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If an essential Windows file gets whacked by a virus or otherwise corrupted, restore it from the Windows CD. Search the CD for the filename, replacing the last character with an underscore; for example, Notepad.ex_. If it’s found, open a command prompt and enter the command EXPAND, followed by the full pathname of the file and of the desired destination: EXPAND D:\SETUP\NOTEPAD.EX_ C:\Windows\NOTEPAD.EXE. If either pathname contains

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How to modify *.exe files

learn how to change *.exe files, in 5 easy steps:

1) Don’t try to modify a prog by editing his source in a dissasembler.Why?
Cause that’s for programmers and assembly experts only.

try to view it in hex you’ll only get tons of crap you don’t understand.
First off, you need Resource Hacker(last version). It’s a resource editor-
very easy to use, You can download it at h**p://www.users.on.net/johnson/resourcehacker/

2) Unzip the archive, and run ResHacker.exe. You can check out the help file too

3) You will see that the interface is simple and clean. Go to the menu FileOpen or press Ctrl+O to open a file. Browse your way to the file you would like to edit. You can edit *.exe, *.dll, *.ocx, *.scr and *.cpl files, but this tutorial is to teach you how to edit *.exe files, so open one.

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How To Remove and Add Right-Click Menu Items from Files and Folders

Removing Items

A lot of programs you install will add themselves to the right-click menu of your files and/or folders. And most times, you have no choice in the matter and, as a result, your right-click menu can get very long with added items you don’t even use. Fortunately you can easily remove those unwanted menu items, if you know the registry values to edit. And Continue reading

How to delete undeletable files

Method 1
* Open a command prompt
* Navigate to the location where the locked file is
* Press CTRL-ALT-DEL, click on “task manager”, select the Processes tab
* Kill the explorer.exe process via the “End Process” button
* Go back to the command prompt and delete the file

command= “del filename or foldername” without quotes
* Bring up the task manager windows again
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This tip requires a change to the Windows Registry. Please see the MSFN Guide “Backup Your Registry” if you are new to the Windows Registry.

Windows Media Player (WMP) is a built-in application that allows you to play multimedia files. Like many other applications, WMP remembers the most recently played files and displays them in the Recent File List under the File menu. This feature is useful if you regularly play certain files, but you may want to clear the list if you share the computer and a user account or create archives and CDs.

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