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, Marcelo de Castro Bastos
> On 10/6/2004 19:15, dawolfbr invited the wrath of the gods by
> >I'm trying to make notetab to replace MS Notepad, but it's simply
> >1) I click Help -> Replace MS Notepad
> >2) I get a dialog box asking for confirmation. I click "Yes"
> >3) I get a dialog box stating that this feature may fail due to
> >Windows File Protection (WFP) and that Windows may ask to restore
> >original MS Notepad...
> >The thing is I don't get this message from windows and the
> >replacement simply doesn't work.
> >I'm the only user of my machine and I am Administrator, so what's
> >goin on?
> OK. What's happening is that Windows *is* silently restoring the
> original MS Notepad.
> In order to successfully replace MS Notepad, you have to do the
> 1. If your Notetab "thinks" you have replaced MS Notepad, execute
> "Restore MS Notepad." This will reset the system to the initial
> 2. Search for "Notepad.*" in all subfolders under the Windows
> (usually C:\WINNT). You may have to turn on the display of
> files to find all instances.
> 3. Either rename or delete the "Notepad.exe" file you will find in
> "dllcache" folder.
> 4. Open Notetab and execut the "Replace MS Notepad" command.
> 5. Windows will complain that the file has been changed and ask for
> original Windows CD. Click "Cancel" (or whatever is the option it
> displays at this time). It will complain some more, but that's OK.
> 6. Done!
> Marcelo de Castro Bastos
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