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right click menu - open has disappeared from menu


nissanalmera

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Hi,I have windows xp service pack 3. Just recently open has disappeared from top of right click menu for SOME shortcuts but not others.(very confusing)Can this be rectified? Thank you.

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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yes Norton should be giving you ample protection so probably just a windows glitch which sfc should cure.

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nissanalmera

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Had full scan Norton ---Nothing.Likewise Malwarebytes and superantispyware.

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lotvic

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Did you download the .zip file, extract it and open it to run the URL File Association Fix (Restores default associations for URL - Internet shortcuts) that Fruit Bat /\0/\ posted yesterday? It is the third one from bottom http://www.dougknox.com/xp/file_assoc.htm

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nissanalmera

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1otvic, You picked it!!!!!! Suddenly ALL is well.I thank you for pointing out.I was not sure which to pick.Fruit Bat you stalwart for being with me all the way.Sorry I did not pick up at the time.Thanks also to woodchip.It's marvelous to be able to do what to me,is my normal method of browsing.Thanks to all again.I should also include Doug Knox.

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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Glad its sorted.

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nissanalmera

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Thank you Fruit Bat

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