alpha314, Go into your Control Panel and open Folder Options, under the File Types tab hilite CHM and what does it show for "Opens with". The default should be Microsoft HTML Help EXE. If yours shows something else click the Change button and choose Microsoft HTML Help Executable. If that doesn't appear click the Browse button and browse to your C:\Windows folder and choose hh.exe
alpha314, Another easy way to correct the .chm file association would be to go to the link below and download the "CHM File Association Fix" which is a zip file. Download the ZIP and open it. Extract the REG file to your hard disk and double click it. Answer yes to the import prompt. It should restore the default associations for CHM files.
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