Windows 10: the new Text-to-Speech language install messes up my computer:(

Discus and support the new Text-to-Speech language install messes up my computer:( in Windows 10 Installation and Upgrade to solve the problem; I have followed the instructions in this article . in order to add another voice( (asaf/hebrew) to window 10, that will work with my own language... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Installation and Upgrade' started by Sigal Silver, Sep 6, 2018.

  1. Sigal Silver Win User

    the new Text-to-Speech language install messes up my computer:(


    I have followed the instructions in this article . in order to add another voice( (asaf/hebrew) to window 10, that will work with my own language (hebrew) in NVDA , which is a very popular screen reader software.


    this is the article :


    https://support.office.com/en-us/article/download-voices-for-immersive-reader-read-mode-and-read-aloud-4c83a8d8-7486-42f7-8e46-2b0fdf753130


    after that , the new voice worked well BUT , I can no longer change these settings in NVDA.

    http://prntscr.com/krco9g


    it is stuck on "Windows OneCore voices", and when I try to change to another option in the select menu , the NVDA software shuts-down.


    can you help me to figure out what happens , what in the installation of the new voice caused this?

    :)
     
    Sigal Silver, Sep 6, 2018
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  2. DadaKrsnasevananda Win User

    cannot hear text to speech until "new language pack installed"

    I have speech set to read incoming text messages aloud. However, when a message arrives a window pops up saying I can't hear it until a new language pack gets installed. It says I have to go to speech to install it but I find no option for installing
    it there. Any suggestions?
     
    DadaKrsnasevananda, Sep 6, 2018
    #2
  3. Kem Mon Win User
    Adding new languages to the Win10 TTS (Text-to-Speech) engine

    Hi,

    Upon analyzing the details on this thread, have
    you tried changing the region on your PC and Microsoft Account? It is
    possible that your text-to-speech did not work due to with the certain region/language you have set on your PC and Microsoft account. To change your region on your PC, follow these steps:


    • Go to
      Settings.

    • Choose
      Time & language.

    • Go to
      Region & language.

    • Change the
      Country or region
      that you currently in.

    To change the region on your
    Microsoft Account, follow these steps:


    • Sign-in to this
      link.

    • Click on
      Your info.

    • Click on
      Edit your personal info.

    • Change the
      City/Region
      that you are in and also the
      Time zone.

    After changing the regions, check if text-to-speech is now working.

    Keep us updated to assist you further.

    Regards.
     
    Kem Mon, Sep 6, 2018
    #3
  4. Brink Win User

    the new Text-to-Speech language install messes up my computer:(

    Microsoft Translator adds 6 new text to speech languages


    Source: Introducing 6 new text to speech languages Translator
     
    Brink, Sep 6, 2018
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