I have just downloaded Frostwire. When I try to play a song I have downloaded it asks me to download x3codec, which I did and installed, but it still says the same thing. I closed and reopened Frostwire but it still asks me to install X3codec. I am not a very computer savvy person so will sincerely appreciate help in simple terms that I can follow. Thank you so much!!
JJ40 wrote:Thank you so much! I have now downloaded an alternate copy and it's perfect. Now when I try to delete the bad ones they won't be deleted coz it says they are being used by another program? Is this a trojan? Have I compromised my comp? It sucks not knowing much about comps. Please help, how can I make sure I have nothing malicious in my machine? Also could you guide me how I could choose the right torrent? Any markers to go by? And, one more question: how do I interpret 'source' and 'extention'?
P.S. I just downloaded another song with the same message about codec. They do not have anything different about them in the search results for me to filter them. How do I avoid these?
JJ40 wrote:Thanks Scott1x. Problem is, I have already downloaded it, and in torrents I cannot figure out which ones are the bad ones as they are not the same heading/title . How do I figure out the ones I want to delete?
JJ40 wrote:Okay, this will sound stupid, but I will ask you:
I have found where the files are being stored, and I opened the c files and went to a folder named .frostwire5. Should I delete this entire folde?
JJ40 wrote:HOLY COW! I just started Frostwire and there are 630 finished downloads in my library? What's going on? I had downloaded a total of 4...I am a bit freaked out
JJ40 wrote:Thanks again Scott1x. I will read your help pages now. Out of those 631 songs, only the ones that I have downloaded play. Some others play in bits and pieces. I don't quite understand it. I used to use Ares earlier and the whole process was fairly simple. And I NEVER had 630 songs out of nowhere.
Scott1x wrote:Hang in there, and I should add this information to my help pages... You are not the only one to ask this.
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