I would like to valuably inform You, that Mr Peter Schlang had stopped to officially support NVDA from his MultiPE based project.
If You will use newest MULTIPE project , You will not have incorporated NVDA and sound support to The resulted live .iso image.
I AM offering You The following solutions.
Last stable Multipe project, which is really supporting NVDA out of The box is Multipe version 12.
You can get it fromhere
This project will only support Windows XP for visually impaired users. So You will be able to use Windows XP as source. If You want to use this project for production use, You would had to have USB audio device, such as USB headsets as a sound device. The special driver is alredy included inside The project.
You can use only Windows XP to produce usable bootable live CD with USB audio and NVDA support. Very important!!! You must use Windows XP operating system when You are building Windows XP based live project, in other case, You will get error.
If You have USB headset or ATI high definition audio internal sound chip, You can use other project, which is supporting Windows7 as A source. You can not use Windows7 SP1 if You will use this source, You will not get sound to work when booting from The resulted live CD.
The project can be downloaded from here
When You will use 7-Zip to decompress this archive, remove The () from The folder name, in other case You will get error and project will not be build successfully.
If You want to use other project, which is capable to run NVDA and is able to use Windows Xp as source, I AM recommending You to use The following project downloadable from here
To work with this project, use resulted created bootable CD and one usable USB stick.
Copy NVDA portable to The root folder of this flash drive and create The
folder in The root folder of Yours USB stick.
Copy drivers of Yours sound cart to The drivers folder created on The USB stick.
Boot from live CD and have Yours USB stick plugged in.
You must run NVDA from The run application dialog box to run NVDA from USB stick.
There is much more newer version of LX project, but this version is enabling Me to run NVDA without issues.
If You have USB headsets, extract The USB headsets driver files to The drivers folder on The USB stick.
If You will have some questions, I will be very glad to help You.
Windows7 based project is enabling You to use Microsoft antivirus, special tool named
Microsoft Safety scanner.
This tool can be run from Windows PE based environment and is able to detect and automatically remove viruses from The various media.
You can even use
MiniTool Partition Wizard Home Edition
To work with The partitions, but You would had to use special technique to get QT4 accessible with NVDA.
You can communicate with me and i will help You.
The live PE environment are really very usable for us, but it is necessary to have somebody who would give You a systematic instructions to get understand.