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What sort of computer and internet connect do I need Your PC, or Apple used must be be media compatible with a sound card, speakers or headphones. Delivery Speed Delivery speed may be affected by the Internet connection speed you have and the age of the computers operating system software and hardware. Broadband connection is recommended. Top >> I cannot Login Your Username You login Username is issued by email, to the email address provided in your application.  Please enter the username exactly as detailed in the email. Example: john.doe Your Password Your password is a unique identifier created for you. Please enter the username exactly as detailed in the email. If you do not have a Username and Password and need to access the online training click HERE Top >> I have no sound The multimedia training courses have spoken audio. It is important that your computer sound card is working and you have speakers turned on or headphones available. Ensure the speakers/headphones are plugged in and turned on. Some external speakers require 240 volt power to operate. Test the audio by playing some music or go to: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/demos/voice/wma_voice.htm Adjusting Volume Adjust volume in Windows XP To adjust volume in Microsoft Windows XP instructions can be found at: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/accessibility/soundvolume.mspx Adjust volume in Microsoft Windows VISTA To adjust volume in Microsoft VISTA instructions can be found at: http://www.microsoft.com/enable/training/windowsvista/volume.aspx Adjust volume in Microsoft Windows 7 To adjust volume in Microsoft Windows 7 instructions can be found at: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/Adjust-the-sound-level-on-your-computer Now that your computer is setup you can now go to the training. Adjust volume on an Apple MAC http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?path=Mac/10.6/en/8353.html Top >> I am having trouble making a PayPal Payment Payment for training is via credit card online.  We use the PayPal secure online payment system. If you have any problems with PayPal online payment please contact their direct helpdesk number is 1800 729 725. Top >> The movies do not play The multimedia training course are viewed via your web browser and are delivered via the internet. The multimedia training packages are created in “Adobe Flash” a web based authoring tool. To view the training you will need to have an up to date version of the Flash Plugin installed. (A plug in is a small piece of software that enables your computer to play and view the media.) There are two of small steps to ensure you computer is ready. You need to have “Adobe Flash Player” and “Adobe Reader” plug ins installed on your computer.) The adobe Flash player and Adobe Reader are free plug ins. To install the plug in: Open your web browser (Internet explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari) and type www.adobe.com into the browser address bar. For Flash Player select “Get Flash player” button and follow the on screen prompts. For Adobe Reader select “Get Adobe Reader” button and follow the on screen prompts. NOTE: For some business networked computers you may need the IT administrator to perform this task. Adobe Flash Player for Apple MAC OS Download from: http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/internet_utilities/adobeflashplayer.html Top >> Can I stop the training at any time Yes. The course will resume at the point in the training where you answered the last assessment question before logging out. Top >> The online training has stopped working Restart your computer and login again to the training using http://www.wgl.com.au/taccess. If teh traning still does not work click HERE. Top >> How do I check my version of my Flash player Go to the following address which will automatically check your flash player version http://flashbuilder.eu/flash-player-version.html Top >> I am using Internet Explorer 8 and having trouble installing the flash player Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 is the latest web browser release from Microsoft and has been designed to maximise your protection and the security while browsing the web. In some circumstances there are known issues with installing plug ins with the new browser. One of the known issues is the interface with the adobe Flash player. If you have issues with playing the adobe Flash movies here are some suggested steps to overcome the problem. These steps should only be carried by competent, authorised person(s) with good IT skills. There are alternative web browsers to Internet Explorer . These are: Mozilla Firefox which is available to download from http://www.mozilla-europe.org/en/firefox/ No Flash Player issues have been reported with this browser. Google Chrome which is available for download from http://www.google.com/chrome No Flash Player issues have been reported with this browser. Internet Explorer 8 Possible Fixes The following are only suggested fixes. The information below has been obtained from the Microsoft and Adobe websites and WGL Enterprises Pty Ltd accepts no responsibility either directly or implied for its accuracy. Step 1: Allow content from WGL Internet Explorer 8 requires express permission to access sites with downloadable content. Go to IE > Tools > Options > Security Select the green tick "Allow" Enter in address window http://www.wgl.com.au and click "Add" If this does not work Step 2: Check that flash is installed Go to adobe.com and see if a Flash movie is playing at the top of the webpage Right Mouse Click at the top of the page. If a pop up menu appears with “About Flash Player ...” then flash is installed If no Flash movie is playing the Flash needs to be installed From www.adobe.com there is a button “Install Flash Player” on the front page After slicking the install button follow the prompts to install Flash NOTE: you may need Administrator permission to install software on your machine Return to www.adobe.com and see if the flash movie is playing at the top of the web page If the Flash player installs but Flash movies do not play Step 3: Set Active X controls in Internet Explorer In Internet Explorer click on the Tools drop down menu Select Options > Security tab and click the Custom button Look for a heading "ActiveX controls and Plugins Change the following setting "Download Signed Active X Controls" = Prompt "Run Active X Controls and Plugins" = Prompt Click “OK” Revisit www.adobe.com and see if the Flash movies are playing at the top of the web site If the above does not work Flash needs to be uninstalled The following Steps should only be carried out if competent, have permission and are authorised to modify you computers settings Step 4: Uninstall and Reinstall the Flash Player NOTE: Uninstalling flash using windows Add/Remove Programs does not work.  An adobe uninstaller must be downloaded Use Adobe tech note no_19166 http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/191/tn_19166.html. Reinstall flash Go to www.adobe.com Click on the “Install Flash Player” button Follow the prompts Check www.adobe.com and see if Flash Movies are playing If this fails. Return to Step 4 and Uninstall Flash and Carry out Step 6 Fix Windows Registry Permissions. Two files need to downloaded These are detailed in technote "Download SubInACL from Microsoft to fix permission issues that prevent Flash Player installing" This is available from http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/494/cpsid_49419.html Reinstall the Flash Player from www.abobe.com Top >>
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