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XP DevMgr Error Codes.chm

By abouali.ca ·
Your instructions for this file The Windows XP Device Manager Error Codes Help file contains descriptions and troubleshooting tips for 32 Windows XP Device Manager error codes. Because many antivirus programs automatically filter out CHM files, we have renamed the XP DevMgr Error Codes.chm file to XP DevMgr Error Codes.txt for this download. Once you download and unzip the file you will need to rename the .txt file to XP DevMgr Error Codes.chm. Then simply double-click the .chm file and you'll be off and running. I'm not able to open this file, windows automatically adds .txt to the end of this file. It's name is XP DevMgr Error Codes.chm.txt now. How do I correct this?

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by NZ_Justice In reply to XP DevMgr Error Codes.chm

Highlight the file "XP DevMgr Error Codes.chm.txt" press F2 then delete .txt from the end of the file.

highlight the file right click with the mouse and select rename from the right click menu, then delete the .txt part of the file name.

Select/Higlight the file, press the and hold down the shift key then press F10, from the resulting menu select rename then delete the .txt part of the filename.

open the command prompt by clicking on start then run, type the following command in the command prompt windows "ren c:\[where the file is located]\XP DevMgr Error Codes.chm.txt XP DevMgr Error Codes.chm" then press enter

[where the file is located] eg "c:\documents and settings\Administrator\My Documents\" or c:\c:\documents and settings\Administrator\desktop\"

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by HAL 9000 Moderator In reply to XP DevMgr Error Codes.chm

If the above doesn't work and it should reboot into Safe Mode and try the above again.

It's just possible that for some reason Windows is seeing this .txt file as a vital file and will not allow you to alter it while running on Full Mode.

I'm taking it for granted here that you are logged in as Admin and not with a restricted User Account if you are using a restricted account you'll need to log in as Admin with all the Admin Privileges.

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