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Hi, I found a site that allows free download of world maps, I click on the files to download them and a 'downloading now" message comes up, but after a minute or so it says 'Done' but there's nothing there, just a blank monitor screen!
I see the files are called 'tif' files, I've never heard of them before, is there a special way to download them or what?
I'm Win XP Home
When downloading the images, right-click and select, Save Image As(in Firefox), or Save picture as...(in IE). Then just name it, and pick a folder to save it in. That way, you'll know where the image is "supposed" to be. If it's not there, then you have problems.
Edited by tg1911, 24 June 2007 - 07:55 PM.
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