Click'N'Load Download Guide (Linksave.In)

Click'N'Load is the built in jDownloader's container that does not require the downloading on the container file to your computer/desktop when you wish to download the files using jDownloader.

It is required to install jDownloader and Click'N'Load before you can start to download images from my threads if We have used Linksave.in's Click'NLoad protection services to protect the downloads We made.

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Install and let's it automatic update latest plugin.


Step 1. Install jDownloader and Click'N'Load Plugin



Step 2. Click on the Click'N'Load button on the Linksave.In's page



Step 3. Wait for the container to be automatically loaded in jDownloader



Step 4. It will automatically check links online statuses

Step 5. Click "Continue" to start your download immediately!


You can easy add your premium account to download with JDownloader



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FAQ :
- Why not using CryptLoad ? CryptLoad using CCF, DDF ... containner. And They gets decrypted easier , links get reported. Until nơw not with Click'n'Load.
- Why using JDownloader ? JDownloader supported Windows, Mac, Linux ... than Cryptload only can deal with Windows


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Troubleshooting:
What to do when an error says "the dlc container is invalid"?

Pretty simple, just wait for 30 minutes or the next day and try again. Sometime, LinkSave.In's servers are busy that causes the CNL resolving issue , no big deal actually.
Just try again in about 30 - 60 minutes later, or the following day, it should work.

Post any other issues if you have under this article or Pm me , We will try to support your problems the best We can.
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    coffeebar 21 Feb 2010 #

    hmmm...

    Funny thing is I'm running the newest jd version (0.9.579) and it is simply missing the click'n'load preferences setting shown in the first picture. No install button available.

    The update settings are directly followed by the FlashGot settings.
    The whole click'n'load settings are just simply missing.

    So to be shure I downloaded the jd files you are linking to, made a fresh install and guess what... no click'n'load settings available in the preferences. No way to activate it.

    Otherwise than that jd is running absolutely fine.

    This guide is quite nicely made - but I wish it was applicable to reality.

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    TheHunter 21 Feb 2010 #

    Download, Install JDownloader, and Let's it automatic update ( wait for few min). You'll see all new function update



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    cotswoldchap 26 Feb 2010 #

    The Hunter should be banned - he's a stupid cunt the way he sets up his links!!

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    cotswoldchap 12 Apr 2010 #

    Except i'm not - here i am :D

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    skadogg22 23 Mar 2010 #

    Works great. This is useful to download files that have been removed from RS/HF. Thanks Hunter!



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    coffeebar 21 Feb 2010 #

    hmmm...

    Funny thing is I'm running the newest jd version (0.9.579) and it is simply missing the click'n'load preferences setting shown in the first picture. No install button available.

    The update settings are directly followed by the FlashGot settings.
    The whole click'n'load settings are just simply missing.

    So to be shure I downloaded the jd files you are linking to, made a fresh install and guess what... no click'n'load settings available in the preferences. No way to activate it.

    Otherwise than that jd is running absolutely fine.

    This guide is quite nicely made - but I wish it was applicable to reality.

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    TheHunter 21 Feb 2010 #

    Download, Install JDownloader, and Let's it automatic update ( wait for few min). You'll see all new function update

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    coffeebar 21 Feb 2010 #

    Yes, I did update. I'm not stupid.
    (Besides: after installation it automatically starts an update ;)
    How else could I have ended up with 0.9.579 if I had not done an update before?

    But there are simply no preferences to activate click'n'load here.

    Maybe this only works with the windows version? But this should not be the case as jd is cross platform and this would be very poor.

    Anyway, I'll try OS X version later to see if I run into the same problems.

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    TheHunter 21 Feb 2010 #

    Better using Window, crap Mac !

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    coffeebar 21 Feb 2010 #

    You don't get it... I don't use a Mac. But I will go to a friend and try his Mac just to find out if that maybe solves the problem.

    I just haven't got any other ideas left after half a dozen reinstalls and searching jdownloader forums for hours.

    This click'n' load stuff is starting to seriously p*** me o**.

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    fooler75 21 Feb 2010 #

    It worked for me nicely. Thanks!

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    coffeebar 21 Feb 2010 #

    Ok, now I've tried my friends Mac. Installed jd, updated to newest version 0.9.579 and surprise...

    (imagine some drumroll sounds here)

    ... no preferences to switch on click'n'load. Only "Logging", "Update" and "Install FlashGot Firefox Addon".

    So I guess this only works with some Windows Versions of jd.

    And no, I will not install a windows box solely to try this crap again.
    Not to mention jd forums seems filled with problem reports about this topic even from windows users.

    Sorry Hunter, but I'm out. This just isn't worth it.

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    coffeebar 21 Feb 2010 #

    and I forgot:
    You can delete Linux and Mac Links above.
    Doesn't work with these variants.

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    johnybiking 4 May 2010 #

    I can confirm, You do not get the 'Install Click n Load' option in the General Basics screen as shown in the first screen. BUT on MAC OSX 10.5.7 everything works fine without it. I agree this is not the ideal way to download files, but these guys have to protect their files from being deleted by Rapdishare, Hotfile et al.

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    hawk007 21 Feb 2010 #

    Is there an option with JDownloader to auto shutdown or restart the computer after all downloads finished ?

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    coffeebar 22 Feb 2010 #

    There are plugins for such things.
    e.g. the "JD Shutdown" plugin for... shutdown.
    or the "JD Scheduler" plugin for time controlled actions.
    You'll find more in the documentation, which isn't hidden.

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    Fudge 26 Mar 2010 #

    Hi Coffeebar - I love it when I cant get something to work ....and I never give up until it is working - you sound like your giving up? - no man get it working and also you learn a lot not just in this case but all cases when something doesnt work -and I hear your frustration when some one guides you with there limited intelligence to the obvious things you have allready tried thinking your some type of Moron -- Chill out

    I test a lot of d/loads from softarchive using differant pc's _ and sometimes cant get suff to work but I never give up like a pussy and cry about it

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    TheHunter 22 Feb 2010 #

    Hello dear users and users of Linksave,

    in the course of continuous improvement, we lead tonight maintenance on the Linksave servers. We hope to have chosen the date to some useful and we hope that your nachseht the maintenance work.

    What exactly is done?

    - MySQL Server 2 will be integrated into the server farm.
    Firstly, from backup reasons alone saved links currently include more than 15 GB of data, on the other hand, for performance reasons.

    - Updates on all servers to be recorded
    These updates are partially represented by a reboot of the systems is necessary.

    We ask your pardon for the inconvenience and wish you much fun continues with Linksave.

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    cotswoldchap 26 Feb 2010 #

    The Hunter should be banned - he's a stupid cunt the way he sets up his links!!

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    Fudge 26 Mar 2010 #

    Well he is not as stupid as you as you are banned :D

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    cotswoldchap 12 Apr 2010 #

    Except i'm not - here i am :D

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    skadogg22 23 Mar 2010 #

    Works great. This is useful to download files that have been removed from RS/HF. Thanks Hunter!

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    tex 27 Mar 2010 #

    thanX

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    felz 1 May 2010 #

    23 02/05/10 23:09:02 - WARNING [java_downloader] -> Resumepoint not valid
    23 02/05/10 23:09:03 - WARNING [java_downloader] ->
    Error occured- latest: ERROR_PLUGIN_DEFECT
    00100000010001000000000000000001 <Statuscode
    00000000000000000000000000000001 |TODO
    00000000000001000000000000000000 |PLUGIN_IN_PROGRESS
    00000000010000000000000000000000 |ERROR_PLUGIN_DEFECT
    00100000000000000000000000000000 |PLUGIN_ACTIVE

    anyone explain me what's going on?

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    proba 21 May 2010 #

    JDownloader support here:

    http://board.jdownloader.org/

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    kkimber 25 Jul 2010 #

    I use the rapidshare link checker on grasemonkey (firefox) I happy.. note: grasemonkey is not successfully supported chrome (shit).

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