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If you do not see the security bar and the download is still being blocked, adding "" (with no www) to your trusted site list often fixes the problem.
For Internet Explorer:
Go to > Tools > Internet options > Security tab > and select the "Trusted sites" section.
Now click the "Sites" button.
Type in "" with no "quotes" and no "www".
Uncheck the checkbox at the bottom that says, "require server verification..."
Click Close > click OK.
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Go to > Tools > Options > Security tab
Now click the "Exceptions" button.
Type in "" with no "quotes" and no "www".
Click Allow > click Close > click OK.
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If you decide to select the RUN option instead, your computer will automatically choose a hard-to-find location within it's temporary folders. When finished it will immediately begin to install the software or begin playing in the case of music and videos. If there are any problems when downloading, you will usually have to re-download the entire file again. This is also why we recommend always selecting the SAVE option.
Choosing a download location
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Changing download locations
If you do not know your default download location you can try this simple trick to determine where your computer is downloading your files to.
Start a new file download. It can be the same program you just downloaded or another one all together.
A dialog box should pop up asking if you would like to Run or Save the file > Choose Save.
The "Save Window" should now open. The folder name at the top middle of the "Save Window" is your current download location.

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