Doom Lit Sky
January 29 2006 2:50 AM EST
Ok, I found an mp3 online that I want to save to my computer. How do I do this?
I can't find the website it's from, just the mp3 link:
It's an old file. I'm curious how I go about downloading it :S If it's possible.
just put the link into your web browser if you are using Firefox, if you are using IE just click the save button...
Doom Lit Sky
January 29 2006 4:00 AM EST
Doesn't work. I go to the link, and the media opens up. I click Save as (save isn't available) and it wants to save the web page, not the file.
well, i never said i liked IE...umm, i am not sure then, i could save the file and e-mail it you....
Okay i got the file you want....Cm me when you want me to e-mail it onto you or add Deadlight_soul if you have yahoo, and i will send it that way..
January 29 2006 6:51 PM EST
if your using a different dowloading program like FlashGet. just put the address in the URL and it should work
look up the url in google (yes the full url)
there should then be a link to it, right click and select save.
January 29 2006 6:58 PM EST
My suggestion is to download a shareware version of GetRight (www.Getright.com). With it, you can simply insert that URL and it'll download the file. You can also pause and resume.
Xiaz on Hiatus
January 29 2006 10:19 PM EST
My suggestion is that someone with such a large TV should not be asking us, how do I save a mp3 on my computer. But besides that, how have you gotten this far into the internet without knowing how to save a file?
January 29 2006 10:38 PM EST
"My suggestion is that someone with such a large TV should not be asking us, how do I save a mp3 on my computer. But besides that, how have you gotten this far into the internet without knowing how to save a file?"
I still can't figure out how to make the built in drink holder on my computer to retract. :P
January 29 2006 10:58 PM EST
I've beaten the internet... the boss-guy isn't very hard.
Back in the day, I used to have a 56 thousand dollar internet connection.
January 29 2006 11:57 PM EST
but maulaxe, how did you get past level 98billion and four?
January 30 2006 7:59 AM EST
A little extra shortcut - if you're using IE and an MP3 or MPEG is playing in the browser, especially if it's playing via Quicktime you'll normally find that you have the file in your temporary internet files folders or the cache files. Then just copy it to the folder you want it in.
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