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Columbia University System Requirements

Columbia University live programming and archived video can only be utilized through a high-speed Internet minimum connection of 300kbps, such as cable, DSL, or satellite. If your connection to the Internet is by dial-up modem or is slower than a DSL connection you will not be able to watch Columbia University media. A DSL, cable modem or other high speed connection is required.

In addition to having a high-speed Internet connection, your computer should meet or exceed the following recommended system requirements:

System
Pentium class system running at 600 Mhz or better, recommended 128 meg memory.  Macintosh OSX Version 10.1 or greater running at 800 Mhz or greater. 

Internet Browser
You must have Internet Explorer Version 5.01 or higher to access the content in Columbia University. Not supported: Netscape.

Screen resolution
To effectively use the pages on the Columbia University, your screen resolution should be set at 800 x 600 pixels or higher. If you can see the entire width of the site without scrolling horizontally, your resolution is set appropriately. If not, please adjust the resolution setting on your computer.

Windows Media Player
Some important elements of the site utilize Microsoft Media Player software, version 9.0 or higher. If you do not have at least Media Player 9.0 you may be unable to view live and on-demand videos.

Macromedia Flash
Some important elements of the site utilize Macromedia's Flash software, version 6 or higher. If you do not have at least Flash 6 you will be unable to effectively navigate the site.

Audio Capability
In order to hear the audio components of our films and animations, your computer must be equipped with a 16-bit or better sound card and speakers

Modem
You must have a Docsis compliant modem to receive the Multicast from Columbia University. The MOTOROLA :CYBERSURFR is not a Docsis compliant modem, and at this time will not receive the multicast.

Routers
At this time you may have difficulties accessing all of Columbia University's content. Specifically "Live Multicasts", You may have to consult your router manufacturer for support receiving multicasting. Or as an alternative you can connect the Cable modem to a single PC.

Firewalls
Some types of firewalls may prevent viewing programming on Columbia University. Please consult the Firewall manufacturer or Documentation for specific instructions.

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