- Windows Vista and Windows 7 come prepackaged with Microsoft
Voice Recognition. Nissan Data Voice takes advantage of this and allows you
to give voice commands to Nissan Data Voice and hear Nissan Data Voice reply.
- In order to hear Nissan Data Voice you must have voices installed.
When you install Nissan Data Voice you are given the choice to install Microsoft's
Text to Speech Engine. Installing the Microsoft Text to Speech Engine will
give you the voices needed for Nissan Data Voice to speak.
How to Register the Software
- In the "Software Registration" window
of the Nissan Data Voice software (found under help in the menu bar), click
the button which says "Generate Registration Key". This key and
the first and last name you wish to use are used to create your product key.
When you receive your product key information, input it into the same "Software
Registration" window. You will be prompted to restart Nissan Data Voice
in order to enable the full version. This opens up all of the available features
of the software.
Getting the Voices to Work
- When you first install Nissan Data Voice you will need to
click the operating system you are using even if it is already checked. This
is found under Options in the menu bar. Next, make sure Voice On/Off is checked
even if it is already checked. Uncheck it and then recheck it. This is found
under Voice Settings in the menu bar. Next, check the voice type you wish
to use even if it is already checked. This is found under Voice Settings in
the menu bar. These actions will insure that the voice is turned on and working.
This will be corrected in a new version soon.
Downloading, Viewing or Saving Data
- For accurate results it is recommended that
the following functions be performed with the key in the on position and the
engine not running. These are, downloading and saving the BIN file using the
BIN File Downloader, downloading the maps using the Map Viewer and viewing
the E.C.U. register locations using the E.C.U. Register Viewer.