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Can t open downloads

When I press the open button, it pops up "cannot open mime type

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If there is no programme ascociated with the file, it will not be able to do anything with it.

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Cannot mime type


A file is probably still busy. Try with a file browser in windows.
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I am using Internet Explorer 8 and just recently, Windows Installer pops up only on random web pages that I open. I just click cancel and it finally goes away. I have Windows XP. Any suggestions?


You are getting this popup because of old or out-dated Windows installer program in your PC.

There are 2 solutions to get rid of this issue.

Solution 1

1. Click "Start" and click Run
In the Small window type "msiexec /unregister" ( without quotes ), then press "Enter" or Press OK. You will not see anything happen during this process.

Again

2. Click "Start" and click Run
In the Small window type "msiexec /regserver" (Without Quotes) then press "Enter" or Press OK button. You will not see anything happen during this process.

And then,

2. Click "Start" and click Run
In the Small window type "Services.msc" ( without Quotes ) and hit Enter key or Press OK.
Search for Windows Installer in the list. Double click and open the Windows Installer and under Start Type " Select Automatic " and click Apply and Click OK. Close the window

Now you can try to access Internet Explorer. If you still get the pop up message, You will have to Download and install the latest Windows Installer program from Microsoft Website

Windows Installer Download

Choose WindowsXP-KB942288-v3-x86.exe - 3.2MB from the list to download and then install.
When you click on download button, It will prompt you to save or Run. Click Run.

Install and later restart the PC.

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Ron

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Mar 29, 2011 | Microsoft Internet Explorer 8

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Why won't attachments open


There are a few reasons why the attachment might not open and appear correctly:

* You might have problems viewing an attachment if your browser is not properly configured to view that type of file. Usually, the easiest solution is to upgrade your browser to the most recent version:

Download the Firefox browser at:

http://www.mozilla.com/firefox/

Download the Internet Explorer browser at:

http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/down...

* If you're having trouble reading an Adobe PDF file, you'll need to install the Adobe Acrobat Reader, which allows you to open and read these types of files. For more information, visit:

http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat

* You might also have problems viewing an attachment if it was sent in an unreadable "encoding type." When a message is sent, the sender might be able to choose an encoding type. If possible, the sender should use MIME encoding.

Nov 24, 2010 | Yahoo Mail

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How do you install quicktime from a cd-rom


Installation

If you already have QuickTime installed, then we recommend to uninstall it first. After the uninstallation you should reboot your computer.

Now run the installer (QuickTimeInstaller.exe)
Click on the next button on the first page on the installation wizard.
Accept the license agreement.
Now you will be on the Destination Folder page. Uncheck the box for Automatic check for updates. You don't need that.
Click on the Install button. The installation will now begin.
Click on the Configure File & MIME Types button that is shown on the last page of the installation wizard. If you don't see the button, then don't worry, the file and MIME types can also be configured in the QuickTime control panel (see step 3).

File types:

At the bottom, uncheck the box in front of Notify me if other applications modify these associations.

Uncheck everything except these:
* Video - QuickTime Movie
* Miscellaneous - QuickTime HTML
Optionally you can also safely enable these:
* Audio - Sound Designer II
* Audio - GSM audio
* Audio - AMR audio
* Audio - CAF audio
* MPEG - 3GPP media
* MPEG - 3GPP2 media
* MPEG - AMC media
* MPEG - AAC audio
* MPEG - AAC audio (protected)
* MPEG - AAC audio book
* MPEG - Video (protected)
* images - MacPaint image
* images - PICT image
* images - QuickTime image
* images - SGI image
* images - TGA image
* images - JPEG2000 image

MIME Types:

At the bottom, uncheck the box in front of Notify me if other applications modify these associations.

Uncheck everything except these:
* Streaming - SDP stream descriptor
* Streaming - RTSP stream descriptor
* Video - QuickTime Movie
* Audio - WAVE audio
* Audio - MIDI
* Audio - AMR audio
Optionally you can also safely enable these:
* Video - AutoDesk Animator
* Audio - AIFF audio
* Audio - uLaw/AU audio
* Audio - QualCOMM PureVoice audio
* Audio - GSM audio
* Audio - CAF audio
* MPEG - 3GPP media
* MPEG - 3GPP2 media
* MPEG - SD video
* MPEG - AMC media
* MPEG - AAC audio (protected)
* MPEG - Video (protected)
* images - MacPaint image
* images - PICT image
* images - QuickTime image
* images - SGI image
* images - TGA image
* images - JPEG2000 image
Click on the Finish button.

Mar 12, 2010 | Apple QuickTime

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When visiting some web pages, see only the red x where a video (possibly a real player link) is suppose to be. don't know where to find a solution to this delemma or what is missing. recently downloaded...


Depends on your browser, if you have more than one browser on your computer tray another one to see if that makes a difference. Also in your browser menu bar there should be a selection for updates, plug ins, add ons or something like that. Click that link and see what you might be able to download for your browser

Sep 14, 2009 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

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Jaguar X Type estate rear hatch glass pops open on start up


Hi the fault is usually the  button for opening the rear glass, this can be changed easily if it is not sezed to the wiper spindle  D 

Jan 18, 2009 | 2005 Jaguar X-Type

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The resource cannot be displayed The page you are looking for cannot be opened by your browser because it has a file name extension that your browser does not accept....


RESOLUTION loadTOCNode(1, 'resolution'); To resolve this problem, make sure that the Accept header of the client request matches the MIME type that is specified for the requested content file name extension on the server. To do this, follow these steps: 1. Start IIS Manager. To do this, click Start, click Run, type inetmgr.exe, and then click OK. 2. In IIS Manager, expand the server name, expand Web sites, and then click the Web site that you want to modify. 3. In Features View, double-click MIME Types. 4. Double-click the MIME type that you want to modify. 5. In the Edit MIME type dialog box, type the appropriate MIME type for the content file name extension in the MIME Type box.

Note You can also set the MIME type of the content file name extension to */* to accept any MIME type

Sep 29, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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O2 ICE SOUND PROBLEM


To resolve the problem with "waiting" message when opening images/photos folder is that:
  1. Type: ##1133, then press END (red button);
  2. Select "Photo delete";
  3. Press OK button;
  4. Press END (red button).
WARNING: All your photos and videos will be deleted.
NOTE: On my phone works but now I got a problem with sound folder.

Nov 23, 2007 | O2 Xda II mini

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