operat0r_001 Posted March 7, 2015 Share Posted March 7, 2015 From what I can tell there is no 'easy' way to set file associations in windows. It has always been a pain because you have system level associations and user level associations for EVERY USER on the system... anyway lets stop Windows Media Player for GOOD.Sick of Windows Media Player always popping up when you click any media? Maybe you have more than one login or app that constantly tries to take over your file associations? Use this script to set them right!Run as administrator to reset Windows Media Player extensions it hijacks:http://rmccurdy.com/scripts/ ftype_wipe.exe These include: .MMS,.WTV,.3G2,.3GP,.ADTS,.AIFF,.ASF,.ASX,.AU,.AVI,.CDA,.M2TS,.m3u,.M4A,.MIDI,.mov,.mp3,.mp4,.MPEG,.TTS,.WAV,.WAX,.wma,.WMD,.WMS,.WMV,.WMZ,.WPL,.WVXExample of command line I use to set file associations:http://rmccurdy.com/scripts/ acc.bat.txt Source code to the binary that is just a 7-zip SFX Self Extracting zip with a Windows Batch file in it :http://rmccurdy.com/scripts/ ftype_wipe.bat.txt Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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