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revised Win 7 user cannot open some .exe-files
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comment Win 7 user cannot open some .exe-files
Well I got it finally working, discovered that I could start .exes indirectly by clicking on the extension, so then I got a .reg file and could patch the registry. After that I ran CCleaner which seems to have cleared the registry from errors. Now I am back in business. Thanks all for the help, sometimes just getting some feedback makes you think in other directions.
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comment Win 7 user cannot open some .exe-files
@barlop just a bit uncertain since it is a domain user account so I do not have rights to fiddle with those but i will speak with the IT guys tomorrow, thanks for your help.
May
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comment Win 7 user cannot open some .exe-files
@barlop can you just copy over the contents of one user account to another? i was think one would have to reinstall applications after deleting the user account, or at least some of it? Yeah well its true about the time spent, i think i will do that then tomorrow. getting late here. thx
May
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comment Win 7 user cannot open some .exe-files
@Karan so if I start totalcmd and go to the file then try to start it, then it says access denied.
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comment Win 7 user cannot open some .exe-files
@Karan its a bit difficult since I cannot start programs like Outlook and such but I can take a photo, just a sec.
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comment Win 7 user cannot open some .exe-files
@Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007 yes i have, it went through without problem
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comment External, usb powered, hard drives fast enough for media playback?
You should probably consider an external RAID 1 drive over firewire. That way you get the speed and the safety.
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comment How to create a fake hostname in windows?
It's not really "fake" host names, its just a mapping of host names to IP addresses. Note also that when you surf in your favorite web browser these names are taken before the DNS resolve is done.