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upgraded to Windows 7.

 

Installed ED v528 with newest speechmike drivers 2.8.

 

however, getting erros or unable to start dictation with speechmike classic LFH5262.

 

ED recognizes its there and the buttons seem to register correctly on testing the speechmike in ED.

 

However, response is haphazard and essentially unusable.

 

Previously using the same speechmike on XP, no problems at all.

 

is there an issue with ED528?

 

anybody have this issue?

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I have used Express Dictate successfully with my HP5310M with HP USB docking station running Windows & Professional 32 bit until about two weeks ago. Since then the dictation cuts out after 10 - 60 seconds of recording. It can sometimes be restarted by stopping and restarting the dictation - for another similar period. I suspect that an update to Windows 7 may be the problem. I uploaded the patch recommended by NCH but it made no difference.

 

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upgraded to Windows 7.

 

Installed ED v528 with newest speechmike drivers 2.8.

 

however, getting erros or unable to start dictation with speechmike classic LFH5262.

 

ED recognizes its there and the buttons seem to register correctly on testing the speechmike in ED.

 

However, response is haphazard and essentially unusable.

 

Previously using the same speechmike on XP, no problems at all.

 

is there an issue with ED528?

 

anybody have this issue?

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I have a similar issue, though I am still using WindowsXP.

Have used ED4.05 for some time with Speechmike 6264, with no problem.

Upgraded Microphone to Speechmike lfh5274, and now find that the buttons don't (ever) start or control the dictation. As you found 'ED recognizes its there and the buttons seem to register correctly on testing the speechmike in ED', but they don't actually do the job. The problem is the same with ED5.33.

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