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Microsoft MVP [Windows]
"David Pladgeman" wrote:
> In an effort to get IE to openup with a webpage on system startup, I
> a desktop link (a URL link) to the startup group.
> When I started up, I was presented with a message - what program do you
> to use -
> I selected IE but accidentally ticked the always associate box.
> Now all the links on my desktop have lost their icons and now don't work
> giving the error - no associate program.
> Can anyone help me put this back to working order.
> I tried a google search and looking on Microsoft website, but unless you
> know the exact terms to search for they are not much use.
> I have Windows 2000.
> Many thanks