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Oxford Reading Tree: Floppy's Phonics: Sounds and Letters: CD-ROM 1

Oxford Reading Tree: Floppy's Phonics: Sounds and Letters: CD-ROM 1

Teach phonics with Biff, Chip, Kipper and Floppy!

Minimum Specification

Windows®

  • Processor Pentium 4 processor (min 1.6Ghz) and above
  • Ram 512 MB of RAM minimum
  • Operating System Windows XP SP3, Vista, Window 7
  • HD space 700mb (per CD) 
  • Screen resolution 1024 x 768 or higher
  • Third Party software Adobe Reader, Microsoft word, PowerPoint, Excel, Internet Explorer 8
  • Plug-in Adobe Flash 8 plug-in for Internet Explorer
  • Interactive whiteboard (for use on major brands of interactive whiteboards including SMART Boards and Promethean Boards

Apple Mac

  • Processor Pentium 4 1.6GHz (1.1 GHz dual core) or higher
  • Ram 512 MB of RAM minimum
  • Operating System Mac OS X 10.4 or higher
  • Screen resolution 1024 x 768 or higher
  • Interactive whiteboard (for use on major brands of interactive whiteboards including SMART Boards and Promethean Boards)

 

FAQs

Q: Do the Sounds and Letters CD-ROMs work on an Apple Macintosh computer?

A: Yes. The Sounds and Letters CD-ROMs work on Apple Macintosh computers running Mac OS 10.4.11 - 10.6. Use Disc A to install the software.

Q: I want to use Sounds and Letters on an RM CC3 network. Is that possible?

A:

  1. On CC3 Main Server PC, insert Sounds and Letters Disc B and open the RMCC3
    folder accessible from the root directory of the CD.
  2. Copy the folder from within the RMCC3 folder on the CD to
    D:\RMNetwork\RMManage\Packages\Applications\
  3. You should then be able to use the RM Management Console to roll-out the
    package to client machines in the usual way.

Q: I want to install Sounds and Letters to a network that isn't an RM CC3 network. Is that possible?

A: Sounds and Letters is a program with a standalone installation only. We recommend that you use it on standalone machines. However, our testing indicates that Sounds and Letters can be installed on a shared drive on a network and accessed from several client computers – this use is not officially supported, but you may find it works for you.