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Riche

No Joy WIN 7 Speech Recognition.

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Hi all,

 

Looking into Purchasing NGX rebooted once released, But I have  already run into problems with SR not working at all , so I know my mic is working as i use it for vatsim, also checked i can use windows recorder , which worked.

So i open SP and click on Start SP , First error box says Wizard could not launch ( No audio input device found), OK , (Make sure your audio hardware is working properly etc etc).

OK , Then click Set up Microphone  Error box: Speech Properties (Your current default speech engine does not support this action at this time) OK.

i Then Click  Advance Speech options .  Box says ( The requested task cannot be carried out because the necessary engine could not be created, please select a different Audio device) OK.

Speech Properties then opens.

Language is (US), Default speech profile is ticked, all user settings is un ticked, I click on Audio input at the bottom & sound devices show up , in recording tab i see my mic with green tick all enabled & working, Click OK. then click advance tab in speech properties , i then have Audio input settings for speech, I have  tried (use preferred audio input device & also tried ( use this audio input device ) selecting my mic. 

Uninstalled realtek sound driver clean  reinstalled them still nothing.

Anything else I have googled also isn't working.

I'm quite pc literate but this one has really stumped me , The win 7 install is still very fresh too.

Any help fixing or identifying this problem would be very much appreciated .

Cheers

     Riche

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Hi Richie,

 

Sounds like something is really messed up on your system somewhere.

 

I'd try Googling it.

 

Also, Win 10 is coming out next month... that'll give you an excuse to do a fresh clean install.

 

Maybe that'll clear up the issue.

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Yeah , that was my thinking as well win 10,

Cheers anyway

Riche

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Have you used system mechanic or a registry fixer. That will play havoc with the speech programs

 

Regards ted kiser

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Hi ted

Yes I have used CCleaner & used the registry cleaner part, So is there any way of checking registry or fixing it rgd speech recognition if it is a registry problem.

Cheers

Riche

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Unfortunately there is no fix other than reload. There is a fourm topic I think system mechanic blues that talks about this problem.

When i get home i can look it up.

 

Regards ted kiser

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Yes, please don't run those "System Cleaners"... they can cause havoc on systems.  Personally I think they're a bit of a sham.  You don't need them.

 

I've never used one in my life and my system runs perfectly.

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wondering if it's posible too repair or reinstall speech recognition ? Any how. I've read there are other speech recognition softwares out there , would any of them work with the new rebooted version ?

 

Riche

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I have tried every thing I could to repair

And nothing worked but a reload worked on this problem for 6 months till I found out problem. Search what I said earlier it has most of your answers.

From my experience a reload of windows is the only answer.

Sorry ted kiser

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would any of them work with the new rebooted version ?

 

No, you need Microsoft Speech Recognition, not anything 3rd party.

 

As mentioned, Win 10 is out next month.  Most of you will get it for free.  It's a great OS.  1000 times better than Win 8.

 

The beauty in Win 10 for FS2Crew is that it should give all non-anglo sphere users the option to install the English - US language pack (like Win 8 did).

 

Win 10 gives you an excuse to do a clean install.

 

Cheers,

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Yep win 10 it is then , so can you release reboot same time as win 10 please , just for me!! Lol.

Cheers

Riche

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