Windows 10: Restore Default File Type Associations in Windows 10
Unassociate is to have a file type not set to open with any app by default.
.epub files are an eBook file. If you like, you could use the Windows version of the Adobe Digital Editions program below to view them.
Download | Adobe Digital Editions
broken REG association
The instructions presume the *.reg association is working. You might like to add a sentence on what do to if it is broken.
It's already been there in the bottom half of the note box under step 4 in OPTION TWO.
Hello , please could be possible if you can add .mdf and .mds register fix to Unassociate a software with type files? Thanks.
Hello pasildan, and welcome to Ten Forums.
Here you go. The .reg file below will unassociated .mdf and .mds files for you.
You are the best brink, incredibly fast answer... and thanks for the solution Even I asked to a guy from windows support and he didn't know how to fix this exact problem
You're most welcome. I'm glad it could help.
For some reason the windows troubleshooters suddenly are saying that there is no program associated with this extension. It used to work!
Please help me to reset this!!
Hello @Ahari, and welcome to Ten Forums.
I have added "diagcab" to OPTION TWO to restore its default association and hopefully help.
Wow! You are fast!
Thanks, I'll give it a go
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