File Associations?

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JayCool

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#1
I recently cleaned my registry and now I notice something that bothers me. I use a lot of different movie players on my computer, and when I right-click a file now, and choose "play with", all of my programs that play movies are not listed. In fact, only 2 are: wmp *of course, diskjuggler???? How do I reclaim my programs file associations, so that I can see all of my video players in one spot for easy selection?
 

madmatt

Bow Down to the King
Political User
#2
Use one of the following methods:

Run Windows Explorer
Navigate to a directory that has a file you want to change in it
Right click
Choose properties
Click "Change" next to "Opens With..."
Pick the program and click the check box "always use..."

Second method:

Run Windows Explorer
Tools
Folder Options
File Types (tab)
Find the file type
Click "Change"
Pick the program and click the check box "always use..."
 

Cosmin

Graphic Designer
#4
what can i say , u need new registry key registrations for fixing it ... that registry cleanup made it ! . If you're not using original copies u can also run key registrations again .
 

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