Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
I have a common problem in 4 to 5 pc's that the .ini files never opens up with the notepad when tried it flashes this message "the filename,directory name or volume label syntax is incorrect"
but i am able to open it up with word pad file wat may be the sudden cause of this ??
Thanks in advance..
We mean to say that even if we open it in notepad mode it is empty this occur "the filename,directory name or volume label syntax is incorrect" BUT in wordpad it work.
not to open in default application as notepad..
Posted on Jul 19, 2008
From each computer:
right click on a .ini file,
select 'open with...'
choose notepad and select the box that says 'always use the selected program to ope this kind of file'
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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These instructions will make your flash disk more "personalized". You can use any picture you want.
The end result will be viewable from any pc you plug your flash disk into. You only need notepad to code it.
Then you can show off anywhere
HERE ARE THE 4 STEPS YOU SHOULD REMEMBER
Preparing the Picture
Of course, you must have a flash disk to do this. Once you plugged in the flash disk and open it via explorer, make a folder named "background" or whatever name you want. Then, put any picture you want in that folder, but you should remember the folder and the picture's name. Right click at the folder, then open properties. Check the box beside "hidden" to make it unseen, and making your flash disk neat. You can place the picture you want to use in any folder you want, even existing folder. The only difference is the coding of the desktop.ini file at the next step.
Coding the background.ini
Now right click anywhere in the flash disk, (not in the folder you've just created) and open a New Text Document. Just ignore the new document's name because it will be deleted later. Open it using notepad and use theese code for the template:
Then save it as Desktop.ini and delete the old New Text Document.txt
other filenames will not work.
See picture for notes on editing the code.
Then you're done!
You're done. You can show off at your school's computer lab, in your friend
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