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This is the fix for the problem of downloading files from sites that dynamically serve files (like Highend) for Internet Explorer 5.5 SP1.
It has been tested and works. If you are using IE 5.5 SP1 get this!
It was brought to my attention that if you are using IE 5.5 SP1, you also cannot download this file. So from the readme here is a workaround to download this file:
To work around this problem, choose to open the document when you receive the Open dialog box, and then click Save As on the File menu after the document opens to save the document to your computer. Note that you can also right-click the download link, and then click Save Target As.