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Windows 7: Dragon Naturally Speaking

07 May 2009   #1
GLR

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
 
 
Dragon Naturally Speaking

I have used Dragon Naturally Speaking 10 on 7 Beta but cannot install it on the RC - it comes up with an error : - "Error 2753 The file ctfmngr.exe is not marked for installation"
Nuance have no answer at this time -- can anybody help please?

By the way I think you have all done a wonderful job with this forum over the last few months. I have had lots of help!
Thank you


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07 May 2009   #2
zZanthraXx

Windows 7 (7127)
 
 

I havent used Dragon for a long long time, but did you know that Win7 has speech recognition built in? I havent used the win7 version yet- but you may want to give that a go since its already installed.
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07 May 2009   #3
GLR

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
 
 

Thanks ZzanthraXx -- I use Dragon a lot for speech to text and have found it the best.
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08 May 2009   #4
AnonymousX

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit (6.1, Build 7600)
 
 

Dragon is the best. I used to use it on XP and it's awesome.
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30 Jan 2010   #5
Ritter197

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by zZanthraXx View Post
I havent used Dragon for a long long time, but did you know that Win7 has speech recognition built in? I havent used the win7 version yet- but you may want to give that a go since its already installed.
It does not work in windows 7, 64 bit! Even though I can do all the lessons fine.
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30 Jan 2010   #6
V3xar

Operating System Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate Build 7600
 
 

Hi Ritter197.

See : Dragon NaturallySpeaking
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