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Need help with Program Associations

Just managed to remove the Total Vista Security which i somehow picked up on my laptop. I followed online steps on removing registry files etc, since doing so i restarted my laptop and now none of my programs can be opened through shortcuts or program files.

Maybe this is a result of the virus software but its most likely from removing registry files. Please somebody help as all i can access at the moment is my virus software.

Thanks

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Program Association Error

sorry forgot to include, the error message i get is
"This file does not have a program associated with it for performing this action. Create association in the Set Association control panel."

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Program Association

Ok thanks, im not on the laptop now because of not being able to load firefox, will i be able to download and transfer with a memory stick?

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"will i be able to download and transfer with a memory stick"

Yes you can download those fixes to a memory stick and transfer them to the problem computer then follow the Usage Instructions. Note that those fixes are for Windows Vista which I assume that problem computer is using.

Tufenuf

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