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on: May 11, 2012, 08:16:19 PM
I am unable to find the manual and extras for downloading that are supposed to be on disk 5 of my 5 disk Let's Draw Course.  Want to download them before starting, as instructed on disk 1.  What am I doing wrong?

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Reply #1 on: May 11, 2012, 09:03:21 PM
Nolan should be able to answer this one but, I'll try give a few ideas to see if they help:
Find 'My Computer' on your desktop. Right click then 'Open' or 'Explore'. Look to see if any of what you need are there. Right click on it if so and, look to see if it is downloadable then check 'downloading' at the bottom of your screen (that's what it does with mine and I use Google Chrome as my IE -Internet Explorer-).
Alternatively, click on 'Start' on the bottom left of your screen, find and click on 'Control Panel', look for 'Hardware & Sound' or 'programmes' and click on those to take a look further to see if there is an option to open your drive and explore the CD ROM. (ROM means Read Only Memory). Look to download by right clicking and seeking options.
Good luck and I hope you get sorted out soon.
« Last Edit: May 12, 2012, 07:25:08 AM by Topdoginuk »
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Reply #2 on: May 11, 2012, 11:18:48 PM
Thanks for the reply.  I discovered that it was necessary to change my default settings and all is now okay.  Think this will be a fun course now that I am all set to start. :)


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Reply #3 on: May 12, 2012, 02:33:44 AM
Hi Liz,

The manuals are there, trust me!  I had the same problem!

I had to get my tech. man come for a visit and he set up my computer so I could access the documents.

I hope you can get the problem solved without too much trouble.
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