I try to install bearshare 4 times, and it stops, its at installing files, then it stops at configuring settings, and that is where it stays. went to windows firewall and has a ck in the box next to bearshare. like it said to ck out. I'm using windows xp thanks if you can help
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There can be several causes for this. First less Harddisk space as compared to that required by files being transferred. Two, the mother DVD is corrupt or has a cyclic redundancy try a clean DVD. File format on your DVD may be incompatible or even contain a malware!
Bearshare is a program that can be used to download and listen to audio files on your computer. You can also use Bearshare to put music directly onto your iPod or portable music player. Using Bearshare to add songs to your iPod will save you the time of having to search for your downloaded files using iTunes. By using Bearshare, you can download a new song and place that song directly onto your iPod without having to open another software program.
Download the latest version of Bearshare (see Below). http://www.bearshare.com/ Install Bearshare onto your computer. When you do, Bearshare will search for audio files that are already on your computer. The program will then add those files to the "My Library" portion of Bearshare. Open Bearshare. Click the "iPod/Mp3 Player" option on the left side of Bearshare. Plug your iPod into your computer. A dialog box will open on your screen. Click "OK." The "iPod/Mp3 Player" option will be replaced with the name of your iPod. Click the "My Library" option in the top left corner of Bearshare. Any songs that you added when installing Bearshare or that you have downloaded with Bearshare will appear on the screen. Click on the song and then drag the file over to the name of your iPod found on the left side of the screen. Doing so will add that song to your iPod. Continue doing this until you are finished adding songs to your iPod. Disconnect the iPod and close Bearshare.
Could be an issue with the hard drive or corrupt boot files. Try starting the machine in safe mode by pressing F8 key repeatedly at startup and choose the last known good configuration option. If that doesn't work, try Inserting the windows disc into your dvd drive and restart the computer. Choose the 'press any key to boot from cd' option. At the installation screen choose new installation. Choose language settings at next screen and at the next screen choose 'repair my computer' and choose the 'startup repair' option.
This error refers to an inaccessable boot device. I typically will fix this error by booting the PC from another form of boot media (Example: Linux Ubuntu) to access the files. But to make it simple for any user, you will want to buy a replacement hard drive, that your system can support.
Cut power to the PC. Physically remove the damaged drive. Install the new replacement drive, and install your recovery CD to this drive. Once the system is back online from Recovery, you can re-connect the damaged drive, as a slave, to retrieve the data.
Most new systems will allow both drive to detect in the system if you set the jumper on the end to Cable Select (CS). If you have SATA drives, Master/Slave doesn't apply.
Beyond this point, if the drive will not allow access to the files, you will have to follow the same method, but try installing some free File Recovery Tools to scan the damaged drive with, like PCI File Recovery.
Contact me if you would like more detailed instructions sent to your email. You will have to send me a make and model of the PC though.
Download 1.Click Download Now, to download the file. 2.When the File Download window appears, click Save this program to disk (Windows XP users, click Save) and click OK. The Save In: window appears. 3.From the Save In: field, click the down arrow then click to select Desktop and click Save. The file will download to your desktop. 4.If the Download Complete window appears, click Close. The file name icon appears on your desktop.
Install 1.Double-click the new icon on the desktop labeled DELL_WIRELESS-5620-EVDO-HSPA_A08_R269884.exe. The Self-Extractor window appears. 2.Click OK or Continue. The Self-Extracting Driver Installation window appears and prompts to extract files to C:\DELL\DRIVERS\R269884. 3.Leave all of the default settings and click Unzip or OK. If the directory doesn't exist, you'll be prompted to create one. Click Yes. A Self Extractor window appears and indicates C:\DELL\DRIVERS\R269884 files were extracted. 4.Click OK. Follow the on-screen installation instructions in the window.
HTML Pop-Up With Install Now Button 1.The Dell Software Installation Documentation window appears. 2.Click the Install Now button. A File Download window appears. 3.Click Run this program from its current location and click OK. The Security Warning window appears. 4.Click Yes. The InstallShield Wizard window appears. 5.Follow the on-screen instructions.
If you haven't installed it, you can just select the file and hit the delete button. If it is installed, you should be able to go to Start, Control Panel - look for Add/Remove Programs or Uninstall a Program. This will present you with a list of software that is installed on your computer. Find Bearshare in the list, and either double-click it, or click it once and then click uninstall / remove.
Honestly, I recommend NOT downloading BearShare or iMesh. They're sites where other people put up file-sharing things, and it's all full of viruses that can get into your system. I downloaded LimeWire and after a week, I had files and files of hidden Trojan viruses.
Instead I highly recommend Freecorder 4. I've had it for a while and it's great.
Here's the link if you want it: http://www.applian.com/freecorder4/
All it is is a recorder. Go onto YouTube, type in any single song you want (and make sure it's at its highest quality sound) and click the record button on it and play the song. When the song ends, hit "Stop Recording" and a new window will pop up with the recorded audio.
All you do is follow the directions and you can have a virus-free audio recorder. Hope it works out
Most MP3 players should work with bearshare. Outside bearshare check if you can open the file when you go in your hardrive. If you cannot then there could be a problem with the MP3 player you are using. Right click the music file and select 'open with' and look for the MP3 player installed if none is listed go to the default application option. If there is none or it would not still play or have it recognized, have the player re-installed. Remember to restart.
Goto http://www.bearshare.com/ and download the software, use http://www.bearshare.com/helpfiles/ to help you with the install instructions as well as the user instructions.
You'll need to open up your laptop's firewall settings to allow Bearshare access to it's Peer-to-Peer network. Do not install any optional programs that come with Bearshare and only share files that you have the digital rights to.
Using any Peer-to-Peer program opens up your computer to file sharing so be careful to read through the user guide to protect the files on your computer that you don't want to share.