Technical Support

Intrigas Y Aventuras

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
PC Information
16 MHz Intel Pentium Processor or higher
Windows 95/98/2000/XP
64 MB or more of application RAM
25 MB of available disc space
4X CD-ROM drive
Windows compatible 8-bit sound card

Macintosh Information
120 MHz Power PC or higher
Mac OS 8.1 through OS 10.2 (runs in classic mode)
64 MB or more of application RAM
25 MB of available disc space
4X CD-ROM drive

Frequently Asked Question



Getting Started
Do I need to leave the CD-ROM in the drive while running the program? The standalone installation requires the CD-ROM from both versions of the software. When using the networkable version over the network, the CD-ROM is not required to install or run the client software.
Will the program run under Windows 2000 with restricted folder access? The program will run on Windows 2000 machines, but you will encounter problems if you restrict the folders that the program requires.
After using the access code I found in the Teachers' Resource Guide, why am I told that the access code is invalid? The fifth character in the key is the capital letter “I”, not the number “1”. Make sure you are typing it correctly.
We are installing this on our Mac network with Mac Manager installed. Will this be a problem? The program was never designed to be used in conjunction with Mac Manager, and there have been errors reported when it is used.
Where can I get the teacher access code for the Teachers' Management System? The key can be found in the Teachers' Resource Guide. If you are missing this guide, contact Customer Service (1-800-323-5435).
What’s the difference between purchasing a site license and networking a program? A site license is the legal right to use software on a number of different computers in a specific location or belonging to a specific group. A customer can purchase a site license for a software program and install the program on a number of systems, based on the terms of the license. Otherwise, the software can only be installed on one computer or used by one user. Below is a list of McDougal Littell products that have a site license available:

Site License
Grammar Coach
Larson Interactive Real-Life Investigations
Middle School Tutorial Software
Algebra Personal Student Tutor
Geometry Personal Student Tutor
Algebra 2 Personal Student Tutor
McDougal Littell Mathpack

Networkability, on the other hand, is a technical issue, not a legal issue. If a product is networkable, it means that, technically, you can run the program off a network. A networkable program allows the user to install the program on a central computer, one time, and that program is then available to other computer terminals in the network. You can have a site license for a program that is not networkable, though -- this means you could install the program on as many computers as you want. Most McDougal Littell technology products are not designed to be networkable, but schools can always try to network them on their own (we have a 30-day trial period to accommodate this type of need). Below is s list of McDougal Littell products that were designed and tested to be networkable:

Networkable
Middle School Math; Course 1 Test and Practice Generator
Middle School Math; Course 2 Test and Practice Generator
Middle School Math; Course 3 Test and Practice Generator
Pre Algebra Test and Practice Generator
Algebra 1 Test and Practice Generator
Geometry Test and Practice Generator
Algebra 2 Test and Practice Generator
Algebra Concepts and Skills Test and Practice Generator
Geometry Concepts and Skills Test and Practice Generator
MathThematics Book 1 Test and Practice Generator
MathThematics Book 2 Test and Practice Generator
MathThematics Book 3 Test and Practice Generator
Algebra Personal Student Tutor
Geometry Personal Student Tutor
Algebra 2 Personal Student Tutor
Grammar Coach