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    Testbase on 64 bit Windows 7

    Has anyone managed to get the 2007 and/or 2008 versions of this running in the above environment, and if so, how?

    The Head has a shiny new laptop that has W7 64 bit installed, and having managed to get SIMS and Agresso working (as far as I can tell), I'm reluctant to use the 32 bit version - especially as I'm not sure if it will help.

    Can anyone confirm that should the school stump up for the latest versions that they work?

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    OK, found we had a licence for one of the 2008 versions, and that worked fine. Anyone managed to get any of the 2007 (Issue 11) versions working?

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    Hi,

    I'm afraid Testbase only produced 64-bit versions for Issue 13 and 12. Testbase Online has just been released, which requires no installation and works on any platform - it is an online application. There are demos available on the website

    I hope this helps, albeit a bit late

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    Hi Copernicus,

    Our School has bought over the years quite an amount of Testbase/Exampro material...
    Would we be able to access all this material through "Testbase Online". If so that would be great.

    Many thanks

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    Hi burgemaster,

    Testbase Online contains questions from 1995-2010; quite a lot more than the last few issues. So everything you will have had before will still be there. Also, if you had files saved from previous versions, you can convert them to online files when you sign up an Account Manager (this option is available after you order and receive your login details).

    Exampro Online is a bit different. More details on this can be found on the AQA site. If you sign up to teach their spec, you can get it for free for Science and Maths.

    Hope this helps

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    I just hit the same problem with Windows 7 Home Premium and Issue 11. I got round it by exporting the packages created for our RM CC4 network and using them for the install. They worked fine.

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