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Posted on 1997-04-30
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My hard drive is full. i have a ps1 486 sx.win 3.1 and netscape browser.No manuel for any of this so I am dumb. I want to down load something from the net toa disk. What do I do?
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When you go to do your download, there is an option to "save as", this allows you to direct your download to the drive\directory you want it to go. You should get a simulair dialog as when you do a save as in most programs, just change the path by selecting the desired drive letter. Then click on save, one problem if the file is larger than the space available on the drive, I'm assuming your going to save to a floppy?
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