Kann mir vielleicht jemand diesen Text hier übersetzten? Meine englisch Kenntnisse sind leider nicht besonders gut um es selber zu machen
1) Go to tools.htm: Seekers' tools, tools for searchers, internet searching tools and scroll down until you see "wget1531.zip". Download that thing somewhere, unpack it and then simply copy the executable called "wget.exe" in c:windows or c:windowssystem32 (this is for having the executable in a location which is automatically searched for when issued from the command line, because it's included in the PATH environment variable).
2) Then open up a "cmd". Go to Start -> Run... and type there "cmd" and press enter. A "Command Prompt" will appear. (Or alternatively you can search for "Command Prompt" in Start -> All Programs -> Accessories, it should be there by default.)
3) There are a few basic MS-DOS commands you should know of. You would probably like to change the location, to get the things you want in a specific dir.
cd <dir_name_here> - changes the current directory to the one specified by dir_name_here.
Example: cd c:Documents and SettingsjoeMy Documentsmusic
IMPORTANT!!! Don't ever forget to use your TAB key. It's used for auto-completion. For instance you're writing
"cd c:docu"[..ments blah blah] - when you typed in "c:docu" you can already press the tab key and the rest ("ments and Settings") will auto-complete.
dir - displays the contents of the directory you're currently in.
mkdir <dir_name> OR md <dir_name> creates a directory named dir_name (and then you can cd to it).
4) When you first start cmd, you should be located in c:documents and settingsyourusernamehere
Example: cd c:downloads
Or you could have your new downloads on another "drive", i.e. partition. For this you'd do:
and then you'd finally be located in x:musicunsorted
Now we're ready to go.
5) Be sure to have in "memory" the link location you want to get. In this specific case that , you'll be located in Nachtmystium - Instinct Decay. There you'll see the songs listed individually. Right click on one of them and if you use a NORMAL browser (i.e. not IE), you'll see something like "Copy Link Location". Do it.
Now get back in your ugly looking command prompt... type there:
wget [press space]
and then right-click in that black window and select paste.
Right now your line should look something like
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