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PostSubject: How to Download the Client   Wed Feb 09, 2011 11:43 pm

The First's Guide on: Downloading the Client

[b]Part I:[/b] Downloading your resources
[b]Part II:[/b] Downloading the client
[b]Part III:[/b] Extracting the client to your desktop

Part I: Downloading your resources

Firstly, you need to download Java JDK and Winrar. Let's start with downloading Java JDK. Click this link: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index.html and you should see this screen, click the first button to the left.

Once that's downloaded, it's time to download Winrar. Winrar is a program that allows you to download .java files like RSPS clients and place them somewhere in your computer files. Click this link: http://www.rarlab.com/download.htm and click one of those circled links depending on what you want.

Part II: Downloading the Client

First, you need to go to the forums main page and click the board that reads "Client Download." Then when you get a pop-up window, look at the button that says "open with" and then click "browse." Scroll down the list to find "WinRar.exe" and then click that, and click OK.

Part III: Extracting the Client to your Desktop

You should now have a window open that looks like this. This is a three-step process. You click "Extract to" on the top toolbar, and then click a destination. Preferably, you should extract it to your desktop. Once that's done, click "OK"

Hope the guide helped. Very Happy
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