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7. In Internet Explorer 9, Windows 7 & 8, users, will notice a box a the bottom of
their screen will pop up asking if they want to continue reading scrips or allowing
scrips. You are to click 'Proceed', 'Yes' or 'Allow', in order to get the files for
the download process to work. Scripts do nothing to your computer unless they are
It is a safety mechanisim that Microsoft puts in place against hackers & other reasons
to prevent others from giving you a virus. If you don't click 'Proceed', 'Allow'
or 'Yes', you will not be able to download the ZIP, R. A. R, or EXE file! This will
not effect your computer when you download from us.
8. In Internet Explorer 9, When the box appears at the bottom of your screen, it
will ask you, 'do you want to run or save' the program from w w w. star dancer.net?
To the right, in the same box, you will see 3, buttons; 'Run', 'Save', 'Cancel' and
a 'X', which stands for 'Close This Box'. (Check out Example No. 3).
9a. Click on the 'Run', Button if you want to extract the file to your desktop without
copying the compressed file to your hard drive!
9b. Click on the 'Save' Button if you want to copy the compressed file program to
your hard drive, leaving the file in its compressed state. You will still need to
run the program, by clicking on it, to download & unpack your certificate, file,
etc. to your hard drive. For more information about compressed files & compression
programs, go to our help & support page, under compressed files and read about them.
Warning: We Do Not Recommend Leaving The Compressed EXE File On Your Hard Drive!
Please Delete It, After You Unpack or Decompress Your Files! This Is For Safety Purposes!
We Use The 'Win R.A.R. 32 bit Version', The Free Version, Which Is Not Recommended
By Microsoft, To Leave On Your Hard Drive!
10a. If you clicked on the 'Run' button, Another window will popup at the bottom
of your screen, (See Image Example No. 4). To the left of the box there is a red
sheild with an 'X' in it. Written next to it, is, 'The 'file.exe' is not commonly
downloaded and could harm your computer!' Ignore this when downloading from 'star
dancer.net'; To the right is 3, buttons. 'Delete', 'Actions' & 'View Downloads'.
i. Clicking The 'Delete' Button will delete the compressed file and keep you from
decompressing the files to your hard drive!
ii. Clicking The 'Actions' Button will cause another window to popup. (See Image
Example No. 5). This is your 'actions screen filter' in Internet Explorer at work.
The box says at the top 'this program might harm your computer!' Ignore this when
downloading from 'star dancer.net'; 3, Arrows with 3, different methods for treating
the download will be given as an alternative & recommendation from Internet Explorer
The 1st, is 'Don't Run This Program!' This will keep you from decompressing the files
to your hard drive! The 2nd, is 'Delete The Program!' This will also, keep you from
decompressing the files to your hard drive and completely erase it! The 3rd, is 'Run
Anyway!' Which will get you to the files so you can decompress them! Another window
will popup asking you to agree to the terms & conditions, (See Image Example 6).
You may need your password once again! (See Image Example 7).
iii. Clicking The 'View Downloads' Button will send you to another window! 'The View
& Track Your Downloads' Window! (See Image Example No. 8). In this box you will also
see a red sheild with an 'X' in it. To the right you will see the statement 'This
program is not commonly downloaded & could harm your computer!' Ignore this when
downloading from 'star dancer.net'; To the right you will see 2, buttons. The 'Delete'
Button & The 'Actions' Button. To the bottom of the box you will also see 2, buttons.
The 'Clear List' Button & The 'Close' Button.
Again, 'The Delete' Button Will Delete the Program & Keep You From Decompressing
The Files To Your Hard Drive! The 'Actions' Button Will Send You To the Actions Screen
Filter Box with 3, alternatives, (Read Section 10a-2). The 'Clear List' Button, will
Clear All Downloads In That Box! The 'Close' Button will Close the Box, Leaving All
Downloads Pending! (See Image Example No. 8).
10b. If you clicked on the 'Save' button. The 'Save' button has 4, options. The 'Save'
option (The Button Itself) or the 'Down Arrow' Next to the 'Save' Button which has
3, options. 'Save', 'Save As' & 'Save and Run'.
i. The 'Save' option (The Button Itself), Leads you to a box at the bottom of your
screen. (See & Read All of Section 10a).
ii. The 'Down Arrow' Next to the 'Save' Button, Option 1; 'Save'. This Leads you
to a box at the bottom of your screen. (See & Read All of Section 10a).
iii. The 'Down Arrow' Next to the 'Save' Button, Option 2; 'Save As'. This opens
a window to your 'File Manager' for browse & saving the files to the location you
want them on your hard drive! Then a box will popup at the bottom of your screen.
(See & Read All of Section 10a).
iv. The 'Down Arrow' Next to the 'Save' Button, Option 3; 'Save and Run'. This Leads
you to a box at the bottom of your screen. (See & Read All of Section 10a).
11. Once you have got to our Terms & Agreements Box, make sure that you give your
file a name and choose 'browse' and select a file you would like to download it to,
on your hard drive! By Clicking on agree, you will notice that a password box will
appear! Type in your password that was sent to you via email & click O.K. This will
start the download, extraction process, to the file you choosed!
12. The next thing to do is check out the file, certificate, etc. you downloaded
to your hard drive! If there are any imperfections please do not hesitate and give
us a call! Your business is important to us. Leave a message with your phone number
and we will get back to you. If you prefer to email us, go to our contact page at
13. Corrupt Files: This does not happen until after the download, extraction process
has happened. The file would have to be corrupted during the packing process. If
you see a 'Corrupt File' window or a Corrupted Files' window, in Internet Explorer
9, Before you get to our terms, conditions & agreement box, This could be caused
by few things that happens in Internet Explorer 9 with Windows 7 or 8.
a.) Your computer is brand new. You pulled it out of the box, only days ago and you
turned it on and went to Internet Explorer 9 with Windows 7 or 8, and tried to download
the program! Usually the words 'Corrupt File' or 'Corrupted Files' will appear the
first time after trying to download a Zip, R.A.R., or EXE file with no rights or
certificates attatched to it.
This is Internet Explorer 9 with Windows 7 or 8, showing who's boss! This problem
will not persist once you get to know your computer! Try turning off your computer
and then going back to it later, and then, try to download the files.
b.) Your virus protection program/software is set to high in its protective state,
causing you not to be able to download programs, such as zip files, R.A.R. files,
Exe files, audio files, etc. Try toning it down a notch!
c.) You use another browser to download. We only reccommend Internet Explorer! Not
any other browser! Try It You'll Like It!
d.) You miss read the boxes when they appeard on your screen, such as in, our image
examples 4 & 5, check them out! This happens all of the time! If you are reading
quickly through the boxes, take time out to notice, that the boxes say, 'This Program
Might Be Harmful or Could Be Harmful To Your Computer!' The word is 'Might Be!' or
'Could Be', Not Corrupt! Ignore this statement, when downloading from 'star dancer.net';
None of our material through downloading will harm your computer!
e.) You Really Have A Corrupted File! This happens trough the packing process, sometimes,
but not likely! If you have this problem please give us a call right away. Your business
is important to us.
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