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Where do I find the Manuals for the IVA+Plus / IVA-AE Test?

The manuals for the each test can be accessed from within the each respective program. From the Test Battery II, select one of the available tsts (IVA-AE Continuous Performance Test or IVA+Plus Continuous Performance Test) and press the green, Start button at the bottom of the screen. From the Test Admin screen (large grey screen…

How to check the quantity of tests or reports currently available?

There are several ways to verify how many tests and/or reports you currently have available on your testing system.  The most visible way is that the current number of Tests and Reports are displayed on the Main Administration Screen (grey screen with the “Test New Person, Retest a Person, etc. buttons) above and to the…

Error 2018: Page Margins Too Large

When trying to View or Print and IVA+Plus or IVA-AE report, you receive a message similar to: Error 2018:  Page Margins Too Large This error is typically caused by corrupted or missing files associated with Active Reports.  Those files may have been modified/deleted during the installation or uninstall of other software recently.  In almost all…

Registering IVA+Plus / IVA-AE on a computer without Internet Access

If you don’t have internet access on the computer where the software installed, you can still register using another computer with internet access. Follow the instructions below to do this. On the computer where you wish to register the software, start the Test Battery II program by double-clicking on the Desktop icon on the computer.…

Missing Data / Can’t Find a Test Report for IVA+Plus or IVA-AE

Typically, if you don’t see the testee’s name on the list of available tests, then the test data simply isn’t there. Its possible the test was interrupted prior to the end and the data wasn’t saved. There would be no way to recover that data from a different location. However, you can try a couple…

Instructions for Transferring IVA+Plus or IVA-AE to a New Computer

The following steps need to be followed whenever you may need to a)  Reinstall your Windows Operating System on your current computer, b)  Update to a new version of Windows on your current computer, or c)  Replace or move to a new computer. In order to make the software license available to be registered on…

What is the Interface and Timing Check? How do I use this utility?

The Interface and Timing Check is a utility that allows you to quickly test your sound card, DirectX compatibility and simple mouse reaction time to verify that your reaction times are within normal limits prior to collecting test data. From the Test Battery II screen, select the “Interface and Timing Check” and press the “Start…