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Wednesday, 16 May 2018 05:19 AM Permalink

Lionrobe and others re: Zippyshare

JD has mentioned several time about setting up ad-blocker software on your computer. I have not done that, and I have no membership. This is the simple key.

When you open one of JD's links, at the top of the page is the name of the file and a download link. Aften, when you try to scroll or open the link or sometimes even when you click the download button (beside the file you want to open) another tab will open. When that happens, be patient, be smart: Close the tab. Don't click on it. Just close it. This might happen twice (though not very often). Same thing. CLOSE it.

Eventually you'll be able to click on the download button for the file listed at the top of the page. A window should open naming the file and asking where you want to save it. When you click OK, the file will download.

If you have poor impulse control or can't figure out when a new tab opens, you will at very least end of with installers of some BS program you don't want and maybe some malware. Your choice. Don't click on ANY window or tab that opens. Just the download window (which hopefully you recognize). Then you'll get the file you want.
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