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Topic Title: 'Dragon should not be put in elevated mode.'
Topic Summary: Still getting this problem even after performing the KnowBrainer Quick Tip on it.
Created On: 11/07/2020 01:56 PM
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 'Dragon should not be put in elevated mode.'   - Brenda - 11/07/2020 01:56 PM  
 'Dragon should not be put in elevated mode.'   - kkkwj - 11/07/2020 03:28 PM  
 'Dragon should not be put in elevated mode.'   - Brenda - 11/08/2020 07:02 AM  
 'Dragon should not be put in elevated mode.'   - kkkwj - 11/08/2020 07:48 PM  
 'Dragon should not be put in elevated mode.'   - Mav - 11/09/2020 01:44 AM  
 'Dragon should not be put in elevated mode.'   - Brenda - 11/09/2020 09:40 AM  
 'Dragon should not be put in elevated mode.'   - Mav - 11/10/2020 01:16 AM  
 'Dragon should not be put in elevated mode.'   - kkkwj - 11/10/2020 12:56 AM  
 'Dragon should not be put in elevated mode.'   - Brenda - 11/10/2020 04:58 AM  
 'Dragon should not be put in elevated mode.'   - Mav - 11/10/2020 06:38 AM  
 'Dragon should not be put in elevated mode.'   - Brenda - 11/10/2020 07:39 AM  
 'Dragon should not be put in elevated mode.'   - Lunis Orcutt - 11/10/2020 12:31 PM  
 'Dragon should not be put in elevated mode.'   - R. Wilke - 11/10/2020 01:43 PM  
 'Dragon should not be put in elevated mode.'   - kkkwj - 11/10/2020 10:27 AM  
 'Dragon should not be put in elevated mode.'   - Mav - 11/11/2020 04:03 AM  
 'Dragon should not be put in elevated mode.'   - R. Wilke - 11/11/2020 12:39 PM  
 'Dragon should not be put in elevated mode.'   - PG LTU - 11/10/2020 10:30 AM  
 'Dragon should not be put in elevated mode.'   - PG LTU - 11/10/2020 01:28 PM  
 'Dragon should not be put in elevated mode.'   - Tiger Feet - 11/13/2020 12:40 PM  
 'Dragon should not be put in elevated mode.'   - Lunis Orcutt - 11/13/2020 01:14 PM  
 'Dragon should not be put in elevated mode.'   - R. Wilke - 11/13/2020 01:44 PM  
 'Dragon should not be put in elevated mode.'   - Tiger Feet - 11/13/2020 02:37 PM  
 'Dragon should not be put in elevated mode.'   - PG LTU - 11/13/2020 03:41 PM  
 'Dragon should not be put in elevated mode.'   - Tiger Feet - 11/14/2020 01:37 PM  
 'Dragon should not be put in elevated mode.'   - PG LTU - 11/14/2020 02:05 PM  
 'Dragon should not be put in elevated mode.'   - Tiger Feet - 11/14/2020 02:27 PM  
 'Dragon should not be put in elevated mode.'   - Brenda - 11/15/2020 12:28 PM  
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Brenda
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I have just renewed my computer. On the old one, imagine if neither Dragon or KnowBrainer is loaded.  If I then double click on the KnowBrainer icon on my desktop, this will load both programs.  If I do the same on my new computer, I get the message,

‘Dragon should not be put in elevated mode.’

I have read the Quick Tip instructions on elevated mode and followed them to a tee.

1. Click the "Start" button.
2. Click "Computer".
3. Double-click the "Local Disk C:" drive.
4. Double-click the "Program Files (x86)" folder.
5. Double-click the "Nuance" folder.
6. Double-click the "NaturallySpeaking15"folder.
7. Double-click the "Program" folder.

8. Right-click "natspeak.exe".  (There was only a "natspeak" with a compatibility tab on it).  No "natspeak.exe."

9. Select "Properties".
10. Click the "Compatibility" tab.

11. Clear the check mark from "Run as Administrator".  ("Run this program as an administrator" was already unchecked.

12. Click "OK".

I still get the same problem.  Why is this?  Has anybody got any other ideas how to solve this please?

Thank you.



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Brenda



DPI 15.61, Windows 10 64-bit, Intel Quad Core i7, 8 GB RAM, Nuance Wireless / Dragon-Bluetooth Headset



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