is.

At the end it was faster to type than have to correct the errors. Some of these errors can be dangerous if not dicovered!
 

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Question: voice recognition

can someone tell me some good programs for this (i dont really want dragon naturallyspeaking )
 

Answer:voice recognition

bump
 

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I saw on a TV Show called The Screensavers and they were talking about how to turn on the XP voice recognition. But they forgot to mention how to get it installed first.

What I do remember is that they gave the following instructions.

Control panel

sounds, speech ect.

speech

In the speech properties there should have been a tab for speech recognition the only one I see is TEXT TO SPEECH.
How did they get speech recognition installed on their system Im positive it was an XP home system because they did not say anything about having to buy and install or about having XP PRO.

Any adeas on what they were talking about or did I miss something? Thanx
Regards,
Piringa
 

Answer:Voice Recognition on XP

I do know that XP will talk but I am not sure what your looking for. If you mean that you want to say into a mic commands for XP, then that might mean additonal software. At any rate, go to their web site and look through their show notes. Everything they say on air is there. BTW, I made that show live via my web cam last spring. It's a pretty neat show.
 

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Question: voice recognition.

i am trying to get voice recognition on my computer but the help files tell me to go and instil it from a option that does not eist what do i need to do to make srue i can put it on my computer.P.s i have win xp and a microphone (duh)

Answer:voice recognition.

Why not use something like this?http://www.amazon.com/Nuance-Communications-Inc-A309A-G01-10-0-NaturallySpeaking/dp/B001B5J7T8

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Hey I just got voice recognition to work really well on my computer as in I am writing it with this. I was wondering if I could have a list of all the voice commands that are avaliable for it.Using "Microsoft English Recognizer 5.1"I have googled and have had no luck.So far I have only found about 10 commands - Enter, Select All, Copy, Paste, Delete, Backspace, Etc.Thanks for any help.

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hey, I'm trying to get the voice recognition to work in ut2k4, and I'm having mixed results. I installed the MS SDK, trained it up, and even added the words I needed (like attack, defend, etc). However, sometimes it will work great for a while, other times the bots won't recognize a thing I say. I'm wondering if it would be possible to DELETE words from the recognition software, so I could strip it down to only what I wanted (the basic commands, pretty much). That would prevent it from subsituting words ut2k4 doesn't recognize, for example "anyone" for "everyone".

Any thoughts?
 

Answer:MS voice recognition

well heres what it says about voice commands in the manual:

VOICE COMMAND
Bots can be commanded with your voice. Press the “Activate
Microphone” key, and clearly speak your command. To specify which
bot to use, you must say the callsign, such as Bravo or Charlie, which
shows up in the scoreboard or in the beacon that is displayed over
their head. After the callsign, speak the appropriate phrase for the
order. For example “Bravo, cover me.”
Supported commands include:
DEFEND: Defend the base.
ATTACK: Attack the enemy base.
COVER ME: The bot will protect you.
FREELANCE: The bot acts as a rover.
HOLD POSITION: The bot comes over and holds your current position.
STATUS: The bot provides its current status.
GIMME: The bot gives you their current weapon.
There are also some hidden voice commands that you will have to discover
for yourself. Only English voice recognition is supported.Click to expand...
sounds to me like it's not using the microsoft voice rec software, as it says nothing about installing or training the software, although it does say you need to say their callsign and then the command, and the list of commands isn't a huge list either.
 

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Question: Voice Recognition

Does anyone know any good voice recognition programs out there. I want one that will type my stuff for me as i speak. should be nice for homework essays and stuff...

Answer:Voice Recognition

IBM Viavoice, I think it's called. I have this, although I never liked it. Always made mistakes and stuff. It was quicker just to type. Viavoice has been around for many years now, maybe newer versions are better.

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I am able to hear my voice via microphone to speakers, but that's about all I know about uses of a microphone. I am interested in voice recognition and have found lots of information on installation, what to download, etc. etc. on the Internet, but reading all about it has confused me to no end. My OS is
Windows XP. I sure would appreciate some guidance from you guys. Like I said, I'll probably have to start from scratch because this is new to me and I don't know anything about it. I may be asking for too much help, but I hope not!! Thanks so much!
 

Answer:Voice Recognition

If you are talking about voice reconition software, there are two good products I've found for XP. They are Dragon Naturally Speaking {standard} and IBM's ViaVoice Pro. I use the Dragon software from time to time.

There is a "learning" curve for both the software and for the user. Once you teach it and it teaches you, the results are really amazing in my view.

If you want to buy a CD, I'd check on Ebay.
 

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I'm curious if anyone knows if Dragon Naturally Speaking ( http://www.nuance.com/naturallyspeaking/ ) still the best voice recognition software? I haven?t tried it in years, has it gotten better in the meantime. Anyone tried a recent version?

Answer:Voice Recognition

I have Dragon Naturally Speaking 8... never used any version before that one, but at the moment, I had to put it on hold because of computer issues on the computer it was installed on.It seems great, .... just talk, and it'll type up what you're saying. I also need a better microphone. I am using the mic that came with my web cam, but that crap is between my ear and my mouth (the mic). I need the mic DIRECTLY in front, or near my mouth.As far as one more recent than the version 8, I have no idea if there is even one available.

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Question: Voice Recognition

Hi everybody,
I wonder if there is a hardware that can function as a frequency analyzer in order to recognize voices. I need this hardware to be connected to a computer and it should somehow report to the computer if there is a match between the input voice and a voice already stored.

Please help!!
Thanks,
Nadushka

Answer:Voice Recognition

You think a frequency analyser would be sufficient to "match" two voice signals? I haven't done any work on speech recognition - but that sounds highly doubtful. I would imagine that u need extract much more specific features from the signals than the basic frequency content itself.

In anycase, that being said, u want the frequency analysis to be done in the h/w itself? As opposed to just having a microphone and running the analysis s/w on the computer?

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Hey is Dragon ( http://www.nuance.com/naturallyspeaking/ ) still the standard in voice recognition software? Anyone have the latest version? Does it work well?
 

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In Windows 7 , there is a voice recognition function allows us to completely put aside the mouse and keyboard control the computer by voice only, finished editing the document, the use of software and a series of operations.

Speech recognition has become a very important application. It can be found in the Control Panel “Speech Recognition” option, in addition to panel we can type “speech recognition” in the search field enter after clicking start menu to run it:

Windows speech recognition-1

Hit enter and the Speech Recognition Windows will run for the first time:

Windows speech recognition-2

Just follow the instructions written there and you will be able to setup the microphone:

Windows speech recognition-4

Follow the instructions on the screen and you will reach this never explored world of Windows 7:

Windows speech recognition-7

This is interactive first run tutorial for Windows 7 Voice recognition system!

Just try it and you will feel how nicely the Microsoft team has worked to make it “Life without walls”. The speech recognition status bar will be on after the setup:

Windows speech recognition-9There is extensive list of the commands to control it in the Windows 7 Help and Support file. Just launch Help and Support and type “Speech Recognition” ; a list will come, read to explore the world of Windows 7 speech recognition:

Windows speech recognition-10

Here is a small video to show you ... Read more

Answer:Voice Recognition to control your PC

An excellent tutorial. Very well done.

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HiI spend a lot of time on various forums, is there such a thing as voice recognition software.What I?d like to do is speak which translates directly into a post instead of constantly typing.By the time I?ve typed and posted, the forum has moved on.

Answer:Voice Recognition Software

After trying lots of version of voice recognition software - and rejecting it as being more trouble than it's worth, I have just bought click here which, so far I'm quite impressed with. There are cheaper versions of the software if you look around e.g without the wireless facility but, it is quite costly, even so.

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Hi all

This is just a quick question for all of you out there. I am physically disabled, and at the moment have trouble typing. I was wondering if anyone knew of any kind of Voice Recognition Software out there, that I could download, that would pretty much control the whole computer........that is to say, control my Windows XP environment, and my applications.

Any advice would be very much appreciated

Thanks
 

Answer:Looking for Voice Recognition Software. Can anyone help?

http://www.voiceflux.net/

Nitrous Voice Flux is a voice recognition and system control utility made by Nitrous Online. Voice Flux has been downloaded and used through out the world for many different tasks; from simplifying day-to-day tasks to aiding the disabled in their computer use. Voice Flux is designed for to take commands and react accordingly, not to be a continuous dictation application for writing documents. These commands can range from simply opening a program, file, or website, to the more advanced scripting that allows the user to create complex instructions to automate tasks and make their computer experience better.

FREEWARE for personal use.
 

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I have OfficeXP and a headset and installed Microsoft's speech recognition software for use in Word and a few games. I think it may be the source of some sluggishness I've been having, but that isn't the issue, I want to know if there is a way to permenantly turn off the software or uninstal it completely. I'm not sure what it's called, sorry.

Thanks.
 

Answer:Voice Recognition Problem

Click Start | (settings) | Control Panel
Double-click Regional and Language Options.
Click the Languages tab, and then click Details.
Under Installed services, click Speech Recognition,
click Remove, and then click OK.
Click OK to apply all the changes.
 

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I am looking for some good Voice recognition software...

I need something that will recognise 99.9% of the commands (100% would be better)

Does such a thing excist?

Thanks,

KGB
 

Answer:Voice recognition software?

not unless you've got a few mil to spend.

there are some pretty decent ones about but no way near 100% accurate (and only if you have an american accent!!!)

J
 

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I'm researching different voice recognition solutions for one of the big guys in our company. It has to be easy to use, very quick to learn his voice and provide great flexibility.
I've read some web site stats on the more popular utilities (eg ViaVoice) but I'm looking for personal opinions from those who might have experience with this type of software.

Thanks in advance.
Kevin
 

Answer:Voice recognition suggestions?

I use Dragon Natually Speaking. You can use it immediately after initial program setup. However, if you give it a some time to learn your voice (maybe an hour) it works real well. It can be set up for different users.

I use it for Word and it works almost flawlessly. But it took a few hours of correcting for it to learn my voice that well. Not sure what other software its compatable with. Also, you can use it to navigate windows.
 

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Anyone have any experience with the latest voice recognition software, like Dragon Naturally Speaking. I know it's got a lot better as computers have got faster. I'm thinking about buying some for posting in IM's but mainly in the many forums I vist.
 

Answer:Voice Recognition Software

Naturally Speaking is basically the king. I've used it and it works quite well, and I know many large-scale companies that use it as well.
 

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Does anyone have any thoughts or recommendations about the best VR sogtware to us on my elderly Dell laptop - 440 Pentium 2 processor, 56 mb RAM,6GB HDD, Win 98SE?Thanks.

Answer:Voice recognition software.

Dragon Dictate Standard edition

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Has anybody had any experience with voice recognition software?

We're looking to purchase some for a business associate so that he can dictate his memo's right into his text editor.

We're not sure what the best one's are. If anyone has any experience dealing with these please let me know if the software you used was good/bad and/or worth the price.

Thanks
 

Answer:Voice recognition software

I have a client using Dragon Naturally Speaking and he really likes it. I think it took a bit to train it in the beginning but he thinks it was worth it.
 

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Can anyone tell me how well the software (Talk It Type It) or (Via Voice) work? Or can you recommend a good one?

Answer:voice recognition software

What would you use it for? Word processing? If so then the new versions of Microsoft Word have one built-in... Also, I know that some programs are good, and some aren't... Via Voice wasn't one of the better ones... If you can use Microsoft Word, do it.[glb]Flame[/glb]

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Hi folks, I have been playing around with W8 voice recognition which, with a little coaching, seems to work pretty well.
However, I remember reading some time ago that Microsoft had, for some peculiar reason, prevented the use of VR to issue a shutdown command. I have tried all ways to workaround this including a 3rd party program which claims to do it but so far have been unable to get the desired result. Has anyone managed to do this and if so, would they please enlighten me as to how it can be done.
 

Answer:Voice recognition shut down

It is possible to put a shutdown command on the desktop I.e. an icon with the properties %windir%\System32\shutdown.exe -s -t 00

If you name it 'bedtime', then if you speak 'bedtime!', it should activate shutdown ? maybe ?
 

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i heard windows vista has voice recognition so i was wondering if well ever get voice recognition on windows xp i sure hope we do cause that would be so cool
 

Answer:voice recognition on vista what about xp

Not fully in XP but can be used with MS Office
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/setup/expert/moskowitz_02september23.mspx

think we are many years off a viable/reliable voice control system as you see used in sci-fi programs like star trek etc.
 

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Hello,
I discover with pleasure that the Voice Recognition feature built in Windows 7 performs surprisingly well when dictating; it compares with specific voice recognition applications. Still, I would have a few queries to make.

My first question is "Which one of these sub-forums would deal with this subject matter?" (for I guess not many people are interested in this function).

Then, in case it is this 'General Discussion' sub-forum,
1) Could I use the Voice Recognition function for more than one language? (currently I have access to it only in the language for which Windows 7 has been set up, Spanish in my case).

2) Number format: When I dictate a number, it gets written in Roman format; how do I change that?

Thanks in advance for any help.
ACA

Answer:Voice Recognition, quite good

1) You would need Seven Ultimate (I think), as that is the only one that can hotswitch languages.

As for the second, I would look in Voice Recognition settings.

~Lordbob

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Hi,

Does anyone know of any good voice recognition software that I could use to help write long reports? Any recommendations? I am not looking for a freeware. I will pay for the product.

Any response greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Jack.
 

Answer:Voice Recognition Software

I have had good experiences with Dragon Naturally Speaking.
 

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Hi, I have some audio files of lectures, and am trying to figure out if there's any way for me to transcribe them myself without the speaker having to train the software.

Thanks,
Karen
 

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Has anyone used the voice recognition that comes with Vista?
What are your thoughts?
Any comparisons to Dragon Naturally Speaking 9 or even the older L&H VoiceXpress5?
I'm familiar with both and wonder how the Vista version compares.
Thanks.
(to the mods...I'm asking here rather than in Reviews because the traffic here is greater by far and focused at Vista users to start with)
 

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The automatic voice recognition program will not operate. I have gone through the tutorial and got as much learning as I could, but the program will not activate when I go to Microsoft Word or Email. No words appear when I speak. There is a program which appears at the top of my screen but there seems no way of turning it on so that I can talk the words onto either Word or my email. Any suggestions how I can get it to work?

My first question on this forum.

Regards

Moongalba
 

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I have just installed a Parrot CK1300 Bluetooth Kit in my car, and I am very happy with it. The difficulty I am having is to do with the Voice Recognition Facility. I have a Scottish Western Isles Accent, and the Parrot Kit has great difficulty recognising what I say. Does anyone know of any helps or tutorials that would help me. Allan.
 

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Technical Preview 9926 installed Feb 12
Voice Recognition works on 1 user acct
But on 2nd user acct it does not even load in the minutest detail.
Any help is greatly appreciated.

Answer:Voice Recognition not working

Figured out that disabling Cortana brought back Voice Recognition.
Voice Recognition still not working like it did in 7, 8 & 8.1.
Am I missing something or is Cortana suppose to be replacing Voice Recognition. Even on desktops and laptops? This is a laptop.

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I was just wondering if anyone knows any free voice recognition programs or ones that have a free trial version?
 

Answer:Voice Recognition Programs

email me at the following address using voice recognition software in the subject line and we will talk.

[email protected]

Peter
 

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Hello,

Does anyone knows any free voice recognition programs to run on Win XP or ones that have a free trial version?

Thanks,
 

Answer:Voice recognition programs

Here's a toolbar that can do it: http://www.voicesearchbar.com/
Here's a list with more: http://www.dmoz.org/Computers/Speech_Technology/
 

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Just learning to use Windows speech recognition. Voice training going just fine until the mic hears some stray sound other than my voice, then, displays that question. The display lasts for a little while then goes off.

Is there a list of replies to that question that will help me and my laptop with voice training.

Thanks

Answer:What was that? asks the voice recognition mic bar.

It seems to respond to your breathing as well, not sure saying "it's only my breathing" would help though hehe.

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Need advice on which to buy. Accuracy is more important than features. The product will only be used for dictating documents.
Dragon NaturallySpeaking Home 11.5 (PC) seems to be popular (£63 @ Amazon). Would welcome comments on this product.
Any help gratefully received.
db.

Answer:Voice Recognition Software

I use Dragon

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hello. i play an online game called Americas army .the new patch has just been released and has support now for voice recognition to issue commands.

i have downloaded the file Speech SDK 5.1 from the Microsoft website which i was told to do. i have installed the program ,but now when i go to control panel speech i get this error.

the requested task cannot be carried out because the necessary engine could not be created. please select a different engine or different audio deviceClick to expand...

i need to train the voice recognition but cant get into it at all because of this error.

i run windows xp home edition.
2 gig ram
xfi gamers edition sound card
creative headset
amd duel core CPU

any help or advice would be much appreciated in this matter as I'm at a loss as to what is im doing wrong, thanks in advance

here is a link to actual thread in the aao tracker forums regarding voice recognition.

http://aaotracker.com/thread.php?threadid=178732
 

Answer:voice recognition problems..!!!!plz help

Welcome to TSG....

The first thing I would try is seeing if there are any new drivers for the audio card that you have and get them installed and if the one you have is the most current one download and install the current one anyway it might have a slight problem on your computer.

The other one about selecting another engine if there are any other engines that can be selected I would try selecting them one at a time. Also one query is, "What engine are they talking about?"
 

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I recently bought a Panasonic IC voice recorder and am looking for a voice recognition program (preferrably free or very cheap) to use with it to convert the audio files to text. Only thing is, I don't just want to dictate, I want to be able to convert any voice file to text (such as a lecture) so I need something that doesn't require the software to be trained to recognize a specific voice. I know such programs exist but are very expensive or are designed for Mac (I'm using Win XP Home). Any ideas?
 

Answer:voice recognition software

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Can anyone recommend some software that will enable you to talk to your pc and convert your speach into text?

Answer:Voice recognition software

Dragon Naturally Speaking used to be a good one. A "Lite" version was given away on Magazine Cover Disks some time ago. I did give it a try a long time ago and found it needed quite a few hours to recognise your voice and get the words right. I never really used it seriously though, because, as a fairly proficient (70 wpm) typist I found I could type quicker than Dragon could recognise the words.It still appears to be available but at a price though.click here

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OK, I keep trying to set up voice recognition on Vista but it just constanly claims that my audio hardware is not set up correctly. It does this on both computers of which I can assure you the sound hardware does in fact work perfectly.In advanced options it claims that the "Engine" could not be started.

Answer:Vista Voice Recognition

System specs ? ?You know the drill by now.

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hi,

i'm quadriplegic and totally paralyzed except for limited use of my left hand only. i type with my middle finger. yesterday, i read the following post on a disability message board. i have XP home edition. i bought the pc from dell;they included wordperfect, not word, so we re-installed my word97.

where is this voice-recognition prgm located? can i, too, utilize it? i cannot find it!

ty,
joy

POST:
XP has free built-in speech recognition
i was thinking about buying speech recognition (prob dragon) and i did a search and found "xp speech rec". i went to the article... said it was built-in as long as i had word2002 or worksSuite. all. i had to do was train it (need a micropohone too). the more i use it the better it reads my voice. i'm using v.r. now and occasionally correcting the s.w. using the keyboard. doesn't xp mean xp home? try your help menu (type in 'voice recognition). works great once you train it. i love it so far....plus it's built-in to xp so v.r. is free (need a microphone).
http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/features/2001/apr01/04-18xpspeech.asp
---------------------------------------------------------------------I have win/xp home, and it has built in speech recognition. A nice surprise! Have fun...
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How big a problem is making corrections? Dragon corrections make it faster to hunt and peck than to use the system. I'm sure others are much bet... Read more

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Need some help here if you can.My wife puts lots of items on EBay auctions, and is only a one fingered typer. Is it worthwhile my buying her a VRP in the hope that she will be able to dictate her auction items to page.?If so, can you reccommend a good programme.?Thanks in advance.

Answer:Voice recognition programme.

This click here is all I could find that may help.

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The Voice Recognition in Cortana was working. I had to Restart my computer. It quit working. I re-installed my microphone but it still would not work. My microphone is located in my Monitor along with my Web Cam. Why did this happen? It was working fine and after Restart it quit.

Jay Taunton

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Since I dont have enough to buy one.I DL a freeware at naturalreader.com.

ok.so how do I make this thing work.I`m tired of typing with one finger for 5 yrs.or give me a better site I could go for Free voice recognition.thanks.

I allways write down the files just in case I have to do a search and delete them if it dont work.
 

Answer:Voice Recognition software.

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Hi,


I'm helping a guy buy a new pc. Need some info on what specs I should look for.
First some background info... He is a 70 year old with a visual impairment. so he bought some expensive microphone (I'm guessing with voice recognition software included) to help him write his book. Now I was wondering if the rig would need anything special. I was thinking an i3-i5 with 4gb ram and "onboard" gpu (should be on cpu I guess lol) and a soundboard that has the jack needed etc.
does he need extra ram/cpu power for such a thing? and does his soundcard need any special specs appart from the right ports?

any help would be much appreciated. I don't want him to have a bad first experience.
 

Answer:Build for voice recognition

The existing spec sounds perfectly adequate for most voice recognition purposes, you don't normally need super bandwidth for audio processing (unless he wants to record a 128-track prog rock octaphonic mega album or suchlike!). The popular apps for this (Dragon Naturally Speaking, Shout etc. etc.) seem perfectly happy with standard soundcards/RAM/mobo/CPU etc., the critical elements are the microphone (hopefully his expensive one will be good quality) and spending some time and patience on training the software to the nuances of the user's individual voice and accents.
Of course, if money's no object, speccing it up can do no harm, though!
 

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It should be faster to produce documents by voice, right? Anyone used any recent speech recognition technology? Good? I work as a translator and in theory this could make me a lot more money. Been looking at Dragon Naturally Speaking ( http://www.nuance.com/naturallyspeaking/ ), anyone use it?

Answer:best voice recognition software?

nuance is supposed to be good, i cant speak from experience, though. you've probably seen this, but microsoft's voice recognition is actually really good:

http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/u...ptember23.mspx

and best of all, it's free!

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Has anyone any experience of using voice recognition software to do word processing, type letters etc????????.......Is it worth the expense ?

Answer:VOICE RECOGNITION SOFTWARE ????????

I would say that its only worth the expense if you are unable to use your hands. My wife uses it, but her hands are really bad with arthritus, so she does find it useful. She has found that it takes a fair amount of "training" as well, so i suppose that it depends how much you are planning to use it to make it worthwhile. The faster spec machine you have makes a lot of difference as well. I think there is a lot of processing going on.

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I was a big fan Of IBM Via Voice when I was using Win98

Does anyone know of a good voice recognition program for WinXP
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Cheers
 

Answer:Voice Recognition Software In Xp

This has already been discussed by none other than me.

The search feature is your friend.

http://www.techspot.com/vb/showthread.php?s=&threadid=1829&highlight=Voice

Dragon Naturally speaking would also be a voice recognition program that can be used in WinXP.
 

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My language, and that of my computer, is Spanish.
The voice recognition program in Windows 7 is quite good; and I use it a lot.

But mine performs very poorly in numbers and figures: sometimes it writes them as Roman numbers --and there are no other options apparenty--, but most often it fails to recognize them, especially four digit dates.
Thank you for any help
ACA

Answer:Voice recognition - Numbers

I have thousands of hours experience with Dragon Naturally Speaking, but none with Windows voice recognition.

My suggestions would be:

For 743, have you tried:

"numeral 7 4 3" or "numeral 7 numeral 4 numeral 3"???

For "July 12, 1939", have you tried "July numeral 1 numeral 2 comma numeral 1 numeral 9 numeral 3 numeral 9"?

VR programs usually have more than one way to express numbers and which works best can depend on context.

I'm guessing there is little help in Windows Help? I'm wondering if any books have been written on Windows VR?

Dragon works quite well with a little experience. I could dictate and proofread/manually correct a 5000 word article in about 60% of the time it would take to manually type and proofread/correct the same article. You have to enunciate well and speak in an even cadence. Errors are inevitable and you have to accept maybe 10 or 20 per typical printed page, but often you can go for 30 or 40 words with no errors--when speaking at near conversational speed.

What do you mean by a 4 digit date? Dragon has a setting for understanding dates as naturally spoken and it works pretty well.

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I have literally hundreds of hours of excellent quality audio of my (late) father speaking. I would very much like to be able to use Windows 7 voice recognition to transcribe these audio's into text, but from what I know about speech recognition apps - they all seem to require training via a microphone (not an audio recording). My question is whether any of you here have managed to do what I would like to do, either with Windows 7 or any other voice recognition app?
 

Answer:Win 7 voice recognition question

This and This seem to be the 2 better M/soft tutorials -
Sorry but I do not know of any other How to use Windows 7 voice recognition programs -
 

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I am looking for a software that will type out words as they are spoken into a mic. A software that will work in forums such as this one as well as in instant messaging and chat rooms . I would also like to know if there are softwares avalible that work with all voice comands. Thank you in advance.

Title edited & thread moved to proper forum
Didou
 

Answer:Voice Recognition Software

IBM has the best: http://www-306.ibm.com/software/voice/viavoice/

Alternative Lernout & Hauspie: http://www.lhs.com/

Also Dragon naturally speaking: http://www.dragontalk.com/
 

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Hi all! I have a friend who is nearly blind and has heard about voice recognition software. Is there such a thing and if so where do I get it? Also anyone have a preference on a specific brand?Thanks!Beckah

Answer:Voice Recognition software

Voice recognition software has been around for at least 20 years. Early versions were hit or miss and required a lot of "training". I understand newer versions are better (they will never be 100% perfect). You might want want to do a Google search and check out the various options. Dragon Naturally Speaking is one of the oldest and best known products and is probably pretty good.

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Greeting,

I'm trying to run an application, named Da51, STK, and POS, which are written in MS-DOS based since 20 years ago.

Now here's the thing, I tried to right-click on the .exe file.
- A box (which suppose to be ms-dos box) pop-up and immediately disappeared.

I execute command.com, I went to that folder, and manually type in the command myself.
- 1st attempt, nothing happen
- 2nd attempt, an error message pop up.

16 bit MS-DOS Subsystem
C:\Windows\system32\command.com
The NTVDM CPU has encoutered an illegal instruction.
CS:0000 IP:0077 OP:f0 37 05 0e 02 Choose 'Close' to terminate the application.

p/s: Please take note that, all these applications are RUNNING WELL in Windows 98.

I research online, went to http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314106 and http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;314495. But both doesn't really solve my problem.

I manage to run command.com. However, I'm confused with this part.

Check program-specific issues
The following functions do not work in Windows XP:
• All MS-DOS functions except task-switching API (application programming interface) functions are supported.
• Block mode device drivers are not supported. Block devices are not supported, so MS-DOS I/O control (IOCTL) APIs that deal with block devices and SETDPB functions are not supported.
• Interrupt 10 function 1A returns 0; all other functions are passed to read-only memory (ROM).
• Interrupt 13 c... Read more

Answer:Running MS-DOS based application on Windows XP

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Greeting,

I'm trying to run an application, named Da51, STK, and POS, which are written in MS-DOS based since 20 years ago.

Now here's the thing, I tried to right-click on the .exe file.
- A box (which suppose to be ms-dos box) pop-up and immediately disappeared.

I execute command.com, I went to that folder, and manually type in the command myself.
- 1st attempt, nothing happen
- 2nd attempt, an error message pop up.

16 bit MS-DOS Subsystem
C:\Windows\system32\command.com
The NTVDM CPU has encoutered an illegal instruction.
CS:0000 IP:0077 OP:f0 37 05 0e 02 Choose 'Close' to terminate the application.

p/s: Please take note that, all these applications are RUNNING WELL in Windows 98.

I research online, went to http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314106 and http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;EN-US;314495. But both doesn't really solve my problem.

I manage to run command.com. However, I'm confused with this part.

Check program-specific issues
The following functions do not work in Windows XP:
? All MS-DOS functions except task-switching API (application programming interface) functions are supported.
? Block mode device drivers are not supported. Block devices are not supported, so MS-DOS I/O control (IOCTL) APIs that deal with block devices and SETDPB functions are not supported.
? Interrupt 10 function 1A returns 0; all other functions are passed to read-only memory (ROM).
? Interrupt 13 calls that deal with prohibited disk access are not s... Read more

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A user has resized a window within a hosted web application to the point where it is exactly OK/too small, meaning it flickers back and forth between having scroll bars and not. While it is in this state, it essentially freezes out any other [COLOR=green !important][COLOR=green !important]commands[/COLOR][/COLOR] in the window or ability to resize it. Are there any ways to interupt this, delete application window size preferences or other ideas? I know this is data that is stored locally as I can execute the same functions on another PC sucessfully. This is viewing of a web hosted PC based medical application by a standard PC running Windows 7, IE9. Is there a way to delete user preferences for the application so it will default to orginal window sizing?

Thanks!
 

Answer:Re-Sizing of Web Based Application Windows

As a workaround, you could try a free program I use myself to automatically resize your different applications. I know how annoying this can be, in my case, especially for Internet Explorer.

AutoSizer
 

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i have checked the box for  Voice Recognition on start up.  I have a good mic, I have trained my VR Now I want to use it.  When my computer starts, I get the Welcome to Speech recognition page to setup VR, but not the program itself.  Many people have asked this question and the only answers i've seen  are to train VR and/or check the startup box.  Do I need to download the program itself?  

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Hi'ya.

So to explain further what I want.. I want to for instance tell my computer to do stuff like checking email by saying "email" or whatever is possible. Until now I couldn't do this becasue I had the Norwegian version of XP but I ordered the English version online and installed that.

Anybody here know what I need to get something like this to work? What I can do with this and what applications I need to pull this off.

I have Microsoft Speech SDK 5.1 installed, my old Windows wouldn't let me install it so am I good to go if I get some nice apps?
(Free apps is top be preferred since I can't buy anything to my rig until after Xmas. Appreciate any input

Answer:Speech/voice Recognition Utilities?

Here's a link on how to configure and use Speech recognition in XP: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/306537

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Hello,

I was wondering if any one knew of a FREE WARE program that i could use my voice to do things in games. For example if i'm playing a first person shooter I could tell the computer to reload the gun by simply saying "reload".

bigk
 

Answer:Useing voice recognition in games

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Hello all,

I know there have been other threads regarding this but it has been some time.

I have Windows 7 Home Preimium and use a Logitech g35 headset. I use the headset as default for audio and speakers, and actually broadcast a Internet Radio Show with it weekly for the past number of years, as well as using it for other high end audio recording and voice overs.

I have gone through the Wizard for the voice recognition and it refuses to register or see the microphone when it comes to reading the script. I have tested the microphone on Audacity and it records properly. Sound is working properly, just not being accepted by voice recognition.

Has there been any other solutions since the last postings. The answers there have not seemed to fix this issue. Thank you for your time in this matter.
 

Answer:voice recognition and microphone will not work

bump
 

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