30 April 2008

Mengembalikan associations file .lnk

Pada suatu hari, program microsoft word dirumah bos saya error. Pas saya cek, eh memang benar error... . Sekarang saya lihat komputernya, ternyata..... ada Open Office :) ha...., karena malas dan memang ga bawa CD "baj*ka*" Microsoft Office, ya sudah ajarin bos pake Open Office aja lah.

Ya sekitar 20 menit berlalu akhirnya si bos sudah lumayan bisa pake Open Office. Nah akhirnya kejadian tak terduga itupun terjadi... ( apakah kejadian itu ??? ). Gini, karena saking sok taunya saya, file dokumen yang ada di "my recent document" yang secara defaultnya dibuka dengan Microsoft Word mau saya ganti agar defaultnya menjadi Open Office. Klik kanan (pada ikon file dokumen di "my recent documents" ) | Open with | Browse | kemudian aku cari Open Office. Ga lupa aq centangin "always use selected program to open........." ya sudah terus aq OK.

Setelah saya OK. TERNYATA.................., Semua file shortcut semua dibuka menggunakan microsoft word :( hix3000x...... Karena saya pilih filenya dari "my recent document" yang notabenenya merupakan shortcut (yang berekstensi " .lnk ") dari file sebenarnya, ya sudah.... berubahlah semua.

Untung saja setiap hari saya selalu disediakan akses internet gratis dengan bandwidth lumayan guede. Ya sudah langsung saja saya cari solusi balikin file " .lnk ". Tanya sama Om Google eh........ dapat, nih solusinya langsung dari microsoftnya:

RESOLUTION

You can correct this by either restoring the registry key from another working computer or manually replacing the registry key.

WARNING: Using Registry Editor incorrectly can cause serious, system-wide problems that may require you to reinstall Windows NT to correct them. Microsoft cannot guarantee that any problems resulting from the use of Registry Editor can be solved. Use this tool at your own risk.

To restore the registry key from another computer, perform the following steps:
1.Start Registry Editor (Regedt32.exe) and select the following subkey:
   HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\.lnk
2.From the Edit menu, click Delete.
3.On another Windows NT 4.0 computer, start Registry Editor (Regedt32.exe) and select the registry key HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\.lnk.
4.From the Registry menu, click Save Key.
5.Copy this file to the computer exhibiting the problem or to a floppy disk.
6.On the computer exhibiting the problem, recreate the registry key by selecting HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT and then from the Edit menu, click Add Key. Type .lnk for the key name.
7.Select the new key, click Restore from the Registry menu, and select the file from the other computer or floppy disk.
8.Quit Registry Editor and restart the computer. Test a Program menu item or shortcut.
To manually enter the information, perform the following steps:
1.Start Registry Editor (Regedt32.exe), select the HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT subkey, and then click Add Key on the Edit menu.
2.In the Key Name box type ".lnk" (without quotation marks), and then click OK. Note that you should leave the Class box blank.
3.In the Add Value dialog box, click OK to leave the Value Name blank, and click REG_SZ in the Data Type list.
4.In the String Editor box, type "lnkfile" (without quotation marks), and then click OK.
5.Select the .lnk key you just re-created under the HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT subkey. On the Edit menu, click Add Key and then type "ShellNew" (without quotation marks). Note that you should leave the Class box blank.
6.Click Add Value on the Edit menu, type "command" (without quotation marks) in the Data Name box, click REG_SZ in the Data name box, and then type "RunDLL32 AppWiz.Cpl,NewLinkHere %1" (without quotation marks) as the string value.
7.Quit Registry Editor, and then restart the computer.

Ok makasih microsoft.............

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