Let's take a quick look at a registry setting or two for your problem.
Click on the Start Orb and type regedit
in the Search field...click on the regedit link at the top of the results to open the application (Registry Editor). Please...make no changes to the registry unless instructed to do so.
In Registry Editor's left pane, expand (click on the little triangle) HKEY_CURRENT_USER
, then Software
, then Microsoft
, then Windows
, then CurrentVersion
. then Explorer
, and click once on FileExts
Besides (Default), what other items are listed in the right pane?
Edited by wannabe1, 10 July 2010 - 05:06 PM.