The Digital Arts and Crafts Studio requires the US English version of Windows® 2000, Windows® XP 32-bit or Windows® Vista™ 32-bit. If you use another language, please call Fisher-Price Consumer Relations for assistance.
Try switching ports
The Digital Arts and Crafts Studio is a USB device. Try switching ports preferably a port that is known to work with another device such as a printer or a camera.
Avoid USB hubs:
Plug directly into the computer. If your computer system still does not detect the Digital Arts and Crafts Studio please call Fisher-Price Consumer Relations for assistance.
Try moving your Read With Me™ controller closer to the TV.
Replace the batteries on your Read With Me™ controller.
Make sure your Read With Me™ controller is pointed directly at your DVD player.
Always be sure your hand and the activity card are not covering the red window on the front of the Read With Me™ controller when pressing a button to respond to an activity.
Make sure there are no large objects between your Read With Me™ controller and your DVD player. Large objects can block the signal between your controller and DVD player.
Double check that the 3-position memory switch on the underside of your Read With Me™ controller is in the proper position. Refer to your Read With Me™ User’s Manual for instructions on how to use the 3-position memory switch.
Apptivity is currently only compatible with iPad, iPad 2 and the new iPad.Some Fisher-Price Apptivity items are compatible with iPhone or iPod Touch.Be sure to check toy packaging to see which devices are compatible for your specific toy.
The error appears after the Digital Arts and Craft Studio is being reinstalled and the MiniApp was not removed during the uninstall process. There may also be a corrupted installation that needs cleanup.
Uninstall the Digital Arts and Craft Studio, if the option exists in the Start Menu or Add/Remove programs.
Click Start then Run
Type %programfiles% into the dialog box.
Double-click the Fisher-Price folder.
If the folder does not exist, close the window and reinstall.
If the folder does exist, delete the DACS folder, close the window and then reinstall.