SupportThe minimum computer requirements to run QKit are 128MB of RAM, a CD-Rom drive and Windows 98 or later (Vista compatible).
QKit is not supported on Mac computers. QKit will run on 64-bit operating systems.
Each QKit subject can be downloaded or installed from a CD onto the computer.
There is no network installation for QKit, but it can be installed on as many machines within a CIE centre as possible.
Please view the QKit resources for further information.
Frequently Asked QuestionsClick a statement to review the solution
Please make sure that you are typing the details in exactly as printed with the appropriate spacing. Do not abbreviate anything or leave off anything as the school name forms part of the licence code.
Another cause can be when an additional space is left at the end of a line. This can not be seen, but would cause an invalid licence. If you still receive the error, delete everything but the issue number from the boxes and re-type.
This is to do with a file not being registered. If you get this error, please follow the instructions here.
2. Click Start and select Run.
3. Type 'regsvr32.exe tx4ole.ocx' in the Open field. The command must be typed exactly as you see it above.
4. Click OK.
5. Wait for the following confirmation message to appear: "DllRegisterServer in tx4ole.ocx succeeded."
(The process may take approximately 10-15 seconds.)
6. Close any windows that are open, and launch the program. The issue should be resolved.
When you enter your licence and registration details, QKit will add the licence details to a file called 'exampro32.ini' which sits in the Windows folder on your local machine. When doing a standalone installation it will put this file in the correct place. When you do a network installation, the process will create and add the exampro32.ini to the local machine and put a copy in the ‘Workstation’ folder on the server.
The installation should have created a desktop shortcut, with the relevant data file specified. If not, you can create a shortcut manually.
Type in the target path to the Qkit.exe, then a space followed by the product code.
You may need to restart the computer.
Go to 'Products and Ordering' to download and install any QKit demo onto the machine on which you are experiencing problems.
Then test the full version of QKit.
The problem should have disappeared.
There is no solution as yet, but if you export your document to Word, you can print from there.