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internet explorer just keeps downloading .zip files automatically and i cant figure out how to undo this.... can any1 help me plz?
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Welcome to G2G:

Have you ever downloaded anything before all of this happened? :tazz:
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yea.. i think its because i accidently clicked the automatically download these types of files b/c i had a button stuck down on the keyboard. is there anyway to reverse this??? btw it downloads to the temporary folders.
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Go to Start/Settings/Control Panel/Folder Options. Click on the File Types tab. Scroll down and click on Zip to highlight it, then click on Advanced. In the Edit File Type window, put a check mark in "Confirm open after download".

Note that you may have more than one Zip entry showing in the File Types list. You must follow the same procedure for all entries.
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omg thanks a lot
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