Question about Linksys Wireless-G WRT54G Router
Documents open, by default, according to settings on your PC/laptop, as they do not 'know' what created them.
for example, all documernts created by microsoft works word processor would normall have file names ending .wps or .wpt.
In Control Panel > Folder Options (under the File Types tab) there is a list of every File Type and what application will be used to open this type of file.
On my XP system, for example, I see types WPS and WPT are both associated with ."microsoft works word processor ", so it would be used to open such files.
It is possble this information is corrupt on yours, but unlikely. I do not suggest you try to 'fix' this as you may make this worse. Try to get a friend or\ local shop to look.
Alternatively, you may be (accidentally) giving your files the EXTENSION (the .xxx part of the name). If so, that would make your PC believe they were some other type and try to open them with the wrong application.
Sorry if the above doesn't help. It may at least point you or a friend further down tyhe path.
By the way, this is not a Router related issue, as posting heading suggests, but never mind.
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
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