You have to click on the link to initiate the download. Just hovering on it will do nothing. Did you even try clicking on the link?
May I know, which software(edition/version), IP are you looking for?
Please provide screenshot of specific issue.
you can check below old thread available in Intel community, for Cyclone V you can use (Quartus lite v16.1, v17.0, v17.1, v18.0, v18.1, v19.1),
It's difficult to screenshot as it's a link that doesn't do anything when I click it. I'm using this FPGA (https://www.terasic.com.tw/cgi-bin/page/archive.pl?Language=English&CategoryNo=205&No=816&PartNo=1) and following guide which says I need the Quartus II web edition v13 (or above I'm guessing). Honestly, I'd be happy with whatever software would be compatible with the cyclone V. I've tried multiple versions of the Quartus software and not one link has worked.
Have you seen my previous post seriously ?
"you can check below old thread available in Intel community, for Cyclone V you can use (Quartus lite v16.1, v17.0, v17.1, v18.0, v18.1, v19.1)," ----
For Cyclone V,
You can download Quartus lite 18.1 lite *.tar file from above link & install.
There might be server/domain issue.
So I went to the download page: https://fpgasoftware.intel.com/13.0sp1/?edition=web&platform=windows
to try and download 13.0sp1 (which I already use, just trying to redownload a few files).
And it worked, but it took a lot of fiddling in the browser to make it work.
First time I went and tried a download it would work.
Click on link, throws up a legal dialog to agree/disagree (I agreed) and then the download 'save file ...' popped up.
If I tried to do another download it got to the agree/disagree box but after agreeing the save file box never appeared, and the download would not start.
I had to refresh the browser page and then I could get through the file download sequence.
When I tried again right away it failed. Had to refresh the page again for it to work.
I'm using Firefox 64b v73.0 on Win7 64b and have never seen this problem before.
So Intel broke something in their download page, it appears.
This is not unusual, unfortunately.
Ever since Intel took over Altera and moved from the Altera support pages to the abomination of this Intel support website there have been issues.
But that is a rant for another post at another time.
Even now just posting in this dialog is horribly slow, I'm typing about five words ahead of what is on the screen...