Question about Rosetta Stone Japanese Level 1 & 2 for PC, Mac
Rosetta stone shuts down my computer.
i'm doing this course through my school, in correspondence, and didn't personally buy the package. this means that i have an account and do it through a website. >.> it is not installed onto my computer.
anyway, i have a PC, and whenever a certain lesson comes up, ( it's Lesson 1 > Unit 4 > Core Lesson 4, and any other time that lesson comes up. it starts out saying "kare wa okane o motte imasu.") my computer shuts down abruptly. yes, i am -absolutely- positive this is what is making my computer shut down.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Headset Problem Rosetta Stone
I found the answer. Rosetta Stone has a problem detecting the mics if the speaker input is not in someway connected to the mic. I'm not exactly sure how it works, but I don't care and neither should you.
Follow these steps each time you want to use it and you should be fine.
*I'm on Vista, but this should work for every one.
1. Open Control Panel
2. Open Hardware and Sound
4.Set Line 1 as your Default Speaker
5. Refresh the Mic list
*All of your mics should now show up.
6. In Rosetta Stone, apply the mic you want and finish the setup.
7.Start whatever language you're using and switch back to the Sound menu.
8.Set whatever speaker you want to use as default.
*Rosetta Stone will continue to work fine until you close it, switch Users, or remove the mic.
In short you have to set the default speaker to LINE 1 to get the mics to appear. Then when you apply the settings switch the default speaker back.
Posted on May 07, 2009
The problem is related to the FNPLicensingService.exe service and FNInterface.dll file.
The first thing you can try is open Rosetta Stoneto and kill the FNPLicensingService.exe in task manager. This may or may not give you access to Rosetta Stone.
If that doesn't work, install Rosetta Stone on another computer (your license will allow two machines) then copy the rosetta stone directory from program files to the new system. Then open Rosetta Stone and it should be fine.
Before doing either of these things it's best to delete the c:\program data\rosetta stone\tracking.id file.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
you may need to buy/download them off the internet, programs often want to keep you buying things for long periods of time. if you want to learn another language, i suggest www.livemocha.com it's free to learn another language. You are put in contact with someone who knows the language fluently or has it as their native language.
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
Did you purchase new or used? You are entitled to use it on two computers only. If someone has previously used it, you're in trouble. I personally ran into this. If it is new, call Rosetta Stone in Virginia and ask for customer service. They will walk you throgh the process. If you bought it used, make them cancel the previous activation. They may fight you, but it would be a restraint of trade to not activate you as long as it is not in use on another computer.
Posted on Oct 25, 2009
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