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File extensions association (.BAT,.CMD)

Microsoft Windows 2000 professional - li...
June 8, 2010 at 19:15:58
Specs: Windows 2000, P4, 1Gb
I am using a small freeware called PFE32. This editor lets you associate file extensions to it so that when you click files with these extensions, they are automatically loaded and edited by PFE32.

The problem is that even with these associations disabled, Windows doesn't know what to do with .BAT and .CMD files anymore and keeps asking which program it should use to open them. Just like unknown file types.

Is there a way of getting Windows to behave as it did before my mistake ?


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June 8, 2010 at 20:58:04
You could try this:

You might also want to try posting in the Windows 2000 forum, you might get a better response.


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June 9, 2010 at 07:44:38
Thanks for taking the time to inform me.

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