Hi Thomas,
Here is another post in Nextup for Windows 7:
Re: Change default pc voice in Win7 x64
by Jim Bretti ยป Mon Feb 28, 2011 1:43 pm

The default voice in Windows is set on the Windows speech control panel, but an issue you're going to run into is that 64 bit versions of AT&T voices are not currently available. On Windows 7 64 bit, click your control panel, and set the 'View By' to "Category". Then, click "Ease of Access" -> "Speech Recognition". In the left pane of the Speech Recognition setup, you'll see a link for 'Text To Speech'. Click that, and you'll be able to configure the windows default voice for 64 bit applications. This panel will display only 64 bit voices, so AT&T voices will not appear.

To configure the windows default voice for 32 bit voices, click your Start button, then click Computer. Copy and paste the following into the address field in Windows Explorer:

C:\Windows\SysWOW64\Speech\SpeechUX\sapi.cpl

This control panel will display your 32 bit voices, and AT&T voices should appear in this control panel. So you can then set Crystal as the default voice, but only for 32 bit applications.
Jim Bretti
NextUp.com


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