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Resetting file associations?

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by twoply23, Jan 29, 2002.

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  1. twoply23

    twoply23 Thread Starter

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    I tried to uninstall Quicktime and was given two options. One was a complete uninstall, and it warned me that this might mess with file associations, blah blah, we don't recommend this, and like an idiot I did it anyway. Now I can't play or burn cd's with any program! How do I get programs such as windows media player, Nero, etc. to recognize these files again? Any help would be greatly appreciated!
     
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    It would seem that .wav and Mp3 files work fine, it's just the .cda files (at least I think that's what their called) that don't seem to work. :confused:
     
  3. bboop

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    open windows e xplorer, find any file w/ the extension you wish to change, highlight the file but don't open it, right click bring up menu with options to open with , choose open with then the program,scroll down the list and find the progrm you want to use . or go to www.pspconnection.com
     
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