Usually, lack of cookies.Zarxrax wrote:NM, it dont work.
What I never understood, is if the BROWSER can intercept the download url... then whats stopping a download manager from getting it?
Eek-1 wrote:FlashGet 1.60 (for Windows IE users): FlashGet is a powerful yet free and lightweight download manager for Windows. The shareware version allows for unlimited use, and will not install adware into your computer. With this software you can do multiple and batch download, and let it hangup and shutdown the computer when all is done. =)
Configure FlashGet to work with IE 5.x, 6.x
You only need to do this one time. Simply go to the Options -> Protocol. In the HTTP category, change the User Agent to Internet Explorer 5.x. Make sure that Send Referrer and Enable Cookies are checked. When you're done, hit OK.
Download a Local video
FlashGet should be able to detect and handle the download automatically after the 10-seconds. But if it doesn't, and an IE save box opened instead, just hit Cancel. Simply drag the download link that appeared on the bottom to the DropZone, and then hit OK.
Pause and Resume
Hit the pause button to halt, play button to resume.
If the download won't resume after the last time (probably yesterday), that is because the Org cookie in your computer is already expired. Go to the members login page and log yourself. After that it should be able to resume.
PM me for help, tips, suggestions, corrections etc.
Sorry, but the above method doesn't work anymore. You just have to do the conventional way, and pray it wouldn't get disconnected until the download's done.Underlord Backlash wrote:No link appeared for me after hitting cancel.
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