Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional With Servise Pack 2 (e8503040) for PC
Whenever I try To open some of My Drives, the "open with.." Dialog Box is opening and asking me to Select a program from the list of installed programs.
But some of My Drives are opening in normal way. Please suggest me a solution to solve the problem.
I even tried the registry modification (HKEY_CLASS_ROOT\......)posted in www.howtogeek.com but it didn't work.
There is one option you may not know about. This is normally one of the tricks that the Tech help desk ppl at Microsoft and such often use. It could be due to a corrupt registry key or incomplete Windows file. I also Use Windows XP and this has saved me countless times. Click on the start button on the bottom left of your screen, then click on the icon that says Run, in the dialog box type sfc scannow. This will prompt your version of Windows to scan all critical files for errors and fix them as needed. Make sure to have your windows CD handy as it will be needed by this tool to make changes to the Operating system core files and registry keys.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
The first step is to open the date and time dialog box located on the task bar on your computer.
Should be on the lower right side of the task bar.
Double click time or right click to open the dialog box.
The date and time box should open on the desk top.
Now click the Internet time tab.
Check the box that says automatically synchronize with an Internet time server.
Then you will see a list of servers.
Select a server from the drop down list.
Check apply and close the box.
Now every time you go on the Internet Windows will automatically set the computer clock to the right time.
Now, there is no need to worry about adjusting the computer clock again!
Hope this helps.
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