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ATLbravesFAN

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Ok I'm new here,

so HI everyone

I need some help, I'll try to explain my problem.

When I try to download a program of some sort I can't.

At first the a new window opens(like it's supposed to) but then nothing else happens, The file download percentage stays at 0% and nothing else apears(like the transfer rate and the estimated time left) it stays blank.

After a few moments an error message pops up and says "Internet Explorer was not able to open this internet site. The requested site is either unavailable or cannot be found. Please try again later."

Does anyone know a solution for this problem? if so your help will be greatly appreciated

Thank you, Danny
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larxanne

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have u tried a download manager??? like DAP or something???
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No I don't have one, Neither could I get one because I am not able to download anything.
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if you have another computer then download it on that, burn to disc and then install on urs.(If it works)
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Trya file transfer between IMing programs. Windows XP comes with MSN, so if you need someone to dl from, I can help maybe.

Edited by Instant, 11 August 2006 - 06:49 AM.

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Click start, control panel, network and internet, internet options, delete files, include offline content, delete cookies, clear history
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