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Today, i accidently changed the "Open With" funtion for all of my desktop icons to itunes, when i was only trying to fix the itunes icon. Now when i double click on any icon, i.e. Mozilla Firefox (the icon for mozilla is the itunes icon) it opens itunes instead. How do i fix this? Literally every single desktop icon, even Microsoft Word and Microsoft Publisher open Itunes instead of their designated applications. Please help!

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This will work, it's a little time consuming and there may be a faster way I am not aware of, but this way is sure fire to work. I assume your operating system is Windows because of the "Open With" comment. First thing you have to do is find where the .exe file for each and every program that is affected actually resides. For example you MIGHT find the .exe file that runs word in c:\windows\microsoft\office. That is just an example, the actual place depends on several different things like which OS you actually have, whether its 64 bit OS or 32 bit OS and if you specified a different folder when you installed it. Second you can either delete the shortcut and make a new one by right clicking on the actual .exe file for the program and clicking on create shortcut OR you can right click on the shortcut you already have, click on properties, and type the path to the .exe in the text box labeled "pointer" or "points to" or something similar.

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Hi, Dave again - not sure if my problem was visible or not?


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you may try to fix it by doing this:
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It sounds like the download removed the existing software.

I would open control panel, then click add or remove programs, then click on itunes. see if there is a repair option with the installer. sometimes there is, but if not, then uninstall it, but keep your saved files.

Then re-install it, and when it sets up, it should still accept your old saved files. That way you don't have to recopy you music, games or videos

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