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General Tips Default File Type Associations - Restore

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Hello Subdla, and welcome to Vista Forums.

PPS files are Microsoft PowerPoint Slide Show files, and PPT files are Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation files. By default, Vista does not have anything associated to open PPS and PPT files unless you installed Microsoft Office PowerPoint, or some PowerPoint viewer program.

The only thing I could provide in a REG file is to unassociate PPS and PPT to not be opened by any program by default since that is the default in Vista. If that's what you wanted, then please let me know. I'll be happy to help.

If not, then you could use OPTION TWO in the tutorial below to right click on the PPS and PPT files to use "Open with" and select the program you want to be used to open these files with.

http://www.vistax64.com/tutorials/69758-default-programs.html

Hope this helps for now,
Shawn
 

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subdla

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Thanks for your prompt reply and help. My problem is that I repeatedly installed PowerPoint Viewer 2007. This fails after the very last update is applied, so I installed PowerPoint Viewer 2010. I see that in all my accounts except one I can associate PPS and PPT with PPV 2010. But it just ignores my attempt to associate it in the one account. So, I figured maybe it is a registry problem, but I do not understand how to unassociate the choices presently offered - then maybe I can do the association. So, how do I do that? Since I have not put in the final PPV-2007 update, I could continue to use it, but I like to have all the security updates.

Alden
 
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Alden,

You would only want to use PPV 2010, and not try to have PPV 2007 installed with it or they could conflict with each other like it is now.

Be sure that you are checking the Always use the selected program to open this kind of program box when using Open with for the PPS and PPT files.
 

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subdla

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Thanks for the reply. Please generate a REG file or show me how to unassociate the programs offered as choices to open the PPS and PPT files. I have about 5, including Adobe Reader, which I accidently added. When they are gone, I will remove PPT 2007 and PPT 2010, and reinstall one - probably 2010. If I understand correctly, the system will take over and automatically associate PPS and PPT with Power Point Viewer. I see you are right, and Power Point Viewer is offered as one of the choices to open PPS and PPT (as well as the open office.org Impress). I even see Thunderbird as an option. So, in some accounts the option Power Point Viewer opens PPT2007 and in others it opens PPT 2010. It does not list Power Point Viewer 2007, so somehow it does not always know which to open. The registry must store individual programs links for each account.
 

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subdla

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Hi Shawn,

Your program worked, and it unassociated my PPS files. I wanted to remove recommended programs from the "open with" dialog, and to fix an update problem with Powerpoint Viewer 2007. Doing a bit of research on Vista’s Registry structure, I discovered that there are five registry keys that have the potential to control the list of programs that display on the Open With submenu:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\FileExts\.xxx\OpenWithList
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\FileExts\.xxx \OpenWithProgIDs
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\.xxx\ OpenWithList
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\.xxx\ OpenWithProgIDs
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\SystemFileAssociations\PType\OpenWithList

With this, I was able to unassociate the Adobe program in the "open with" recommended list. I was able to fix Powerpoint Viewer by using the Micosoft Fixit program for updates that don't work found at:
Fix the problem with Microsoft Windows Update that is not working

Alden
 

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That's great news Alden. Thank you for posting back with your results and solution. :)
 

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A request to follow, but first I would like to tell you these fixes are probably the THE most helpful tutorials/fixes I've ever come across. So many of the posted fixes out there are "hit & miss" at best. Yours are 100% solid, thanks dude.

I have a gracious request for 2 association types : flv, and mp4. Thanks my friend, if these can even be done, I'm uncertain.
 

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Hello Dukeofmetal, and welcome to Vista Forums.

MP4 added to the list. :)

FLV files are not associated to be opened by any program by default in Vista. Usually you would need to install a program like RealPlayer that supports playing FLV files.

If you like, the Default_flv.reg file attached below will unassociate FLV files.

Hope this helps,
Shawn
 

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xraiderv1

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well.... I recently did a reinstall of firefix to verify some odd behavior on a website, and it fixed my html icon display, this was about two months ago.

so.. I download some fanfics as html files today.. lo and behold.. blank icons again.

I'm going to load my backup profile on windows tomorrow, to see if maybe its just profile specific... I will point out the other computer in the household is running an identical software setup, I can verify both computers are free of viruses or other malware.. I have experienced hardware failures on this machine.. is it possible its something on the harddrive that is causing this?
 

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Hello xraiderv1,

You might check in Default Programs to see if setting Firefox is set as the default program with all of it's associations set to it.

If you wanted it with Internet Explorer, then the HTM and HTML downloads in this tutorial on the first page should sort it for you.

Hope this helps, :)
Shawn
 

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xraiderv1

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ya.. it looks to be a repeat of what happened before.. to the T...

doesnt seem to be affecting anything else but it is annoying.. I should be able to verify if its profile specific or not tomorrow when I boot up.
 

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It would be great for future users that come across this page if all the "defualts" where in one zip'd file.
 

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Hi,
I just wan't to know,
when you right click a .json file in vista, then properties,
what does it say it opens with there,
I opened a .json file with some program and forgot to untick the always open with box.
thanks, jack.
 

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Great news. I was hoping it would. :)
 

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I've got a slightly different but related problem and I'm hoping you can help. I might have mentioned this problem in another thread about something else but I have a little clearer detail now. Today, I saved an image from the internet to my computer. It was a .jpg file. In the save window, it said the filetype was "NeroPhotoSnapViewer (*.jpg,*.jpg)". I uninstalled Nero years ago. There is no mention of "Nero" or "PhotoSnap" anywhere in the registry. I even searched for the ROT13 equivalent. In Default Programs, Windows Photo Gallery is associated with .jpe, .jpg, and .jpeg and those extensions are appropriately set to Windows Photo Gallery in the File Associations window. I applied the appropriate REG file in this thread, but it didn't help. Any thoughts?
 

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Hello Andy,

Just a few questions. :)

Did you restart the computer after merging the .reg file for each affected file type?

Were you logged in to an administrator account when you merged the .reg file(s)?

Do your .jpg images actually open in "Windows Photo Gallery", and is just what is showing for the file type?
 

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    Logitech BRIO 4K Pro webcam,
    HP Color LaserJet Pro MFP M477fdn,
    Linksys EA9500 router,
    Arris SB8200 cable modem,
    APC SMART-UPS RT 1000 XL - SURT1000XLI,
    Lumia 1520 phone
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