Requirements and Troubleshooting
- Browser and Operating System Requirements. The following browsers and operating systems may be used to access our training.
- Windows v7+
- Internet Explorer v10+
- Mozilla Firefox
- Google Chrome
- Adobe Flash Player Required. All our courses use the Adobe Flash Player. To be sure you have the latest version, you should click on the icon to download and install.
- Adobe Flash Player Version. Go to Adobe's Flash Player Help page to check the version of the Flash Player you currently have installed. When you get to the page, click the Check Now button.
- Enable Adobe Flash in Chrome. To verify that Flash is enabled in Chrome, look towards the top left area of the browser, just to the left of the web address and click on . In the list that appears, look for Flash. To the right of Flash, click on the arrow and select "Always allow on this site."
- Support for Android devices. If you would like to use an Android device to take the training, you can download the Photon Flash Browser for Android devices.
- Clearing Browser Cache. At times you may need to clear out your Browser cache to ensure you are looking at the latest version of a website. Follow the link for Browser-specific steps to clearing out your Browser cache.
- Connection Speed. Our courses are best viewed using Internet connection speeds equivalent to broadband (Cable, DSL, etc) or faster.
- Monitor Resolution. Our courses are designed for monitors with a resolution setting of 1024x768 or higher. If you cannot see the Next or Previous buttons for your course, invoke Full Screen Mode. Information on Full Screen Mode can be found in 'Help' for each online course.
- If you continue to have trouble, send us a support request.
Contact Technical Support
If you continue to have trouble accessing or viewing any of the MindCross online training courses, please contact us using the information below. Someone will respond to your request within 24 hours.
Send us a support request
Your Device Environment
For addition information about your user environment, please visit www.whatsmybrowser.org
If you've been asked to send us environment information, after you go to the above site, click the Copy button on that site at the top or bottom of the page, and then paste the copied information in an email. This will allow us to more quickly debug any issues you may be having.