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How To Download Raiden-X Flash Game From Rapidshare With Internet Explorer

I wrote about Raiden-X flash game download link in Rapidshare.com that I’ve found yesterday. But, you might wonder how do I download and play it offline.

If the Raiden-X flash game is not hosted in Rapidshare.com, or if it’s a one-click direct-download link that without require one to enter captcha (verification code), you can easily right-click the link and select “Save Target As…”.

So, how to download the Raiden-X shockwave-flash game from Rapidshare.com?

How to download Raiden-X flash game in IE7 in Windows Vista? How to know or identify that IE is downloading file or has completed downloading the file?
Because the Raiden-X flash game is not compressed or zipped, Internet Explorer will not pop up the download dialog box for you to specify where to save it in local drive! IE will attempt to render or play the shockwave-flash game after it’s downloaded to temporarily Internet file cache folder.

A shockwave-flash game is an interactive flash file that end with swf file extension

As seen in the bottom-left of IE status bar (picture above), the file is being downloaded to temporarily file folder. Once the Raiden-X download is completed (the bottom-left of IE status bar displays DONE), you can save a copy from the IE cache folder to elsewhere for offline playing:

Using IE protected mode in Windows Vista

Please refer to an earlier guide on how to retrieve flash video in IE7 cache folder.
Where is IE7 cache folder or Temporarily Internet Files folder (TIF) in Windows Vista?

While IE7 running in protected mode in Windows Vista, IE7 will store or cache temporarily Internet files in a special Low versions folders:
Cache
%userprofile%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files\Low
Temp
%userprofile%\AppData\Local\Temp\Low
Cookies
%userprofile%\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Cookies\Low
History
%userprofile%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\History\Low

Using IE7 in Windows XP
  1. Click Tools button and select Internet Options
  2. Click the Settings button of Browsing History section
  3. Click View Files button
  4. Press ALT + D keyboard shortcut to highlight Windows Explore Address Bar
  5. Append \content.ie5 to the folders path in address bar and press ENTER.
    The downloaded Raiden-X flash game, as well as other temporarily files downloaded from Internet by IE7 of XP SP2, can be found in one of the folders here.

    [ The content.IE5 folder is not displayed by simply enable View Hidden and System files option, unless the superhidden registry key is turn on as well! ]

Using IE6 SP2 in Windows XP / Windows 2000
  1. Click Tools menu and select Internet Options
  2. Click the Settings button of Temporarily Internet Files section
  3. Click View Files button
  4. Press ALT + D keyboard shortcut to highlight Windows Explore Address Bar
  5. Append \content.ie5 to the folders path in address bar and press ENTER. Looks for the Raiden-X flash game that stored in either one of the few folders here!

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