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Unable to locate the LMS’s API implementation. LMS Get Value was not successful.
Unable to find an API adapter

i get these errors when trying to view my study courses via Iexplorer or firefox.
what causes this and how do one resolve it.
PC - windows xp x86 (32-bit)
thanx
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by:Schoemans
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this issue seems to relate to some scorm app that needs to be installed...
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we have   java: version 6 update
                Firefox: 9
                Explorer: 8
                Windows:  XP sp 3
                Flash player: 10 plugin
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solve the problem by upgrading java to its latest version and flash player too... i just need to assign points to myself now. how?
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I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

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the comment worked well... i did some research for the solution
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thanx I'm struggling to ask new questions... trying to close as much as i can to avoid the abandoned message pop-up
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hi, i keep on getting the following mail:
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when i click on the link: http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Microsoft_Operating_Systems/Server/
it seems to open questions we didn't ask.
i there possible way you guys can see if someone have hacked our account.
I'm following up on abandoned questions but I'm sure if the above mentioned also prevents us from asking any new questions.

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