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There will be a DOCUMENT (and video) in Module Zero of your WorkCenter to show you what is REQUIRED before going to the TX DPS.

We want YOU to avoid embarrassment and/or unnecessary trips.

We offer the DPS road test. Please call 281-345-4177 for more information.

We can test you today. for more information.

We can test you today.

General assistance is available by calling the office helpline at 832-593-9170 and/or by sending email to cydrive@att.net are both available.

Coursework Completion ...
You have 10 months from your original date of enrollment (purchase) to complete your coursework to obtain a DE964 to obtain your State of Texas Drivers License.
 
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A Before-You-Begin List of Recommended Reads by Texas DPS
Account Creation
Account Types
Additional Requirements
All About Coursework (Learning or Teaching)
All About the VOE (Verification Of Enrollment)
Best Practices
Cancellation / Refunds
DE-964 Certificate
Driving Test
Getting Official Texas Documents
Instruction Guide, Classroom Logs, & 30-Hour Driving Logs,
Insurance
ITTD (Impact Texas Teen Driver)
Learner Permit
Learner Permit Testing
Parent Inelligibilty
PayPal and Payment Processing
Promotions
Provisional License
Receipts
State Approvals and Certifications
System Passwords
Taking Quizzes & Permit Test
Technical / Web Browser (incl. PDFs)
Transfers - Does / Can ____ Transfer to ____ ?
WorkCenter Questions & Task Tile Colors
 
Technical / Web Browser (incl. PDFs)
 
Why do I need to empty my Web Browser's Disk Cache?
 
Since none of us are using a computer with unlimited RAM memory, in order to reduce the burden of a web server constantly always resending the different little pieces and chunks (images, stylesheets, etc) to a web browser, the person's web browser uses a part of the hard disk as 'cache' to have their own private place where it can fetch a copy of whatever chunk it needs 'faster' than receiving it across the internet .. again .. and again.

Over a period fo time, this web browser disk cache area gets FULL. It will be FULL to the point where the web browser will start to act inconsistently. Things won't load right. It interferes with the web session that you have with other sites. General unpredictable wierdness is the rule when the web browser disk cache is full.

With the online driving school site, this will MOST EFFECT the MODULAR QUIZZES and PERMIT TEST. Examinations rely heavily upon an active web session that the browser can maintain it's 'session key' with the server while it does things. If it cannot maintain it's own copy of the session key (because the browser disk cache is full) then you cannot take an exam.

In fact, if you are taking an exam and this occurs, you will see a graphic in the center of the body of content saying the same thing. At that moment in time, the web browser was not able to maintain it's own session information with the server. When it presents a session key (probably an empty key) to the server, the server could not find the corresponding key to know what to do next, and it gives the error.

The cure is simple.
  1. Logout of the online driving school.

    (At that point, your web session doesn't mean much to the system anyway.)

  2. QUIT your web browser (do a Ctrl-Shift-Q).

    (If you close the browser (using the X [or red-circle for Apple Mac], the browser keeps running. If you quit it. Then all sub-processes [that could be using up some of the disck cache space] will die as well.)

  3. Since we recommend only two web browser, click one of the two that matches your browser and OS:



  4. Search the internet on HOW you 'Empty/Clear your web browsers cache'. Then follow the directions you receive.

  5. Start (open) your web browser

  6. Return to online driving school, login, go to your WorkCenter, and return to your exam.

  7. If the EXAM doesn't load, you will have to send the tech-guy your student's name and that there was a web browser cache full error on a quiz in module Y.

    He'll access the account and open the quiz back up to start over.
 
 

 
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