Re: Recover the file infected by .crypt virus
You need to change your File Associations.
My Computer, Tools menu, [Advanced], [Edit] for each Actions in the list.
Screenshot shows example for Open ZDL File-Type.
In screenshot, the Editing action... dialog shown. I included this because Avery forgot to put the %1 in quotes. Had to add the quotes as shown ("%1")to get the File Association to work. This is an error that other software installs make.
When you do this, before you edit anything, you should see exactly which application .crypt is being associated with. Try uninstalling the application BEFORE you do any editing in File Associations. This MAY get back your original associations without editing.
Computer System Specialist