I have been told that downloading a video with Windows Media Player was difficult.
So, I will stick with Real Player SP (free) and simple.
Just one-click and it's done. I can close the website and the download continues, automatic.
Once I have enough to fill a CD, I use "Audio Extractor" (free-version) to convert to MP3.
The nice part is, Real Player prevents WMPlayer from opening. Same for QuickTime Player.
Endless-Thanks for confirming my suspicions!
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