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    Posted: 09/Jan/2010 at 8:43pm

I just got WSRToolkit and am installing it on my Toshiba laptop that is running windows 7 x64. I installed the windows macro application as directed (even though it says it is for Vista). Every time I start WSRToolkit I get an error message telling me that the macro application is not installed.

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Originally posted by Msradell

I just got WSRToolkit and am installing it on my Toshiba laptop that is running windows 7 x64. I installed the windows macro application as directed (even though it says it is for Vista). Every time I start WSRToolkit I get an error message telling me that the macro application is not installed.
First of all, make sure Windows Speech Marcos is installed and running:
a. Click Start
b. Click All Programs
c. Is Windows Speech Recognition Macros in the Program List?
 
If Windows Speech Recognition Macros is not in the list, reinstall. If it is in the list, try starting it from All Programs. To confirm it is running, Open Task Manager (right click on a blank area of the Taskbar at the bottom of your screen). WSRMacros.exe should be in the list.
 
Finally, have you set the security to Low? If you see the blue oval WSRMacros icon in the lower right Taskbar, right click, click Security, click Set Security Level and set it to Low even if not recommended.
 
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