Minimum System Requirements
version 5.0 or above with Service Pack 2 OR Netscape version 4.0 or
If you do not meet the Browser requirement,
you can download one of the following browsers for free:
Microsoft Internet Explorer - Download
Netscape Navigator - Download
Additional Software: Adobe
Acrobat Reader version 6.0. Download
Note: You must first
uninstall any previous versions of Adobe Acrobat Reader in order to
successfully install new version.
Printer: Laser or Inkjet
Modem: 28.8Kbps ~ 56Kbps recommended
Important Reminders: You must
first uninstall any previous versions of Adobe Acrobat Reader in order to
successfully install a new version. You will need
To perform this quick update in Internet Explorer (this will enable
Go to the Tools menu
Select Internet Options
Go to Security
Select Trusted Sites
Click the Sites button
Type http://www.maipf.org in the text box and click OK
Click the Custom Level button
Under Active Scripting, click enable, and click OK
Click OK to end Internet Options
Go to the Edit menu
Go to Advanced
Click the OK button
Important information for AOL users:
AOL Users: We only support Microsoft Internet Explorer with
Service Pack 2 and Netscape, versions 4.0 or higher.
If you are using AOL, it must be at least version 4.0 and we
recommend you take the following steps when using EASi:
Launch AOL 4.0 and connect to the service
Minimize (do not close) AOL
Launch Microsoft Internet Explorer or Netscape, versions 4.0 or
Go to the appropriate web site and you'll be ready to use EASi.
In order to successfully access EASi, you must meet all of the above
minimum system requirements.
The information below on how to alleviate the AOL/browser problem
was obtained from the AOL web site:
Topic: IE...Connection to the server could not be established
If you are using Microsoft Internet Explorer and you get the
following message when trying to access the Internet:
"Internet Explorer Cannot
open Internet site
http://<Web address>. A connection to the server
could not be established",
then try rebooting your computer.
1. Exit AOL and all other applications you have open.
2. For Windows 95 and Windows 98 select Start, then select Shut Down, then
select Restart to reboot your computer.
For Macintosh, from the Special menu,
3.After the computer starts back up, sign onto AOL and try the browser again.
If you do not turn off your computer on a regular basis, or if you use the
"sleep" or "suspend" feature instead of turning the computer off, rebooting
should fix the problem.
Tip: Always be sure to open the AOL software before the
Web browser software. You may have problems using the browser if you open that
software before the AOL software
If you do not meet the software requirements, you can download
the following programs for free: