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Outlook file extension Question

Q: Outlook file extension Question

Hello All,
Looking at a full hard drive issue I noticed that the outlook folder was extremely large (108GB+), when I opened it I noticed the pst files and the normal outlook files, but there are 18 files that look like the following;
     NAME                            DATE MODIFIED                        SIZE
SBSE___.7LD                       11/15/2013                            9,091,449 KB
SBSE___.7P7                        5/25/2013                             3,138,953 KB
SBSE___.9QC                       3/28/2013                             8,147,313 KB
SBSE___.38C                        6/14/2013                             8,488,809 KB
SBSE___.43C                        7/8/2013                               3,359,921 KB
This goes on for 18 different files, when I googled the extensions, they say they are unknown file extensions.  This account uses IMAP, are these something to do with the folders he created in outlook?  Do you think I am safe to delete them?
Also, we use a program called SyncbackSE to backup all of the files, and they are bringing over everything but these 18 files, they will not transfer, almost like it doesn't even know they are there, and these are not hidden files.
Any ideas what they are and if I can delete them?

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Preferred Solution: Outlook file extension Question

I recommend downloading and running Outlook PST Repair. It's a PST repair tool that I've used it in the past to recover emails, contacts, tasks and notes from corrupt Outlook files that are damaged or inaccessible. Supports Outlook 2000, 2002, 2003, 2007, 2010 and 2013.

You can download it direct from this link http://goo.gl/1bjhSi. (This link will automatically start a download of Outlook PST Repair that you can save to your computer.)


I just purchased a program called Multimedia Greeting Card Maker v4.2 this week. When I create a card, then test it within the program, it works fine. When I save it, it saves as a .CRD file.

What is needed to open this file? I've tried everything I have, and I am unable to find the answer, via Google


** Program's description**

This GREAT software package allows you to create musical animated greeting cards for all occasions. Load photograph and voice files of you and your family into your cards and make them something worth keeping. This can also be a great customer relations and advertising tool for businesses. With this software you can creat something you will be proud to Email or mail to your friends, family, and customers. This program already comes with files to create cards for: HALLOWEEN CHRISTMAS KWANZAA HANUKKAH VALENTINES MOTHER'S DAY FATHER'S DAY ANNIVERSARY BIRTHDAYS THANK YOU GET WELL THINKING OF YOU AND MORE But, THAT IS NOT ALL! The Internet is full of free graphics, clip art, music, and sound effects you can download and use to create greeting cards for any occasion or holiday! You can use your own sounds, artwork, digital photographs, scanned photographs, voice or song recordings. You will have SO MUCH FUN! Click to expand...

A:File Extension Question (.CRD)

Disregard this question.

It turns out I am required to send a .BAT file and an .EXE file with the card to get it to work. Wish I would have known that before the shelled out the dough. The cards does open, but it's a real hassle for the recipient.

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I have downloaded some ZIP files and I have no clue as to what to open them up with.
The file extensions are


If you have any suggestions of what to use, it would be extremely helpful.


A:File extension question

Check here, Derek:

File Extension

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I have a .dat file what app can I use to watch it.(Moderator edit: added topic description. jgweed)

A:File Extension Question

.dat files are, as the name suggests, data files. The data is in ASCII format. You should be able to open these in a normal word processor or in MS Notepad.


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I received a file in an email with the extension of .sec. I can't open it. It's should be a text document, possibly with a graphic. Would anyone know how to open this type?

I am tying on a computer that has Windows XP.


A:File Extension Question

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I just discovered 20 of these files in the C: root directory in one of my computers and have never seen them there before.

This is what the file name looks like:




I did a Google search on it and it appears to have something to do with MSN Messenger 8.0. If that's the case, I did install the 8.0 beta version about a week ago - which originally worked, but no longer does. I haven't uninstalled it yet.


A:Solved: A Question About File With .SQM Extension

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I have an Outlook Express user that just lost their "Sent Items" log. I know in Outlook I can search for *.pst files and then try to recover the user's data.

In Outlook Express, what's the file extension for the user profile.

I'm guessing that this user had the account changed and the original account is still there.

Well..I found half the answer to my question: the file file extension is sentitems.dbx. NOw I'm having a doozy of a time importing the data. Any sugestion??

A:Outlook Express: file extension?


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hope so


opens with? (apparently nothing I own)

have looked on the file extension source http://www.filext.com/ which has helped in the past, but to no avail...the CD was a gift from the friend of a friend, and supposedly contains fonts, but I can't seem to open it

any suggestions?


A:correct forum for a file extension question?


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I have searched the web for a solution to this problem in Outlook XP.

Each time an attachment comes in an email the attachment is disabled because something is adding the file extension .disabled to the end of the file name so it looks like this. filename.exe.disabled

I have edited the registry to open all extensions, I have double checked, triple checked this registry to make sure I didn't have the simplest mistake and can't find any.

I have searched the web for the extension disabled but can't find anything on any program that adds this to an attachment file name in an email.

Any suggestions or anyone ever have this problem?

Operating System Win XP SP2
Office XP
All update installed.

Have a great day.

A:disabled added to file extension in Outlook

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Well, fl studio file extension .flp, misteiously losz its default program.
It was not even in control panel >> default programs, extension was missing from windows.

In folder I did not changed to view file extensions, every other extension was not showed, but lets say PROJECT.FLP was showing like this in folder, and was threated like no extension, was threated like if it is just PROJECT and no fullstop and extension behind.

I fixed problem, but now when trying to reproduce again, and if I delete asocciation it will show just PROJECT, not PROJECT.FLP, that was weird problem and I would like to know why this happened?

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ive had some viruses lately and i think they damaged my icons

txt file and bat files show up as the icon for a file extension that is not known

i tried lots of programs and none worked please help me

also reg files dont work i click on them and they dont import

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 and

REGEDIT4 dont work either

thx in advance

A:Txt and Bat extension show up as the not known file extension icon


there all the file defaults, use the ones you need, also you should download hijackthis so a mod can tell you whether your computer is still infected

Download 'Hijack This!

*Save HJTInstall.exe to your desktop.
*Doubleclick on the HJTInstall.exe icon on your desktop.
*By default it will install to C:\Program Files\Trend Micro\HijackThis .
*Click on Install.
*It will create a HijackThis icon on the desktop.
*Once installed, it will launch Hijackthis.
*Click on the Do a system scan and save a logfile button. It will scan and the log *should open in notepad.
*Click on "Edit > Select All" then click on "Edit > Copy" to copy the entire contents *of the log.
*go to this thread and post the contents
*DO NOT have Hijackthis fix anything yet. Most of what it finds will be harmless or even required.

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are there any benefits and/or known problems with compacting a .pst file? i have one that is over 100MB in size and was considering compacting it to see if it would shrink in size. i'm worried, thought, that doing this might mess it up. any info would be great. thx.

A:Outlook 2K .pst file question

Just copy a backup and give it a go. Then you don't have to worry.

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I have been using this same Excel file for many years. I viewed on my new home laptop 2 days ago, using a 2010 Excel Version. It was created on 2007.

I opened it on my work computer, version 2003, and now get the above error message on both machines. The file can no longer be opened.

I have tried emailing it, still won't open.

I have chenged the file type to both .xls and .xlxs neither open.

I downloaded the program on the home page of this site, and it said no file issues, no known problems for this file.

When I click Open File, it still shows where I had the file opened (the file name in lighter gray font - but cannot open.) The original file is in black, and I can open. But, get that message.

I also tried to open and fix - and I tried both options, with formulas, and without formulas, and all it opened was foreign characters.

Any other suggestions? Or is this file gone? Unfortunately, my most recent back up is 3-4 months old...

Thank you for your help,

A:Excel File now says File Format or File Extension is not valid...

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I frequently use the File / Send command in Word or Excel to generate an attachement to an e-mail in Outlook 2007. Occasionally I forget that I do not have Outlook open (normally I read my e-mail on the G-Mail web site) and later find to my chagrin that the e-mail has sat in the Outlook Outbox and never been sent. Is there a setting in Outlook that will have an e-mail sent right away even if the program is otherwise not open?

Would there be a benefit to using Outlook Express instead?


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Hey everyone!
Ok, i hope ya'll can help me with this one. I spoke to my hosted exchange server people and they couldn't help me. I'll try to make sense out of this.

I am currently using Outlook 2007 on the computers I manage for my company. We use a hosted Exchange service for our email. I'm in the process of setting up a server in house and it's running Server 2003 with the goals soon of switching to running our own Exchange Server. A good friend of mine that is a network admin at his job is helping me with this.

Anyway, in the process of setting up our individual computers on the domain, we were setting up user logins for the domain. All went well except for one computer and now I'm stuck.

One computer is for our Administrative Assistant. Her login had been just "office". We had to switch her to a user name login of "jessica". Anyway, the login scripts weren't worknig as we wanted (long story there) so I set her up to just logging into her local machine, not the domain.

Now my problem: When she launches Outlook, it errors out. it is still looking for the .ost file that is located under the original "office" user profile...which as far as the machine is concerned, she has no rights to view that folder! i copied the .ost folder under the Office user profile to her jessica profile, but Outlook is still looking under the office profile.

Is there a way to repoint Outlook to look for an .ost file in a differen... Read more

A:Solved: Outlook 2007 and .ost file question

Easy. Use the Control Panel/Mail applet to blow away the email profiles. (Do this under her account.) Then, recreate her profile.


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I'm trying to open in Excel 2010 a file with .exf extension that is always a pipe delimited text file. I have set, using Windows file associations, to open this type of file with Excel. But, I would like for it to recognize that it is pipe delimited, so that I don't have to click on Delimited, Other, "|" to import the file. Any ideas? I also thought about using a macro to save some steps as well. Thanks for your help!

A:Excel import pipe delimited file based on file extension

Hi, welcome tothe forum
Macro is the solution, just start the macro recorder, give it a name and do what you do, stop the recorder and you have the macro.
Simple as pie

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I am trying to backup my Outlook folders using the Import and Export function. I'm just wondering whether or not "exporting" the file will cause those messages to no longer appear in Outlook itself, or if exporting just makes a copy. Thank you in advance for your help.

A:Question about Outlook Personal Folders File Export

Exporting copies - nothing is deleted.

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So I recently had a case of hard drive failure in which basically nothing of value was recovered in the original directory structure, however the drive was full of .chk files from a chkdsk run. I ran a quick script to change all of the extensions to .jpg, and most of the files were in fact intact.

Many of the files, however, are either corrupt, or are simply not JPEG files, and so will not open with the .jpg extension. Is there any batch renaming application that can analyze files by their header data, and append the appropriate extension automatically for the most commonly used filetypes?

A:Batch file extension processing by file header?

Usually file recovery software does that (before the files are recovered as chk files). I don't know of any app that will do what you said though. But if you don't have too many files, use a hex editor to open them and rename accordingly. I use winhex (just for viewing though), but any other will do. Here's a few strings that may help:
JFIF .jpg
PNG .png
MZ .dll or .exe (at least 32-bit - dunno how they are for 64-bit or 16-bit executables)
moov somewhere in the file .mov (may not be at the beginning)
GIF89a .gif
ftyp .mp4
**\rtf1 .rtf
000001BA21000100 (in hex) .mpg (MPEG-1 at least - don't have MPEG-2 samples to test ATM)
3026B2758E66CF11 (in hex) .wmv or .asf

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I have tried to download an Excel (.xls extension) from a web site I use. On download I get a file with a .xlsx extension which will not open in Windows Office 2010. I successfully downloaded the file using Chromodo so I assume there is something corrupting the download via windows 10 Microsoft browser?

A:downloading excel file changes file extension to .xlsx

Originally Posted by bcubed

I have tried to download an Excel (.xls extension) from a web site I use. On download I get a file with a .xlsx extension which will not open in Windows Office 2010. I successfully downloaded the file using Chromodo so I assume there is something corrupting the download via windows 10 Microsoft browser?

Hi there
on the download is there a SAVE AS option -- that might work if you change the default to .xls

Otherwise I think there are some xlsx viewers where you could view the file or change it to xls. (Note changing to xls will possibly remove some formatting etc).


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I bought a Western digital 2.5" portable hard drive with 120 GB of capacity. I have downloaded a back up file to it from my windows XP computer but I cannot open the bkf file to see what files were actually copied. The error message tells me I need to create a file association to open the bkf file and I don't know how to do that! Any suggestions?

My experience with the Western Digital support has been a waste of time.


A:Solved: create file extension to open bkf file

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I dont know if Im on the right section to post this.

I just want to ask to our fellow members and gurus here, I dont know what went wrong but suddenly the unknown file types in my Windows 7 PRO x64bit doesnt display its file extensions anymore..

How can i restore it to default? to display the file extensions on unknow file types in windows 7...

Any tips would be much appreciated. Thank you..

A:Display File Extension on Unknown File Types

Windows Explorer/Organise/Folder & Search Options/View.

You should find it in there. (that's "hide extentions for know file types") Might be what you need.

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Hello, I use Notepad++ to edit Python files which have the file extension .py such as "sample.py"

I would like to set Notepad++ as the default program to open .py files.

When I open a .py file I get the popup asking me which file I want to use to open. But I do not get the choice to set the default program to open this extension.

When I go to Settings|Choose Default Apps By File Type the .py extension is not listed.

Looking through the registry I see that there is no .py handler.

Q: What is the method to manually add a file extension and associate it with a program?


A:File extension not in file association list

hey I figured it out!

1) Settings - Indexing Options
2) Advanced button
3) File Types tab
4) Add New Extension to List box, type in extension (without a period) such as "py"
5) Click OK and Close
6) Settings - Chose a default app for each type of file
7) Scroll down to file extesion
8) click Choose a Default
9) select a program
10) The first time you open a file with this new association, you will get a popup asking you which program to use to open this file type. Your default program will already be selected and a checkbox with Always use the program to open this type of file will already be selected as well, just click the program type. After this you are golden.
11) Damn I spent 3 hours on this! Ugh!

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please can anyone tell me how to open .HDD file format.
some days back my hard disk crashed. when i recovered my data
specifically video file, it is showing video.hdd and could not open in window
media player or VLC.

please help me out.


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Please help me!

I've searched the forum and found this
but is this solved yet?

The problem is, I have that W32/Autorun.AD virus on my laptop.
but I can't seem to search all the files i need to delete.
file extension and even the hidden file won't show. I've unchecked the "hide extension for known file types" but it keep checked itself again everytime I reopen the folder options. Same problem with the "show hidden files & folders"

Anyone know how to solve this? please help... thanks! here is my log:

Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.2
Scan saved at 11:48:06 PM, on 5/7/2009
Platform: Windows XP SP2 (WinNT 5.01.2600)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v7.00 (7.00.6000.16608)
Boot mode: Normal

Running processes:
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Apple\Mobile Device Support\bin\AppleMobileDeviceService.exe
C:\Program Files\Google\GoogleToolbarNotifier\GoogleToolbarNotifier.exe
C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe
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A:File extension & hidden file won't show

can anyone help me please

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please can anyone tell me how to open .HDD file format.
some days back my hard disk crashed. when i recovered my data
specifically video file, it is showing video.hdd and could not open in window
media player or VLC.

please help me out.


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This is my 1st post, hope I don't break any rules.
But I really need some help.

I've searched the forum and found this
but is this solved yet?

The problem is, I have that W32/Autorun.AD virus on my laptop.
but I can't seem to search all the files i need to delete.
file extension and even the hidden file won't show. I've unchecked the "hide extension for known file types" but it keep checked itself again everytime I reopen the folder options. Same problem with the "show hidden files & folders"

Anyone know how to solve this? please help... thanks.

A:File extension & hidden file won't show

You should post this topic in Security and HJT its a virus/malware issue.

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I have Windows XP SP2 installed.

There are presently 246 files in the C:\WINDOWS\$NTSERVICEPACKUNINSTALL$ folder with a .000 extension that add up to tens of MB's.

These files appear to be duplicates of other files with the same name.

I'm pretty sure that files with a .000 extension can be deleted in XP, just like they can in 98 and ME, but I want to be sure.

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I have a video that has the .ASF extension and it plays in Windows Media just fine. What is that extension and it there a way to change the extension or is there even a need to? I know I can rename it but am not sure what to rename it as.

A:Solved: Extension Question

Don't need to convert it if you are just playing it in media player.

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I dont have a phone plug available where my PC is. I currently have DSL and am using a 75ft phone extension cord to connect my modem. Will this cause me a lost in speed by using a phone extension cord? Are there any alternatives besides connecting wireless?

A:phone extension question....

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I have Firefox 47. Have not updated to version 48 yet, but I do have updates set to automatic for the browser and extensions.

I get a message that said, "Another program would like to make changes to Firefox settings." The programs were Ad Block Plus and My WOT which I had for years and years. This is the first time I have ever gotten this message. Why most likely did I get this message. It happened when I opened up Firefox.


PS. Update history shows that I was auto-updated to version 47.1 yesterday. I also have Windows 10 on a desktop and was updated to version 48 a few days ago. Was version 48 made mainly for the release of Windows 10's anniversary update?

A:Firefox Extension Question? Windows 8.1

I don't think Ver 48 is only for Win 10. I'm on Win 10 and still sitting at 47.0.1. Mozila doesn't push updates out to everybody at one time.

To answer you question about that message, I think mozila made changes in security for FireFox in 47. That is when I first started seeing that message.

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ok then I am stumped for a solution for I think is probably simple!

I have a broadband connection in my house, which provides Wifi for the home via a Netgear Wireless router and a wired connection to a couple of home laptops. All fine and dandy.

My new home studio is ready for occupation and in a separate building 75m away, so is well out of wifi range from the house.
The studio does however have a BT extension socket which is connected to the same home phone line via a cat 5 cable.
I realise that I can plug a single computer into this socket using a filter and that would provide broadband for 1 computer.

Thing is, I need to have decent broadband for 2-3 Macs in the studio (I am a video editor).

My question is:
What are my options for getting preferably Wifi in the new building, or at least 2-3 wired connections from this single BT socket?

I have a new spare DLink wireless router, is it possible to have 2 WiFi routers connected to the same Bt line? so the Netgear one serves the house and the Dlink one configured the same to serve the studio?

I purchased a Netgear Ethernet switch, after being told by PC world that this is what I need. Trouble is it doesn't to me look connectable to the BT socket /filter as it lacks an ADSL socket.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

A:WiFi /Broadband extension question

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The cord on my keyboard is to short so I'm looking for an extension.

I have a Microsoft keyboard, does this mean I need to buy a special extension cable for this keyboard or can I just go to ebay or where ever and buy any old kind?

Thanks in advance.

A:Question: Keyboard Extension Cable

Any extension cable will do as long as it fits. Your local computer store would have one or most electronics stores that have computer parts and accessories. Radio Shack also has them.

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Dear all,

This morning I have just get an email from my friend, and he attached a file that has extension (.hpd). Can everybody know about this? Or someone know the program that support with this extension?

Looking forward to hearing from your help.


A:File extension

It is a variation of a .PDF file.
Click here to view what Filext said about it.

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This is a very quick one I am sure. Could someone tell me what the file extension *.lwp is and how I open the files?

A:File Extension

They're for Wordpro 96/97 Lotus

If you ever need to find what extensions mean go here:



Using Windows 98...A How To Guide

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i downloaded a file that is in .jar format. When I extract the files i cannot install the software. How can i install that software?

Please help

Thanks in advance

A:.jar file extension help

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I have just bought an interactive engine manual on cd. One of the categories is 'Consumer Demo.IWZ' Can anybody tell me how I can play this file please. I have looked to see if there is a free download to enable me to do this but could not find what I was looking for.


A:.IWZ file extension.

Have you checked to make sure that the file is not played from the CD itself using the software on the CD?

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Has anyone ever seen a file extension like this before? It came from a doctor's office, and for the life of me I can not find a way to open this file. Any help would be appreciated.


A:EAS file extension

It could be anyone of THESE

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I wanted to take a quick look at a APK file so I just right click on it and selected open with the wrong one.
Now I cant get them back to the way they were so I can open them in APKtool.
I found this on the net and before I try this can someone let me know its safe.
regedit (Registry Editor) opens, on the left pane (side), click on (Click on HKEY_CURRENT_USER first, then the list expands. You keep clicking until you get to where you need to go) HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion?\Explorer\FileExts?\. Then, after expanding 'FileExts?' in the previously mentioned location, find the '.apk' extension, right click it and click delete. Restart your computer, then it should work. All I had to do was delete that from the registry and the icons switched right back to the apk icons.
Thanks for any info. you can give.

A:APK file extension

Jack I don't know about doing this but would like to see the net link you got this answer from. If you do go ahead I would strongly urge you to back up the registry first.

Run regedit as admin and go to File click on it and Export it to a folder somewhere I keep mine in docs or even on the desktop (preferably one copy in two different sites). You can always revert back using this back up if it things go belly up.

Meanwhile I am going to have a look further

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I need to know how to open idx. file extension. I am trying to load correl paint and all the files are an idx file.

A:idx.file extension

"trying to load" meaning trying to install or trying to run??

If it is install, then at least one of the files must be an EXE. Similarly if you are trying to run it.

IDX files are normally Index files that provide fast access into another file, and one normally doesn't open them directly.

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Does anyone know the file extension .nxp? It seems to be an install file. I searched the net and the only information I got was that it came with apple II or something.

A:.nxp file extension

according to this website, .nxp is a project file for the NDXCARDS program. Hope that helps a little.

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I have 3 files I cannot delete.

They all have the same properties:

Type of file: File (.)
Opens with: Windows Shell Common
0 bytes.

They are located in: C:\Users\remax select01\Desktop

not folders, just files. 32-BIT

I have opened shell and searched for it, nothing.
I have tried to delete in safe mode, nothing.
I have tried to rename the file, nothing.
I have attempted to run the command prompt to delete it, but have been unsuccessful...probably just because I did it wrong...oh, also I have run unlocker, chkdsk, and fileassassin...no luck there either.


A:File Extension (.) ?!

What are the actual names of the files?
What are their short file names? To find out open the command line and issue the following commands:
PUSHD "C:\Users\remax select01\Desktop"

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I have a .cab file in a program that I would like to view and change but every method I have used has failed so far. Any ideas. The programes I have sed so far are, MS Command > expand, WinRar, 7-Zip, ZipScan and CabExplorer

A:.cab file extension

7-zip can view cab files.

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Hi everyone,

I don't know where else to post this question since there isn't a miscellaneous thread so I hope you won't mind if I ask on this thread.

I have a problem opening a file with D01 extension. This file was copied from an old 1980's computer with a security camera footage. This is suppose to be a video or data file but when I searched the web its always about a D01 audio file. I tried installing Winamp with a D01 extension plug-in to run it but it doesn't work. I don't know what other program can open this since the computer I got it from is so old.

Its really important that I can view this file because this is a footage of someone hitting my car, but the guy went to court and said I was the one who ran into his car.

If anyone can help that would be great! Thanks!

Also I have this file saved in my laptop which operates with Windows Vista.

A:D01 file extension

Hi. . .

Ironic to see this as I recently worked on a criminal case involving surveillance footage than was "un-openable". The New York State Police sent a DVD with 2 files on it - one had no file extension; the other an exe file named player.exe that failed when executed. That was it. Very nice of them. . . but they are the prosecution, although I think they have heard of reciprocal discovery. File opened. Defendant acquitted.

Your file - some questions, please -

1. Does the 1980's PC have a DOS OS?
2. What is the approximate date the footage was taken?
3. What device was it recorded on (digital camera, VHS, etc...)?
4. Have you ever seen the footage - if so how?
5. Did the 1980's PC actually record it?
6. How large is the file?
7. How was it copied from the 1980's PC - 1.44mb HD floppy?
8. Is the file compressed (1980's had FastBack)?
9. Have you ever found a program that will partially read it?
10. How did you copy it onto your Vista system?
11. Does anti-virus flag it?
12. Is it a single screen shot or is it like store surveillance footage - multiple screens (4, 8) on one screen?

I will give it a shot - but I need the file. Send me a PM and I'll provide email address.

Regards. . .



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I have Windows XP pro,someone send me an email with the file extension .P I cannot open this,can someone please help.This document could be important to me.


A:File extension

I found this at http://filext.com/p.htm
.P PASCAL Program File
ReaGeniX Code Generator Application Parameter File
Applause Picture
Progress 4GL Program
Cliq Accessories Datebook Permissions [Linux Suite PDF Description]
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Basically, you should ask whoever sent you the doc that you need it in a txt format, or something that can be recognised by your MS applications.

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Some time ago I backed up several hundred of my photographs onto a DVD.
Now Windows says that it does not recognize the file type so I cannot access the images.

The file extension is.........pbf.

What program can I open these files with please?

Keith Parker

A:.pbf file extension

Just a thought here -- copy one of the PBF files to another folder, then rename it so it ends in ZIP.

Then double-click on it and see what happens.

Regards. . .



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Please can anyone tell me a safe program I can use to open files with an extension of .npf? I have a Samsung phone and can use Samsung New PC Studio to download photos on to my PC but the address book has downloaded as npf files.

A:npf file extension

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