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File association extension issues cant download bing desk top background image packs for windows 7 with vista home premiun. How do i find and associate the proper program to open these downloads?

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You need to download the themes for windows 7 its a different extension

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.fxp is not an object file


For additional information click the following link: https://www.fixtoolbox.com/dbffix.html
DBF Fix Toolbox
Also you can try to follow these steps:
    1.Click on Start and then Control Panel. 2.Click on the Programs link.

    Note: If you're viewing the Small icons or Large icons view of Control Panel, you won't see this link. Click on the Default Programs icon and then click on the Associate a file type or protocol with a program link. Then proceed to Step 4.
    3. Click on the Make a file type always open in a specific program link under the Default Programs heading
    4. In the Set Associations window, scroll down the list until you see the file extension that you want to change the default program for.
    5. Click on the file extension to highlight it, once you've found the one you're looking for.
    6. Click the Change program... button above the scroll bar.

    The Open With dialog box should appear.
    7. Look through the options in the Recommended Programs area and choose the application that you want to open the file extension with when you double-click on the particular kind of file on your computer.

    Note: Chances are, the applications listed under Recommended Programs will contain the most applicable programs for this file type but be sure to look at the applications under Other Programs. You may need to click the v to expand the list of these programs.

    Note: Click Browse... to search through your computer for any program not listed that you'd like to use.
    8. Click the OK button on the Open With window. Windows 7 will refresh the list of file associations to show the new default program to open this type of file.

    9. Click the Close button at the bottom of the Set Associations window. You may also close the Control Panel window if it's still open.

    10. From this point forward, when you double-click on any file with this particular file extension, the program you associated it with in Step 7 will launch and load the particular file.

    Important: Whatever program used to automatically open when these types of files were launched will still open these types of files. To use another program, you'll just need to start the program manually and then browse your computer for the particular file.

Nov 12, 2015 | HiBase DBF Viewer 2000

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I have made a disk image, with file extension .wmf, but don't know how to open it and get all the disk data back ??


wrong file extension. if you made a image of the OS it should have been a .iso this is burnable and easy to open with winrar or a dvd burner program for image burning.
The ISO file type is primarily associated with 'ISO-9660 CD Disc Image'. A literal dump of the data on the CD, byte-for-byte. The data is stored in the ISO-9660 format. IsoBuster can interpret these files directly.



The .wmf file type is primarily associated with 'Windows Metafile' by Microsoft Corporation. Microsoft graphic format. Xara X is a good program to edit this file type if you don't have Microsoft tools. There are several versions of a Metafile; each having a different header structure.

Jan 25, 2012 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional...

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HI MY NAME MARK HECTOR I UNINSTALLED BY ACCIDENT A ACER PROGRAM ON MY PC THAT ALLOW MY DOWNLOADS TO HAVE A IMAGE OR PIC ON THE FILE EXSAMPLE ROCKY THE MOVIE WHERE IT WAS A IMAGE OF ROCKY ON THE FILE IT NOW...


Well Mark Hector, I think you are unable to view the image just because you have an incorrect or broken program associated with this extension. If you are sure, this is an image file (.bmp, .jpeg, .tiff, .gif, .png, etc.), to view this image file, right click on the file, select "Open With". Now a new window will appear showing the associated or most likely associated programs for this extension. Now select Windows Photo Viewer from the drop-down list and check the "Always use the selected program to open this kind of file" box and click on OK.
If this does not help you or you have any error solving this problem, please reply to this post for further solutions.
Hope this helps,
Regards,
Mrityunjay.

May 22, 2011 | Acer Computers & Internet

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I have hp mini laptop...i cant change the wall papers...its hard coded...how can i modify it myself and able to change the wallpapers?


1. Download the Oceanis Change Background (http://www.sevenforums.com/attachments/tutorials/42272d1272912523-desktop-background-change-windows-7-starter-oceanis_change_background_w7.zip)

2. Open the downloaded ZIP file and extract the Oceanis_Change_Background_W7.exe file to your desktop, then run it to install it.

NOTE: You will be prompted to restart the computer to finish installing this program.


3. When your computer restarts, you will see this as your desktop background. Click on the Oceanis Change Background Windows 7 shortcut to change your desktop background. (see screenshot below)
4. Browse to the images that you want to use and check (select) a image, or more than one image to have a desktop slideshow. Select the Picture position for how you want the images displayed, and any desktop slideshow settings if you selected more than one image. (see screenshots below)
NOTE:These options are just like the default ones in the other editions of Windows 7 here that are now being allowed by this program by Oceanis for the Windows 7 Starter edition.


5. When done, click on Save changes.

Nov 18, 2010 | Hard Code Computers & Internet

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I want to change the background or themes of me netbook?


1. Download the Oceanis Change Background (http://www.sevenforums.com/attachments/tutorials/42272d1272912523-desktop-background-change-windows-7-starter-oceanis_change_background_w7.zip)
2. Open the downloaded ZIP file and extract the Oceanis_Change_Background_W7.exe file to your desktop, then run it to install it. NOTE: You will be prompted to restart the computer to finish installing this program.
3. When your computer restarts, you will see this as your desktop background. Click on the Oceanis Change Background Windows 7 shortcut to change your desktop background. (see screenshot below) 4. Browse to the images that you want to use and check (select) a image, or more than one image to have a desktop slideshow. Select the Picture position for how you want the images displayed, and any desktop slideshow settings if you selected more than one image. (see screenshots below) NOTE: These options are just like the default ones in the other editions of Windows 7 here that are now being allowed by this program by Oceanis for the Windows 7 Starter edition.
5. When done, click on Save changes.

Nov 08, 2010 | Samsung N150 Notebook

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How to change the wallpaper in dell mini 10' inspiron


1. Download the Oceanis Change Background (http://www.sevenforums.com/attachments/tutorials/42272d1272912523-desktop-background-change-windows-7-starter-oceanis_change_background_w7.zip)
2. Open the downloaded ZIP file and extract the Oceanis_Change_Background_W7.exe file to your desktop, then run it to install it. NOTE: You will be prompted to restart the computer to finish installing this program.
3. When your computer restarts, you will see this as your desktop background. Click on the Oceanis Change Background Windows 7 shortcut to change your desktop background. (see screenshot below) 4. Browse to the images that you want to use and check (select) a image, or more than one image to have a desktop slideshow. Select the Picture position for how you want the images displayed, and any desktop slideshow settings if you selected more than one image. (see screenshots below) NOTE: These options are just like the default ones in the other editions of Windows 7 here that are now being allowed by this program by Oceanis for the Windows 7 Starter edition.
5. When done, click on Save changes.

Oct 22, 2010 | Dell Inspiron Mini 10 Notebook

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I downloaded itunes on my new laptop. Once downloaded all of my icons I open, open Itunes? they also have the itunes symbol next to each one??


When installing, many programs associate file extensions in Windows with the program. In your case, iTunes associated all file extensions it supports with itself, hence the icons.

Depending on the Windows version, you can change this in the Explorer, or using the default program options (Vista & Windows 7).

Aug 12, 2010 | Apple iTunes

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Cant open .exe files on windows 7


Some times it is due to extension error.Check the following. Goto control panel-Default programs-Associate a file type or protocol with program-check .exe extension.

May 26, 2010 | Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium with...

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Cant open an nrg file


An NRG file is a file associated with Nero burning software. An NRG file is an image file, and can be converted using NRG2ISO.
Either way, you need Nero's burning software to open it.
http://www.fileinfo.com/extension/nrg

Jan 24, 2010 | Allied Telesyn Computers & Internet

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When i tried to open the file it says ''this file does not have a program associated with it for performing this action. Creat an association in the Set Associations control panel''.


Each Windows Operating System, 98, NT, 2000, XP, Vista and Windows 7 associate files with programs. This means that the file will open with that program each time it is clicked on.
The error indicates that the file type does not have a program associated with it.
1. You do not have the program it is looking for loaded on the system
2. The program is installed but the association is broken

Google can help you with locating the program you need to open the file type you are looking for.
1. Make sure your system is showing you the extension for the file. This is the three letters following the period at the end of the file name. Example MyLetter.doc: doc is the extension.
2. Go to Google and type in a search for that extension. Example:type File extension flv, in a Google search. Notice, no period is used in the search.
3. Look in the results summary for the words Open an flv file (in your case you would substitute your extension)
4. Download and install the program associated with the file.

Jan 15, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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