I did something really, really stupid
For the only sure way *I* know of to fix this, you would have to go into the windows registry (using the "regedit" command), find the file association for the specific tile type, and remove it. However, I would *not* recommend this to anyone who has no experience with editing the registry, because the tiniest mistake can make a full reinstall of Windows necessary after all!
So I hope that either you know how to deal with regedit, OR that someone else knows another - and hopefully simple - way to help.
I found this link: http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discu...ation.html
which uses cmd command - scrap that,it's not going to work in this circumstance
and this little program(works for vista and 7): http://www.winhelponline.com/blog/unasso...s-7-vista/ - it does registry edit for you
Off-topic:Why I can't spell today?
* fanseelamb downloads for possible future use
Or you could just associate them with notepad or Clean Installer or something that wouldn't take eons to open if you accidentally double-click them. Personally my package files are associated with SimPE and I don't have a problem with that.
(23-04-2015 02:04 PM)Michelle Wrote: @Oeselian, it's not the .txt files it's all the .package files that use to be "unknown application" that are now opening with simPE.
Is it only the .package files? So what's the problem then? I set my system up like that on purpose, because SimPE *is* after all the ideal program to open .package files.
I had assumed the reason you wanted to change it was because you were constantly double-clicking the files and having to wait 20 minutes for SimPE to open or something like that.