Hi, I have an interesting problem that no one seems to be able to solve. I'm on a 56K modem, so time is of the upmost importance to me. I don't like to waste 40 minutes downloading a song that I'm just going to delete after 3 listens. (Not illegal MP3s, stuff like OCReMix and synth demos and stuff.) Anyway, on my OLD machine, which ran the original Windows 98 (not SE) I was able to do a search for *.mp3, find the MP3 I was downloading in the Temporary Internet Files, and preview it while it was downloading, to see if it was worth my time or not. I got a new box (Windows XP Home, came with Service Pack 3...latest updates, yadda yadda yadda) and now I cannot do this trick anymore. Not only does it not show the TEMP folder where the currently downloading MP3s are in the search box, but I can't go into it manually and find them either. I dunno if this is an XP Home issue, or a general XP "feature", but I really miss the preview, and I would like to get it back. Thank you for your time, and any help or enlightment on this subject will be GREATLY appreciated.