When trying to open a link in Windows Mail, get the message: "the file doesn't have a program associated with it for performing this action."

When you try to open a link in windows mail (Vista) get the message "the file doesn't have a program associated with it for performing this action. Create an association in the set Associations control panel

original title: Windows mail in Vista

When you try to open a link in windows mail (Vista) get the message "the file doesn't have a program associated with it for performing this action. Create an association in the set Associations control panel

original title: Windows mail in Vista

Usually, but not necessarily always, this problem has to do with your Intrenet Explorer or your main browser with NOT all its faults.

Open start > default programs > set your default programs > column on the left, click on Internet Explorer or your main browser...
He said "this program has all its defaults"?
If not, click on choose by default for this program > put on check all entries in the list > OK when finished.

Tags: Windows

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