This happened to me earlier this week. I was installing NVDA onto a friend's computer and once it installed it worked fine. We changed the voice to sapi5 and then it immediately upon saving the setting wanted a password for a voice. I can only deduce that the voice was from another software package. It was impossible to fix. What I ended up doing was installing NVDA on to a thum drive as a portable copy and then running it on the laptop and then installing a copy from it and checking the option to overwrite the configuration settings an it fixed it. It was a very easy fix, but took me a while to come up with the solution.
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