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Tim'A

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I have no clue how I did it, but when I doubble click a drive in My Computer, it automatically opens a search box for that drive. I've included a self explanitory picture.Search.png I need open to be my default, thank you!

Edited by Tim'A, 25 May 2008 - 10:40 AM.

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Fenor

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Please right-click the following LINK, choose SAVE LINK AS or SAVE TARGET AS, and save it somewhere on your computer where you will remember where it is located. Then find the file on your computer and double-click it to run it. (Depending on the security software installed on your computer, you may receive a warning when attemping to run this type of file. Click YES to any warnings so that the file will be able to run.). When it is finished you will received the confirmation: Folders will now open when double clicked. Try opening a drive and see what happens.
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Wow, thanks! worked fast and even better, it WORKED! Thank you!
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Glad I could help! :)
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