Is there a list of words spelt in the Canadian format that I can import into Dragon NaturallySpeaking

Yes, I have compiled a list of Ports needed to run the various modules available at part of the Philips SpeechExec Enterprise v4.0 solution.  Please keep in mind, you will only need to open the port for the modules you intend on installing. Database Server MSSQL: Port: 1433 Oracle: Port 1521 Back-End Server TCP Port:…


Is there a way to keep all of the Wave data when transcribing audio files through Dragon NaturallySpeaking v11?

Synopsis: When using the Transcribe feature in Dragon NaturallySpeaking, a user opens a WAV file to transcribe.  When a correction is made, Dragon will delete the syncronized audio.  Question: Can we tell Dragon to preserve that data? Answer: Yes, on your DragonBar, go to Tools > Options > Data > Advanced a select ‘Always Preserve…


I keep recieving a dialog box stating “You need to increase the size of the acoustic archives” help?

Synopsis: A dialog box is launched stating,You need to increase the size of the acoustic archives when trying to make a correction A dialog box is launched stating,You need to increase the size of the acoustic archives when trying to make a correction Problem: The data stored in the Dragon NaturallySpeaking correction archive has reached…


I received an Error 1330 during my Dragon installation, what can I do?

The following error message may appear when installing Dragon NaturallySpeaking 11:

Error 1330 – A file that is required cannot be installed because the cabinet file has an invalid digital signature. This may indicate that the cabinet file is corrupt. Error 24592 was returned by WinVerifyTrust.


Solution 1:

The cabinet file is not being read properly when the system is accessing the DVD. Use a flat-file installation method to install Dragon NaturallySpeaking 10 from the local hard drive:

Note: Depending on the speed of the DVD drive, it may take a few minutes to copy the contents of the DVD to the hard drive.

Note: If the cabinet error occurs when installing from a download, the downloaded files may be corrupt. Try downloading Dragon NaturallySpeaking 10 again and install from the new download.

Solution 2:

If solution 1 returns the same error message, install Dragon NaturallySpeaking 10 with a custom installation:

Note: When creating the new user profile, Dragon NaturallySpeaking will only install the vocabularies and language models that were selected during the new user creation process. When creating another user profile and selecting a different vocabulary or language model, Dragon will prompt for the installation files again (whether it was installed from a DVD or from the local hard drive).

Additional Information:

Verification Source: Nuance TechNotes & In-house testing