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john god

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Wannabe1,
Can you tell me what this is::::Says--Open With--Choose the program you want to use::::Than Has;
Cag-Cmmgr32-Creatr32-DrWatson-Etc: Etc:--Have lots of these.
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Edited by john god, 20 February 2006 - 01:45 PM.

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what are you trying to open?
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Nothing...I just saw these windows and opened them to see what they were.
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i don't understand at all......

could you give us ALOT more detail about what's happening?
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Sorry for not explaining it properly.Think I"ll move on, to hard to explain.
Thanks for your time
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John...
  • Cag =Don't know...where is it located?
  • Cmmgr32 = Part of the Windows Communications Manager.
  • Creatr32 = Part of your cd recorder software.
  • DrWatson = Diagnostic tool that gathers information about your computer when a problem occurs with a program.
You can do file searches HERE and HERE.

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Edited by wannabe1, 22 February 2006 - 05:18 PM.

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john god

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wannabe1,
Thanks for the info.I tried the file searches but didn't come up with anything.If you don't mind here are other names in the box......
Has a yellow ? hh & winhlp32.
John
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winhlp32 is a Windows Help file. HH?? Don't suppose you could include the file extension (.dll, .exe...etc)
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Sorry but thats all it was hh. All these files are good to keep, at least the ones mentioned.
Thanks
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Open "Folder Options" in "Control Panel" and click on the "View" tab. In the list, remove the tick next to "Hide extensions for known file types", and "Apply" the change. File extensions will now be displayed.
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Sorry again but there is know"Folder Options" in"Control Panel".
Using Windows 98se.
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:tazz: Sorry.

Open "My Documents", click on "Tools" in the toolbar, and select "Folder Options".
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Not there. Thanks for your help anyway.
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