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Knowledge Adventure Math Blaster Master the Basics

Math Blaster Master the Basics:
Note: Math Blaster has high system requirements. You need to make sure your system satisfies the requirements displayed on the outside of the box. If you do not have all of these you will not be able to use this program. You must be running on Windows 2000 or XP only. There is no support for 98/ME for this product. Refer to the section on how to check your system configuration for complete information on how to find out your system setup, version of DirectX and other system info referred to below.

Problem: Get DLL error at launch time

Solution:
• Verify you have the DirectX 9 or higher by referring to the instructions in the how to check your system configuration section.. The DirectX 9 installer is located in the Support\Directx9 folder.
• Verify you have the latest sound and video drivers for your system.

Problem: Sound is distorted or there is no sound.

Solution:
• Confirm you have installed DirectX 9. You can find the DirectX install on the CD in the Support\DirectX folder.
• Confirm you have the latest sound drivers for your sound card. You will need to download these from the card’s maker or request they be sent to you from the vendor. Knowledge Adventure’s Tech Support cannot provide these to you.

Problem: Video is distorted or there is no display.

Solution:
• Confirm you have installed DirectX 9. You can find the DirectX install on the CD in the Support\DirectX folder.
• Confirm you have a 3D graphics Video Card.
• Confirm you have the latest video drivers for your Video card. You will need to download these from the card’s maker or request they be sent to you from the vendor. Knowledge Adventure’s Tech Support cannot provide these to you.

Problem: Video is distorted or there is no display.

Solution:
• To make sure you get the latest version of Media Player you should go to your Start menu and select ‘Windows Update’. Follow the instructions and select Media Player to install if you are told there is an update for it.
• Try reinstallling MediaPlayer 9 or higher. You can find the MediaPlayer 9 install on the CD in the Support\folder – the file name is “MPSetup.exe”.

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