What is inside the member’s
You will find all of the latest tools for accessing our database of
downloads. But due to the large demand for P2P software we have included
software which will allow you to connect the largest peer-to-peer networks
on the planet. You will also find online tutorials making it easy for you
install and learn the tools provided and a collection of tools that include
video players (allow you to play the latest video files), CD burning
application and much much more…
I'm new to downloading music, will this be very complicated?
We have made it easy for you. We give you the simple steps to get you going
fast. If you ever get stuck, or need help, just send us an email with your
question, and a friendly support person will show you what you need to do
What kind of support can I expect?
We have 3 teams of people offering support around the clock and 7 days a
week. Inside our member’s area, you will find clear online forms where you
can submit your questions. You get clear concise answers back in record
Is my registration secure and confidential?
Absolutely! Your personal information and email are never shared with any
other organization whatsoever – we take confidentiality very seriously. Our
registration process and payment pages are 100% secure and managed by
PayPal. We transmit data through SSL which encrypts the data being
What kind of music & movies, do you have?
All of the most popular music and movies - over 12 billion songs and movies
are on the network! You will be able to find almost every kind of music or
movie you can think of. We have not yet seen a music or movie genre that
does not exist on the network.
Do you have anything for Mac?
Yes we do! We offer the leading music and movie downloads for the Mac. The
number of programs created for Macs is less than PC's, however, we offer the
best programs for the MAC available.
I use AOL, will this service work for me?
Yes, our programs will work will all versions of AOL. All downloads are AOL
If I have a question, is there a real person that can help me?
Yes! We have a friendly technical staff that is willing and able to help
answer any software or downloading question you might have. All support
staff hired have to enjoy helping our customers find and download free music
Do I need a high speed connection, DSL or cable connection?
No you do not, a standard modem is just fine, the faster your connection the
faster your downloads will be. Most of our customers use a standard
How long does it normally take to download a song?
On a standard 56.6 Kbps dial-up modem, a 4 to 5 minute song would take about
the same time to download as any other 3-4 MB file. Download time is
directly proportional to the length and the file size and the speed of your
Internet connection. A high-speed Internet connection, cable or DSL, will
download much faster.
How long will I have to wait to gain access to your website?
We provide instant access! After you join, your email-address will be
instantly added to our database. You will then get an email which shows you
how to access the members area.
If you have questions please contact us.
How do I figure out which product to download?
The best way to figure out which product is best for you is to read the
short product descriptions found by clicking the product name on the Index
of Products page. If you want additional information, choose one of the
links beneath the Get Software button. It indicates for which platforms and
in which languages each product is available, what its system requirements
are, and how much it costs.
How long will it take to download a product?
Download times vary depending on the speed of your Internet connection and
the number of other people trying to download software at the same time. For
an estimate of download times with a 28.8 Kbps modem, choose the Download
Specs link next to each product description on the Index of Products page.
Do I need Windows Media Player to play the tracks?
Yes. We strongly recommend the use of Windows Media Player (Version 7 or
higher) to playback the tracks that have been downloaded. There are other
players available on the net that support the wma format but the version
upgrades might not be as up to date as the Windows Media Player. However,
you don't need any software player on your computer to play/sample the
tracks onsite. The site offers a embedded player which pops up as you click
"play this track".
Can I transfer these tracks to any portable devices or portable
Yes. The "DRM" adds a right in the license to enable or disable copying to a
portable device or portable media. When enabled, the packaged digital media
file can be copied to a portable device or portable media. The number of
times you can export the track to trusted (secure) and insecure portable
players will be specified in the license agreement form which pops up when
you try to download the track for the first time. The license is bound to a
unique ID on the portable device or media.
How long does it normally take to download a track?
On an average, on a 56.6 Kbps dial-up modem, a 4 to 5 minute track would
take about the same time to download as any other 3-4 MB file. The time
taken is directly proportional to the length and the file size of the track
you are downloading. With a cable/DSL or any other broadband connection, it
should take relatively lesser time. This is purely dependent on your
internet connectivity, since different Internet Service Providers (ISP)
offer different speeds. The download will be much faster if the internet
traffic at that point of time is low.
Does it matter that I connect to the internet through a proxy?
In most cases, no. However, we advise you to contact your network
administrator to do the needful, if any change is the network settings is
How do I install your programs (what's a .ZIP file)?
Installation varies from program to program; most of the programs have their
own installer (these files end in an .EXE), and you simply need to double
click on the icon, and follow the directions. Now other files are in a
compressed format called "RAR" or "ZIP", which makes the download size smaller and
speeds up how quickly you get it. In order to use a program that has been
compressed like this, you need a utility that will expand it back up to its
original size. There are many utilities like this, but the easiest is
probably WinZip. It's a relatively small and very easy to use program, and
you'll find it immensely useful the more time you spend downloading things
off of the net, since a very large amount of the information is compressed
using utilities similar to this. Once you have downloaded and installed it,
click Open or Run this program from its current location.
I try to download, but all I get is a Server Error?
A couple of scenarios can cause a Server Error #500. Most common is that our
servers are experiencing some temporary network problems. Normally, these
problems are fixed within an hour; however, it is possible for them to go on
longer. Please contact technical support.
My web browser asks me if I want to save or open the file. What
should I do?
When downloading the software, your web browser may ask whether you want to
save the file or open it from its current location. It is always recommended
that you choose to save the file to a directory on your computer's hard
drive. This way you can reinstall the software at a later date without
having to download it again. After the download is complete, you can install
the software by double-clicking on the file.
I just downloaded and saved the file to my hard drive, but I forgot
where it is. How can I find it again?
This is a common problem and the solution is very easy. Normally your web
browser defaults to the same directory for every download, until you change
it. An easy way to find out the download directory is to simply start
another download. When asked, choose to save the file to your hard drive and
the "Save As" window will appear, revealing your download directory. I
downloaded a file and it wont play on my MP3 player? Most MP3 files on
public servers are named with strange extensions or are not descriptive to
what file type they are. If you already tried renaming the extension of the
file to .MP3 and it wont play it may be a COMPRESSED ARCHIVE file in various
formats. Of which the most popular is obviously WINZIP. Try renaming to .ZIP
and open the file in WinZip. There are other COMPRESSED formats and some
have password encryption so you may need a password. In most cases we
provide the password if we know it but 99% of the time the file is either an
MP3 file or a WinZip file. One other occasionally used format is
self-extracting archive. Try renaming to .exe and running it (BE CAREFUL
SCAN FOR VIRUSES).