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NWEA Lockdown Browser Not Working!(NEED HELP ASAP)

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#1 dantethepandaa


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Posted 24 January 2018 - 03:14 PM

I'm running a Windows 10 T420 Lenovo PC with the newest processor, along with Thinkpad. My PC Resolution is 1280x700 (I just now changed it to 1600x900). I was using my PC after a fresh boot, with high performance mode on and the newest NWEA Lockdown Browser version. I launched the browser with nothing else running except an blank google chrome page, and typed in my session info. After 10 minutes, it was still a gray screen! This is the second day of this. I tryed again: same result. My teacher says I have to get a new computer if I don't fix this issue by 2morrow, the 25th! Help!

Edit: Moved topic from All Other Applications to the more appropriate forum. ~ Animal

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Posted 24 January 2018 - 03:27 PM

I think you might get better support from the vendor. https://community.nwea.org/community/partner-support

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