Fixing File Extension Problem
Posted by katroboy pada April 6, 2009
Hello guys, I want to share with you all my experience how to fix File Extension registry problem. Two days ago I install software that open and play my .mid file. That file usually opened with Microsoft Media Player, but with the limitation of Media Player, I install the MDI player applications. I Already successfully installed the software and it’s can play my File Extension mdi smoothly, but one thing came in my way, it’s not a freeware, I must purchase a licensed if I want to used it after 30 days. Because I don’t have enough money to purchase the licensed, so I decided to uninstall the applications.
The software already uninstalled, but one problem show up, now I can’t automatically open the .mdi file when I double clicked in Windows Explorer. It’s true that I can manually choose the Microsoft Media Player to play it, but it’s a little bit annoying. Then I go to the internet and search Google ask the question how to fix this case, and Google answer it with a link to a web site called computerfileextensions.com, this site over me a software that scan and fixing my registry for such case. Now, after I downloaded the application, install it and scan my registry for problem, I can open my .mdi automatically.
So, if you have the same problem with me, maybe yours File Extension TORRENT, you now know how to solve it.