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Help with file types

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  • Khris
    started a topic Help with file types

    Help with file types

    I need some help, I had tried to open a file in the maps folder one time, like the borders file and I ended up opening it with adobe. Now most of the files say adobe on them. Can anyone tell me what they are supposed to say?

    Thanks

  • 3490lmt
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    Re: Help with file types

    Originally posted by Khris View Post
    I need some help, I had tried to open a file in the maps folder one time, like the borders file and I ended up opening it with adobe. Now most of the files say adobe on them. Can anyone tell me what they are supposed to say?

    Thanks
    You need to learn about Windows file associations

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  • Khris
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    Re: Help with file types

    That's a good idea, but they might not know what files are on a tom tom. The borders file was an example, I don't remember the exact file.

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  • pe1agp
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    Re: Help with file types

    Originally posted by Khris View Post
    I need some help, I had tried to open a file in the maps folder one time, like the borders file and I ended up opening it with adobe. Now most of the files say adobe on them. Can anyone tell me what they are supposed to say?

    Thanks
    As far as I understand, I think it's better to ask this question to a Windows forum ?
    For what reason did you open that file ?

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