Are you having trouble playing or downloading MP3 files?

To play MP3 files, you will need free media-player software, such as Windows Media Player, RealPlayer, Quicktime, or iTunes.

Macintosh Download MP3 Help:

On some browsers (particularly Internet Explorer 5 and Netscape 7 on a Macintosh), MP3 files may not download correctly. When you click the link, you may see a page of nonsense code. Here are your options, depending on your operating system and browser:

Mac OS 9 Internet Explorer 5 users: Click and hold the mouse cursor over the link. On the menu that appears, select "Download Link to Disk." Then locate the file and click it to play it.

Mac OS 9 Netscape 7 users: Click and hold the mouse cursor over the link. On the menu that appears, select "Save Link Target as..." and select where you want to save the MP3. Then locate the file and click it to play it.

Mac OS X Internet Explorer 5 users: Hold down the Control key, then click and hold the mouse cursor over the link. On the menu that opens, select "Download Link to Disk." Then locate the file and click it to play it.

Mac OS X Netscape 7 users: Hold down the Control key, then click and hold the mouse cursor over the link. On the menu that opens, select "Save Link Target as..." and select where you want to save the MP3. Then locate the file and click it to play it.

PC Download MP3 Help:

Windows 2000/XP Internet Explorer 5 or Internet Explorer 6 users: Right-click the mouse cursor over the link. On the menu that opens, select "Save target as..." and select where you want to save the MP3. Then locate the file and double click it to play it.

Windows 2000/XP Netscape 7 users: Right-click the mouse cursor over the link. On the menu that opens, select "Save Link Target as..." and select where you want to save the MP3. Then locate the file and double click it to play it.