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Have you ever been listening to music on a music blog such as hypem or earmilk and liked a song, but couldn't find a place to download it from? This Instructable will guide you through a very simple way to download music from a blog quickly and easily. The required materials for this are:

- Mozilla Firefox 3.6.9
- Access to you computer cache
- Itunes

I used Windows 7, however this tutorial can be applied to other versions of Windows, I am just not sure which ones. Make sure to USE THE PICTURES, I spent a lot of time making this as easy as possible. Also, the song in this Instructable was just chosen at random and I did not think it was very good when I listened to it. I hope this helps some people.

Step 1: Download and Installing Mozilla Firefox 3.6.9

To Download:
- Download the "Mozilla Firefox 3.6.9 Setup" from this link:

- Click on the link above
- Click on the "Download Now" box as shown in the picture
- Click on the "Save File" button on the dialog box
- Allow your browser to download the small file

To Install:
- Locate the file you have just saved (mine is in my default download folder)
- Run the file by double-clicking on it
- Click "Run" on the dialog box
- Click "Next"
- Click "Next"
- Click "Upgrade" (or it could say "Install", however mine does not because Firefox is already installed)
- Allow it to install
- Click "Finish" and close out of the Firefox when it opens up
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kbarbara3 years ago
alterator4 years ago
pretty old though, but you can get direct links to every media, your pc is downloading to view sites..
youtube videos, music files, flash games, etc..
kelseymh4 years ago
Why are you specifying FF 3.6.9? The most recent security update for the FF 3 series is 3.6.18. Also, both FF4 and FF5 are available.
beansunited (author)  kelseymh4 years ago
I only know how to do it on Firefox 3.6.9, it might work on other 3.x Firefoxs, I am not sure. However, I did update to Firefox 4 when it came out and my cache got messed up, it had a bunch of folders and was very confusing. I just found this was the easiest for me.
vipin7864 years ago
I think we can use "NirSoft VideoCacheView" for the same and its easy to use try it out :) .
beansunited (author)  vipin7864 years ago
I might try it out, but for now this works for me.