Tag Archive: 64-bit

Feb 07 2009

ISO Backups = Happiness…

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The process of getting new devices and toys to play with on your computer are always so fun. You get a neat little device with a driver disc; you load the driver disc, install the drivers and then plug in your new toy and wha-la! But alas, what’s to become of your driver disc? I …

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Jan 28 2009

CREATIVE: An Insult to Customer Service

Once in a while you run across exceptional service and support from various software or hardware providers and for a moment your faith in corporate tech support is exonerated, but this is not one of those tails. This is a story of complete and utter failure; an example of the inability to read, absence of …

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Jan 11 2009

Windows 7 (b7000): Speech Recognition Testing

I’m not used reporting this, but I’m pleasantly surprised with the changes that Microsoft has made to the speech recognition portion of the operating system. This information is based upon the windows 7 beta version 64 bit. Like Vista, there’s not really an installation For speech recognition in Windows 7; It’s more like select the …

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Dec 01 2008

Shareware Models are Sexy

I was recently talking to a friend of mine and we were discussing the shareware and commercial software structures. And the more we talked the better I felt about shareware. Shareware is the concept in which someone is able to take the software, install it and try it out for x amount of time, if …

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Nov 07 2008

Dragon Naturally Speaking 10 on Vista 64; Oh no you did’n!

So I’ve the latest version of DNS [10] and I’ve got Vista 64, but the two were not meant to be. I mucked around, and mucked around, and I was able to get DNS 9 installed on Vista 64 [link] by making some changes to the MSI, but Nuance got smart and added a Visual …

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Oct 18 2008

Because Nuance won’t; How to install Dragon Naturally Speaking 9 on Vista 64

A couple weeks ago, I posted an article about Nuance and the fact it has completely ignored the customers with Windows 64 bit operating systems. Periodically, I’ve been checking this ‘Knowledge base’ article to see if there’s any progress, and mostly it’s in vain. From the Nuance website: http://knowledgebase.nuance.com/view.asp?60VQ=JLJG&5d7r4B=iv56n%20JH

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Sep 19 2008

Dragon Naturally Speaking v9 and v10 – The ‘Essentials’ Secret

Nuance recently released  [August 2008] their new version of their voice recognition software Dragon Naturally Speaking [DNS] version 10. And with every release they have touted greater speed and greater accuracy; the last version  [v9] you didn’t even have to train to start using. Hands down this package is excellent. DNS is the best voice …

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Sep 16 2008

Dragon Naturally Speaking v9 – 64bit

I recently purchased a new PC and I’ve been in the process or reloading and migrating to the new system. My new system is a 64bit Vista OS. For what I decided to get, I think I found a really good PC. It was an ACER Aspire x1200. Historically, I’ve been a person that would …

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