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What files are trying to open ?
If you right click on the file/s in question you will have an array of oprtions open with where you will be able to select a default program to open among other options if you select properties you will be able to change which program opens these files.

You might not have the software installed on your computer that is needed to open these files.

IE: adobe , directx , win zip ......


Hope this helps

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