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    Most games (bin. and cue. format ) have a nfo. file attached. I d/led 3 games with the nfo file and all three dont work. When i click on the nfo. file it says something like "System information cannot open this file. It might be corrupted or an unrecognized version." Im assuming all three files cant be corrupted, so is there another verion of something that i have to get?
    -TiMz

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  3. Software & Hardware   -   #2
    nfo files are info files. Open this using a text editor/viewer like notepad or wordpad.

    They contain info like serial/crack data etc.

  4. Software & Hardware   -   #3
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    if its a .nfo just right click on the file and "open with" Notepad, if you are doing that then i dont know, ive never had any .nfo files get corrupted as they are only text documents.

    hope this helps

    stoi

  5. Software & Hardware   -   #4
    right clcik the file name and delete the .nfo and replace that wih.txt see example bllow





    this is my document.nfo

    rename this to this

    this is my document.txt


    easy as that. hope this helps and remember to check out the new wizzandabe.tk site



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    Easier way around this:

    download and install GetDiz from Outer Technologies. It's a text viewer designed specifically for openig these files.

    Get it here.

  7. Software & Hardware   -   #6
    Originally posted by Lamsey@6 April 2003 - 19:23
    Easier way around this:

    download and install GetDiz from Outer Technologies. It's a text viewer designed specifically for openig these files.

    Get it here.
    Or another easier thing is to choose to integrate the .nfo file to open with notepad.

  8. Software & Hardware   -   #7
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    I think it would be easier for most people to install a new program rather than mess with the 'file types' windows.

    The other reason I recommend GetDiz is that it replaces all the
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    stuff with better-looking graphics.

  9. Software & Hardware   -   #8
    yea that not a bad app, but tkaes up space,resurses,etc ill still rename it.



  10. Software & Hardware   -   #9
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    it's actually pretty small and it only becomes active when you open the files.

    So it takes up about as much resources as Notepad does...

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    or just search on Kazaa for DAMN .nfo viewer.
    It's ridiculously small, and is only used to open .nfo files.
    Takes up almost no resources at all.

    this post is guaranteed 100% parrot-free

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