By Omar Altahaineh, 10 September, 2018 Forum macOS and Mac Apps Hello I’m trying to install Windows 10 using narrator on bootcamp . However when I try to install windows on my MacBook everything goes fine , but I can’t turn on narrator on the set up screen like the other laptops. Thanks for your help Options Log in or register to post comments Comments What hotkey you use to turn What hotkey you use to turn it on? It is changed in Windows 10, CTRL+Windows+Return I use command plus control plus return Hello Thanks for your comment I’m sorry if I madE a confusion I mean I can’t turn it on in the installation process Narrator Make sure you're installing Windows 10 version 1703 or later. Anything earlier will not support this. You may also have to connect a USB headset or soundcard to your Mac to hear narrator audio. control windows enterer i think those are the propper keys if i remember correctly. personally though, i use vmware fusion in sted of bootcamp. hth Thanks all Thank you all for your help. It seems that The problem from the soundcard as Chris suggested . thank you so much Question Hi, so from what I have read, at the moment of the instalation process, I will not be able to hear Narrator, but if I get help from someone sighted, will I be able to hear everything once the windows instalation process is finish? In other words; will I be able to hear my screen readers in windows without problems? thanks. With a little more work Hi, Wehn I did my bootcamp I was lucky enough to have a blue yeti mic I could use as a stand in sound card and plug in a pair of headphones to that. for setup. After you've installed everything you need to go to apple software update and it will download more drivers dependent on your system configuration so as long as you've done that too and installed those drivers, you're good to go and audio will come from your speakers including narrator. Thanks Oliver, with this Thanks Oliver, with this information I can say: what a mess! I will definitely need to get help from a sighted person, as long as I don’t have those gadgets to do it on my own.