with Your MP3?
congestion is the most common cause of download failures.
Try again later during non-peak hours. Avoid lunch time and early evening.
you are an AOL user and
you are disconnected part way through the download, try again
later when AOL isn't as busy.
you have two browsers installed, try using the other browser.
are a few different processes, depending on how your player
is set up. After you click on the songs link, the song
should either save itself automatically to a temporary directory,
or a personal folder or directory on your hard drive. Or you
might get a pop-up prompting you to "Open the file" or "Save
to Disk." In this case, choose "Save to Disk." Your
computer will then ask you where you would like to save the
file. Choose a destination you can remember so you can find
the MP3 later.
When you click on the song, Netscape's audio player will pop
up. Right-click on the audio player and choose "Save As..." Name
the file (keep the ".mp3" extension!) and save to
your hard drive.
the song's link (For Macintosh, hold down the Option key and
click or click and hold), select Save Link As or Save Target
As, name the file (be sure to keep the .mp3 extention in the
name) and click save. You might also need to configure or "fine-tune" your