Monthly Archives: February 2011

Using the software on a Netbook

Unfortunately the software is not designed to be run on a Netbook as these have much smaller screen resolution settings. This version of HOWZAT (as stated on the min requirements) must be run at at least 1024 x 768 screen resolution. Some of the very latest Netbooks can achieve this resolution however most are unable […]

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Using the software on a Mac

This version of the software is designed to be installed and used on a PC only. Mac users are advised that until a Mac version is available other users have been┬ásuccessful┬áin using the software via Parallels (the top-rated, and most trusted solution for running Windows applications on your Mac.) ( Please follow these steps: Download […]

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Installation error Wrong Volume

If you receive the following error during installation┬á“the wrong volume is in the drive please insert Disk 1 into┬áDrive D”. This issue has generally been found on PCs running Windows XP. Please follow these steps carefully. 1. Ensure you have the latest service pack installed (Service Pack 3 – 1a. We recommend you use […]

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Can’t open PDFs

If you are unable to open the numerous PDF’s within the resource please check the following: a) You have Adobe Reader installed (available free from b) Check that the existing version is up to date (Within Adobe Reader select ‘Help’ and ‘Check for updates’)

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Property not found / Paused at start

Property not found: Paused at Start Script error – Continue? Yes ┬á No This error is related to Quicktime Player, which Howzat! uses to display video. The solution is to uninstall any versions of Quicktime player you have and reinstall the latest version, available from┬á

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Serial Number Not Recognised

If your serial number is not working it could be because of a similarity between a number ‘1’ and a lower case ‘l’ (L) on the Howzat! packaging. For┬áexample, on all our first batch or serial number the 4th block of code should read: ┬á2Wl71. Some users have tried typing 2W171 by accident If you’re┬áexperiencing┬áthis […]

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