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Here are some simple methods that can help you fix the problem with Windows XP recovery file extensions.

 

 

.EXE – Fix Windows EXE File Association (for xp, restore all nsettings as default)
.LNK – LNK file association patch (shortcut) for Windows XP (to restore all default settings)
.BAT – Batch file patch for Windows XP (to restore most settings) with this default setting)
.CPL – fix CPL file association for Windows XP (default setting is usually used to restore all settings)
.ICO – Fix Windows ICO File Association for Windows XP (to restore all settings you can set defaults)
.CAB – Windows Fix Vista CAB File Association (to restore all default settings)
.CHM – Concatenate CHM files to recover Windows XP (to reset all defaults at once)
.COM – Concatenate COM files to restore Windows XP (to restore each of the options to set this to default)
Fix directory extensions for Windows XP (to restore all default settings)
Drive mapping To establish Windows touchpoints (to restore all settings so that they can be setdefault)
.EML – Fix EML File Association for Windows Experience Points (to restore all default settings)
Fix Windows Exp folder mapping (to restore the entire default location)
.GIF – Fix GIF file association to restore Windows features (with all default settings)
.HLP – fixed hlp file association for Windows experience points (to set all default settings)
.HTA – fix HTA file association for Windows (restore all program default settings for experience points)
.HTML – Fix HTM / HTML File Association for Windows XP (to reset all default settings)
as.INF – Fixes INF file association for Windows XP (to practically restore the setting, to set the default setting)
IE ICONS – IE Desktop Icon File Association for Windows XP (to restore all settings to default)
IMAGE – Fix JPE / JPG / JPEG File Association for Windows XP (restore everything to the same default)
VEDIO – fix association MPG / MPEG files in Windows XP (to restore some default settings)
.MSC MSC – Fixed file association with Windows XP (to restore all information to default)
.MSI – Fix MSI File Association for Microsoft (to restore all default settings in XP)
.MSP – Fix MSP File Association for Windows XP Recovery (all settings are the same by default)
.REG – fix REG file association for Windows XP (to restore all default settings)
as.SCF SCF – Fix file association for Windows XP (to restore every bit, set to default)
.SCR – Fix SCR file association in Windows XP (to restore all configuration to default)
.TXT – Fix TXT file association from Windows XP (to restore all default pengaturans)
.TIF – fix TIF / TIFF file association for Windows Windows XP (restores all default settings)
.URL – Fix Windows URL File Association (to restore all default settings)
as.VBS – VBS File Association for Windows XP Recovery (for all default settings)
.ZIP – Fix zip file association like in Windows XP (to restore all certain settings to default settings)
This is definitely a fix for the Windows XP File Association Patch. All online files are in ZIP format. Download the zip file containing the .REG, .Default .association., .Import .this .REG files to resolve your issues. The problem is solved in just a few clicks. If you try to open a file that does not open because the system does not know which files it is, an “Open With” message is displayed. When this happens when file associations are damaged, some viruses can actually damage your registry, simply without having computer security. Record types (display) can only be changed by viruses. It is no longer automatically damaged.
These fixes are saved according to the file extension types, so the computer will recognize them normally again.

 

 

Check the hard drive. Running this tool tells the hard drive and really tries to repair the bad sectors.Use the CHKDSK command. This is the command model of the tool we discussed above.Use SFC / scannow to monitor the situation.Change the file format.Use a program to restore archives.

In Windows Explorer, choose Tools> Folder Options.In that particular Folder Options dialog box, click the View tab.In advanced settings, select Show hidden files and folders.Uncheck Hide extensions for known file types.Click on OK.

Click “Start” and “Restart” to restart your computer. Press any key to activate the CD while the computer boots up. Press the “R” key on your keyboard frequently to access the Recovery Console. Select most of the operating systems that need to be repaired and enter the owner password.