From: Daave on 5 Jul 2010 23:31
> "Daave" <daave(a)example.com> wrote in message
>> Jo-Anne wrote:
>>> Thank you, Daave! I'm afraid I need more help, though. First, I
>>> checked Temporary Internet Files, which showed a folder named
>>> Content.IE5, which seemed to contain a bunch of letter/number jpg,
>>> gif, etc. files. Did I do something wrong?
>> Try this (it's for IE7, but if you have IE8, I'm sure it's similar):
>> Tools | Internet Options | Browsing History: Settings | View Files
>> Click the "Size" column until the largest files are on top. You
>> should see it/them now.
>> In IE7, this is the location:
>> C:\Documents and Settings\[profile]\Local Settings\Temporary Internet
>> (If you're in a folder by the name of Content.IE5, I'll bet it's
>> under another profile!)
>> You could also get there using Windows Explorer, but you need to show
>> hidden *and* protected operating system files in Folder Options in
>> order to get there that way.
> Done! It worked perfectly, Daave! I have IE7 on this computer, and I
> followed your directions, using Tools | Internet Options, etc. So
> nice that I can do this without adding yet another program.
> Thank you!
From: Jo-Anne on 5 Jul 2010 23:31
"Daave" <daave(a)example.com> wrote in message
> Jo-Anne wrote:
>> Then, I tried keepvid.com, but I got the following message across the
>> top of the page: "Your security settings do not allow websites to use
>> ActiveX controls on your computer... Click here for options." But I
>> can't click on that message. As soon as I hover the mouse over it, it
>> goes blue and is unclickable. I pasted in the URL anyway and clicked
>> on "download." The page said: "Loading Java applet." But it never
>> loaded, and I got an error message that indicated I could "click
>> here" to download Java or--if I had it--restart the browser. I could
>> have sworn I had Java, but I don't see a Sun Microsystems folder in
>> Program Files, and I didn't see anything in Add or Remove Programs.
>> Does this mean that I should download Java? (I did restart the
>> browser but encountered the same problem.)
>> Thank you again!
> What kind of profile are you using: limited user account or computer
> What are your current security settings?
> Which security programs are currently running on your PC?
> For Java:
> I prefer to download the larger "Offline" package. When you install it,
> there is no need to install any toolbars, etc., when prompted.
> To confirm you have the latest Java, go here (actually do this first!):
> BTW: The most recent version is:
> Version 6, Update 20
> That being said, there are Java exploits out in the wild that *could* set
> into motion malware entering your PC, and you may not want to use the
> keepvid.com website after all!
I think I'll forego Java for now, especially since I managed to use your
easy method to copy the temporary internet files.