posted on June 27th 2011, at 11:59
by lunarg

In case of an infection with phony anti-spyware software (such as Anti Spyware 2009), where the EXE file association has been corrupted, use these Registry fixes to reset them to default behaviour.

Notice
Be sure to select the right file for your system. XP, Vista and 7 all have different settings.

 

last updated on June 27th 2011, at 11:59 by lunarg

Windows XP EXE association fix.

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