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    Windows XP File Registration issue

    After recent update in Windows XP, the operating system fails to recognize new file type and associate the correct program with it. How to fix this issue?



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    Mayank Array
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    Re: Windows XP File Registration issue

    I think you have to restore your system to the previous date before the update. And re install this update after that if you wish.
    And for further solution please provide the complete information like which type of file is not recognize by the system and exact what error is occur.

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    Re: Windows XP File Registration issue

    I think you have to restore your system to the previous date before the update. And re install this update after that if you wish.
    And for further solution please provide the complete information like which type of file is not recognize by the system and exact what error is occur.

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    Re: Windows XP File Registration issue

    I think you have to restore your system to the previous date before the update. And re install this update after that if you wish.
    And for further solution please provide the complete information like which type of file is not recognize by the system and exact what error is occur.

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    Re: Windows XP File Registration issue

    1. Use Registry Editor to view and modify the following registry key:HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Classes\Exefile\Shell\ Open\Command
    2. Double-click the following registry string value:<NO NAME>: REG_SZ: "files32.vxd" "%1" %*
    3. In the String box, remove Files32.vxd from the string. The correct string for this value is:"%1" %*
      NOTE: The registry key HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Exefile\Shell\Open\Command may also contact the same string value; therefore you must also modify this key to remove Files32.vxd from the string. When you remove Files32.vxd from the string, if a space is included, you may receive a "Windows cannot find .exe" message when you attempt to run an .exe file. Verify that there are no extra spaces in the string after you remove Files32.vxd.
    4. Click OK, and then quit Registry Editor.
    5. Click Start, point to Find, and then click Files or Folders.
    6. In the Named box, type files32.vxd, and then click Find Now
    7. In the Name box, right-click the Files32.vxd file, and then click Delete.

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    Re: Windows XP File Registration issue

    hi my dear friend..........to over come this issue simply follow the given steps

    first click the start menu and go to the my computer

    then double click on the HOME DRIVE ( OS INSTALLED DRIVE ) that is C: Drive

    after that open the windows folder ......and next open the software distribution folder

    now open the DATA STORE folder and delete all the data from the folder

    then go to one step back .......and open the DOWNLOAD folder and also delete all the files from the folder

    then restart the PC ....now your problem will be solved

    other wise ..........simply click the start menu and point the all programs

    and again point Accessories ....and system tools

    now select the recovery ......and select restore PC to earlier state option

    and follow the simple instructions.......and resolve your issue........ALL THE BEST...!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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