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3 when the braille sense usb driver setup wizard

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3) When the “Braille Sense USB Driver Setup wizard” appears, press the “Install” button. 4) When the installation wizard appears, select the “Next” button. 5) When the drivers are successfully installed, press the “Finish” button. 6) Connect the Braille EDGE 40 to the PC via the USB cable, and ‘terminal mode’ is displayed on the Braille EDGE.
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7) A. if using windows 7/8, Windows will locate and automatically install the drivers. If running XP, please use step B, and the subsequent numbered steps. B. When the “Found New Hardware Wizard” appears, select “Install from a specific location” using the “Down arrow”, and then press the “Next” button. 8) When the “Please choose your search and install option” message appears, select “Don’t search. I will choose the driver to install”, and press the “Next” button. 9) You are prompted to “Select the device driver you want to install for this hardware”, select “HIMS USB DRIVER” and press the “Next” button. 10) “Completing the Found New Hardware Wizard” should appear and press the “Finish” button. When you have finished installation of the USB driver on the PC, please follow the instructions for connecting the display with your screen reader via USB. 4.4.2 Connecting to PC via Bluetooth serial port The following steps will walk you through setting up the Braille EDGE 40 to be used as a Bluetooth Terminal for Screen Reader. These instructions assume that you already have Bluetooth installed on your computer. The following instructions also assume that you are running at least Windows XP, Service Pack 2. Before you begin, make sure that your Braille EDGE 40 is turned on and be aware of your Braille EDGE’s designated Bluetooth name. 1. Instructions for windows XP 1) Navigate to the Bluetooth icon in the System Tray. You may open the system tray by pressing "windows key-b", then press the Right or Left Arrow Key until you reach the Bluetooth icon. Then, press the "Applications” key".
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Note: If the Bluetooth icon does not appear in the System Tray, you may have to change the settings for the Bluetooth icon to appear. Go to the Windows Control Panel, Bluetooth Devices, Options, and check the check box that says "Show the Bluetooth Icon in the Notification Area". 2) Press the "up or down arrow" key until you get to "Open Bluetooth settings", and press "Enter". 3) Fromt the tabs list, use “Control-Tab” to select the Device tab. 4) Tab to the Add button, and press "Enter". 5) Press "Space" to check the checkbox for "My device is setup and ready to be found", and then press enter". 6) The XP machine should find the Braille EDGE 40 under the name "”BrailleEDGE---“where --- represents a numeric value. Remember that the Braille EDGE 40 must be turned on and the Bluetooth/USB switch in the “Bluetooth” position in order for the braille EDGE 40 to be discoverable. If you have forgotten to do these things, prepare the Braille EDGE as described, exit the Bluetooth settings, and start at step number 1 above.
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