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Old 06-11-2006, 05:51 AM   #1
 
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Hello, recently I was messing around with my folder options and i came along the file types in the folders options, as you can see there are many registered file types below, anyway on that list I went along to "File Folders" and I was messing around with it, then i went to the advanced menu and see commands there for stuff...I touched something and now i cant get my folders opening normal.. Its like my folder is opening to another path, how can i set it back to the normal way it was so it can open my folders right again? Thanks.
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Old 06-11-2006, 07:38 AM   #2
 
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did you try system restore yet?
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If you go now to Folder Options -> File Types -> Folder -> Advanced, what do you see in the Actions window?
You should at least see there the "explore" and "open" actions.
Additionally, if you think you overdid it with "customizing" your Folder Options asettings, the two first tabs (General & View) have a button named "Restore Defaults" for you to press.
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