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.
Open the Console Test Application found in the following location in the Start menu:
Digital Arts and Crafts Studio.
Please note, the Digital Arts and Crafts Studio has hundreds of different test points. The software will not indicate “PASS” or “Failed” until all are tested. To save time we suggest testing should start with the tool or option that was not working correctly.
For best results with the test tool, if the Digital Arts and Crafts Studio as “crashed” we advise you to unplug the Digital Arts and Crafts Studio and turn off the computer. With the power off, plug the Digital Arts and Crafts Studio back in and turn the power on again. This will give the test tool a fresh start.
1. Enter the product number, toy name or search by key words below and click go. 2. Identify the product out of the results that is your product. 3. Click on the product image and follow the link to download the manual.
Product numbers are listed on baby gear products in small print right near where the Fisher-Price® or Mattel® information is stamped.