We look forward to you joining the interactive Virtual Seminar - Understanding Emergency Mass Notification Across Unified Communications - Thursday, June 2, 2011 at 2:00 PM ET (11:00 AM PT). All registrants will receive a confirmation email Wednesday, June 1 with instructions on how to participate.

In the meantime, please see the following instructions to make sure your computer meets the minimum system requirements.

Minimum System Requirements

To view this streaming content, you need to use a computer that meets or exceeds the following minimum system requirements.

Windows®

Intel Pentium 4 2.33GHz processor or equivalent

128MB of RAM

64MB of VRAM

Adobe Flash 9 plugin

A 400kbs or better Internet connection

Macintosh

PowerPC G5 1.8GHz or faster processor

Intel Core Duo 1.33GHz or faster processor

256MB of RAM

64MB or VRAM

Adobe Flash 9 plugin

A 400kbs or better Internet connection

Linux®

Intel Pentium 4 2.33GHz processor or equivalent

128MB of RAM

64MB of VRAM

Adobe Flash 9 plugin

A 400kbs or better Internet connection


Players & Plugins

Flash Player 9 or higher


In addition to the minimum system requirements listed above, make sure your browser is set at its default levels. In particular, check to make sure that your security level is set to the default level "Medium." To do this go to "Tools", then "Internet Options", then "Security", then set slider to "Medium".

If you do not usually install plugins or update programs on your company computer, be sure to check with your IT administrator to make sure that your company will allow such installation.

If you still have questions, please review our frequently asked questions for solutions to the most common streaming media problems.


Frequently Asked Questions

Why doesn't the video play?
If the video does not begin to play automatically, please try closing the player window and relaunching it. If that does not work, if you are on a network (especially a business network), it may be configured in such a way as not to allow streaming content to come through to your computer. Please contact your network administrator. You may also not have enough bandwidth throughput to support the streaming video version you chose.

Why cant I hear any audio when the video is playing?
First, check your connections. Make sure your speakers are plugged into your sound card and your outlet. Make sure your speakers are turned on and the volume is turned up. If you still cannot hear audio, try adjusting your volume from within your computer control panel and from within the player. To adjust the volume on your Computer Control Panel:

1.       Select Start, Settings, Control Panel and Sounds and Multimedia.

2.       Select the Audio tab and the Volume button under Audio Playback

3.       Turn up the volume. (If it is grayed out, your system is not configured for sound.)

To adjust the volume in the player, click on the + or - buttons next to the little loudspeaker icon below the lower right portion of the video window.