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New Problem

On my new hard disk everything ok, XP Pro 20 Gb IBM, until I try to see something in html. Files with .html extensions open in Notepad by default and in script, without coloured headings and format etc. I noticed it first when I used Belarc Advisor. A search on .html files showed them all to appear in similar fashion. Anyone got ant clues?
Thanks, Paul

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Paul, Go to the link below and download the "HTM/HTML Associations" fix. Download the ZIP and open it. Extract the REG file to your hard disk and double click it. Answer yes to the import prompt.

http://www.dougknox.com/xp/file_assoc.htm

It should correct your problem.

Tufenuf

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Yup!

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Thanks a million, Tufenuf. Solved immediately, but, any idea what would cause this? Never happened before and my curiosity is insatiable.
Thanks again

Paul

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