Windows Support Downloads
Programs for diagnosing and fixing problems with your Windows machines and Claro Software programs.
- SAPI 4 test program
- Lets you test which SAPI 4 voices are installed and working on your machine.
- SAPI 4 Fix
- Allows you to selectively remove broken SAPI 4 voice engines
- Microsoft SAPI 4 installer (SPCHAPI.EXE)
- Installs or repairs the Microsoft SAPI 4 speech engine.
- SAPI 5 test program
- Lets you test which SAPI 5 voices are installed and working on your machine.
- Microsoft SAPI 5 installer (SAPI5.MSI)
- Installs or repairs the Microsoft SAPI 5 speech engine.
- SAPI 5 Voice Remover
- Deletes voices from the list of available voices.
General Support files
- Microsoft Visual Basic 6 Service Pack 6
- Latest Microsoft runtime for Visual Basic 6. Should fix problems with msvbvm60.dll.
- Delete Scanner Settings
- Deletes your current ClaroRead PLUS or Scan2Text scanner settings. You can use this if you are having problems with Scan2Text and want to try a fresh Scanner Wizard session.
- Speech Control Panel
- Displays the Windows 32-bit Speech control panel that lists Claro voices.
- Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable (32-bit)
- Needed for the scanning (OCR) in ClaroRead Plus or Pro version 6.2 or earlier. Versions 6.5 and later, and Scan2Text 5 and later, do not need this.
- Microsoft XML 4.0
- Needed for the scanner wizard to work in ClaroRead Plus or Pro version 6.2 or earlier. Versions 6.5 and later, and Scan2Text 5 and later, do not need this.
- Top-Most Test Program
- Some Claro products such as ClaroRead make themselves top most so that they sit on top of all other applications. This program will check that top-most is possible on your computer.
- FileSystemObject Test Program
- In ClaroRead if Scanning or Extras do not load there maybe a problem with your computer’s FileSystemObject, this program will determine if this is indeed the case.
- Run MSI With Logging Program
- Having problems installing a Windows Installer MSI file? Run this first, then select the MSI, and a log file will be written to your Desktop that you can send to Support (or read yourself).