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Thread poster: Kees Hartmans
Kees Hartmans  Identity Verified
Netherlands
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Jan 18, 2008

Hello, has anyone experienced problems when opening zipped ASP files? My Windows XP refuses me access to a number of these files. I have tried switching off my firewall, but that did not help. Any suggestions?

Sincerely Kees Hartmans


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Jan Sundström  Identity Verified
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Please clarify Jan 21, 2008

Kees Hartmans wrote:

Hello, has anyone experienced problems when opening zipped ASP files? My Windows XP refuses me access to a number of these files. I have tried switching off my firewall, but that did not help. Any suggestions?

Sincerely Kees Hartmans



Hi Kees,

What do you mean by zipped? You try to open them from within Winzip, by doubleclicking, while they haven't been unzipped yet? In that case, why?

Apart from that, what is your intention with opening the ASP files?
You want to open them in Internet Explorer, just to view them?
Or you want to open them with a CAT tool, to translate them?

Did you try unzipping the folder structure, and open a file from within Notepad or MSIE, or TagEditor?

What is the exact error message you get from Windows?

/Jan

[Edited at 2008-01-21 08:52]


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Virus scanner Jan 21, 2008

Kees Hartmans wrote:

Hello, has anyone experienced problems when opening zipped ASP files? My Windows XP refuses me access to a number of these files. I have tried switching off my firewall, but that did not help. Any suggestions?

Sincerely Kees Hartmans


You'll want to switch off your virus scanner as well. That should be the most likely culprit.

HTH,
Benjamin


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Kees Hartmans  Identity Verified
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virus scanner Jan 21, 2008

Hello, I also tried that, but it didn't help either.

Kees Hartmans


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chord0
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how to open zip files Jan 22, 2008

hello
I see several people have problems opening zipped files, the best way to solve this is to go to internet browser and type winzip, you will be downloading a program that for a short time will be free, and will put an icon on your desktop called winzip.exe which will unzip files after a zipped file is downloaded and opened.

After some time I am not sure how long, this icon will ask you for money to continue working, my solution: deleted and downloaded again from the internet so you can continue unzipping files without charge.

a former computer teacher.
chord0


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Jan Sundström  Identity Verified
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Pls answer previous questions Jan 23, 2008

Kees Hartmans wrote:

Hello, I also tried that, but it didn't help either.


Kees, read my questions above, and post your feedback here. It's not clear to me exactly what you're trying to do...

/Jan


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Kees Hartmans  Identity Verified
Netherlands
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zip/unzip problems Jan 23, 2008

Hello Jan, I have an unzip program on my computer, before this program could start unzipping, Windows XP would inferfere and stop the unzip process. Yesterday afternoon the Microsoft helpdesk in the Netherlands helped me solve the problem. I was able to unzip my ASP files.

Thank you for your suggestions.

Sincerely Kees Hartmans

[Bijgewerkt op 2008-01-23 14:04]


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