|The other day I installed Notepad++ onto my work PC (Win XP SP 3).|
When I installed it, there was an option to replace Notepad. I accidentally ticked it, not realising what it did! Silly, I know.
After that, I cannot open the standard Windows Notepad, by any route:
1. Start > Run > Notepad
2. Start > Programs > Accessories > Notepad
3. Going to c:\windows\system32\ and double clicking on Notepad
4. From IE, going to View > Source
Each time, I get this error:
The specified path does not exist
Check the path, and then try again.
I have posted a q. on the Notepad++ forum:
But have had nothing through. I've checked the Notepad++ wiki and documentation, nothing there either.
I'd like to undo my silly mistake, but I don't know where to start. It seems like I've fairly fundamentally screwed up Notepad on this PC.
Any advice much appreciated.