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Speech recognition Microsoft Word 2003

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Just installed the Intel 965lt with E6600 duo 2 processor and the speech recognition in word won't work. (Edit) Just found new driver for it any one having trouble like this look for driver 92XX I believe it is and it works excellent for my SigmaTel hardware. I'm not even typing this right now this is all through voice recognition, it will tighten any application emails and everything you basically don't even have to type ever again. Every now and then if you're not speaking clearly it may make a mistake but otherwise all this text beginning from the word edit above is from voice recognition. So anyone using SigmaTel hardware on their Intel 965 motherboards look for the 92XX driver it is on the Intel website.

Edited by MarkN, 04 May 2007 - 06:43 PM.

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