I have searched many related questions on various sites but found no solution for this variation of the problem.
I have a filetype (.vlm) located on a network drive, and the program I use to open it is installed on my Windows XP, SP3 computer. The file CAN be opened from inside the program, but if I navigate to the file through explorer and try to open, I receive the message that is it not a valid win32 application.
- I have already assigned the program to open all .vlms.
- I'm fairly certain the program is very old - 8-bit, since files can only be saved with no more than 8 characters. Ashlar DrawingBoard is the program.
- I know there is a simple fix, but I cannot find it.
Thanks in advance