Educational Software Thread, Kahootz 3 Script Errors in Technical; Hi guys,
We have recently made the move from Windows XP to Windows 7 and we are having problems with ...
12th August 2013, 01:56 PM #1
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Kahootz 3 Script Errors
We have recently made the move from Windows XP to Windows 7 and we are having problems with Kahootz 3 on one particular model of PC.
Kahootz has installed fine on 100ish PCs so far, but when it came to starting the program on a different model of computer in a particular classroom, we are faced with Director Player Script Errors??? (Don't have a clue what this is!)
I must mention, we've installed exactly the same version of Windows 7 and all other software from the same source (Flash, Shockwave, Quicktime etc.)
I can only think it's something to do with the on-board graphics driver, which appears up to date, or something along those lines.
For those of you that know of Kahootz, the company that made it no longer exists, so the only support avenue I can think of is on here.
I've uploaded a screenshot below that shows what we get on startup.
I'd really appreciate any help anyone can give!
Capture (ICT3-PC - A Allen (aa) - 12 Aug 2013 @ 12.50.45).jpg
21st August 2013, 11:48 AM #2
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Kahootz 3 now works if there's a set of headphones plugged in.
If no headphones are plugged in and I run dxdiag, nothing shows up in the audio tab and there's a red cross on the speaker symbol in the notifications area.
As soon as I plug in headphones, all the info appears in dxdiag, the red cross disappears and Kahootz works!
I've installed numerous variations of HD Realtek drivers from the HP site, Realtek site and Windows update, fiddled with just about every setting, but still it does this!
The teacher isn't keen on having headphones plugged in permanently, so some help to find a solution to this new problem would be greatly appreciated!
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