how do I find the midi files I downloaded?

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  1. Ilikecannedbeef

    Ilikecannedbeef New Member

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    the downloads happen so fast I cant find them.
  2. Dark Wolf

    Dark Wolf Junkpost Stalker

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    hmmmm . . . . usally i dont have that problem because usally most of the time you actually get to choose where to put the file at before you actually get to click to download the file.

    I never actually heard of the problem before but i mean what do i know. . . . . i have AOL. :(

    lol
  3. cloz

    cloz New Member

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    finding ure file

    Hi,

    If u r having trouble finding the file, when saving, save it onto your desktop so you cant miss it!:cool:
  4. willi001

    willi001 New Member

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    The best way to find anything on your computer is to do a search for it.Go to your start button(bottom left)and up to Find, it will open some choices.Choose files and folders, them type in the name of the song and hit search. It should find it on your system somewhere..If you have more than one hard drive make sure to specify which one you want to search..This is all assuming you are on windows of some kind..You can also go to your internet temp file. they should be in there also..
  5. theARTiSAN

    theARTiSAN Administrator Staff Member Super Mod

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    :: Moves thread to computer related forum ::

    You guys said it all.

    When you search, you can search for *.mid to show all MIDIs, or just search for *.mid in your temp internet files folder (which would prob. be easier).
  6. djdarren

    djdarren New Member

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    when downloadin, just right click the file and select save target as... this means you can choose where to put the file

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