On 1/27/2012 7:47 PM, Dharmendra Goyal wrote:
> Nice analysis Eric. ANy idea why (which program set this) this
> particular registry was set.
Thanks Dharmendra! It was pretty exhausting.
I haven't a clue how this got changed. I tried goofing around with
shift, ctrl, etc. and I wasn't even able to get an "Open With" option on
the context menu. The only way I found to re-associate the file was:
Control Panel > All Control Panel Items > Default Programs > Set
Double click .bat
Browse to C:\windows\system32\cmd.exe
Select "Virtual Command Shell 9014006604090000"
So I doubt I did it manually. As far as what program made that
modification or what steps I went through to get Windows to give me the
option to re-associate a batch file, I don't know.
Now, once the association is set, it's impossible to remove without
editing the registry.
Thanks for spurring me on to find the source of the problem!
For kicks, here are a few links where people set the association
manually and were advised to delete the .bat\UserChoice key:
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