SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

Please note: CertBlaster® Exam Simulators are delivered via the Internet. The first time you launch an exam or drill you will need to register and enter your information and your activation key. Provided that you allow cookies on your machine you will not be prompted again for any of this information. However, we recommend you keep a copy of your Activation Key in a safe place. Would you lose your cookies for any reason, machine crash or other, you would be prompted anew for the above information. Below are the system requirements for both the HTML5 and the Flash versions of CertBlaster.

For the CertBlaster HTML5 version

If you purchased CertBlaster on or after January 8, 2020, then these are your system requirements:

– PC, Mac, or Tablet (can work on phones but the performance-based question will be hard to see in their entirety)
– Minimum Internet browser version: Chrome 79, Edge 41, Safari 6.x, Firefox 68, and Internet Explorer 11.
– Javascript must be enabled.
– Cookies must be enabled.

To view a quick video of a first registration on CertBlaster HTML5, click here.

For the CertBlaster Flash version

If you purchased CertBlaster on or before January 7, 2020, then these are your system requirements:

The computer system you use for this test must meet these minimum requirements:

– PC or Mac
– Minimum Internet browser version: Internet Explorer 8.x, FireFox 6.x, Safari 5.x, or Chrome 12.x.
– Javascript must be enabled.
– Cookies must be enabled.
– Flash player must be installed.

Use this link to verify your system meets the minimum requirements: http://www.whatismybrowser.com (Site not owned by dti Publishing)

Using Flash Player in Chrome 55

Chrome 55 may not play Flash content by default. If so you will need to allow it do to do so. The easiest and least selective way to allow certblaster.com to play Flash is seen below:

Screenshot of Crome 55 settings that will allow Flash Player from any and all sites to play
Chrome 55 easiest Flash Player settings

Your option will be remembered by Chrome for subsequent visits and these settings will allow all sites to play Flash movies on your system. If you don’t want that then you can allow just certblaster.com to play Flash. To do that there is an option in the browser’s settings section, under:

> Settings
> Content Settings
> Flash
> Manage Exceptions

Screenshot of the Chrome 55 manage exceptions button to allow Flash Player from some specific sites
Chrome 55 manage Flash Player exceptions

This is where you can add certblaster.com to allow Flash to run by default, see below screenshots:

Screenshot of the setting necessary to set a Flash Player exception for certblaster.com in Chrome 55
Set Flash Player exception for certblaster.com in Chrome 55

 

 

 

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