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Old 12-05-2012, 09:36 PM   #10
MarciaCat
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Originally Posted by PeterT View Post
You can also muck with associations at the command prompt. The two key commands are
Code:
ftype
assoc
On my PC I see the following
Code:
assoc .acsm
.acsm=Adobe.ACSMessage

ftype Adobe.ACSMessage
Adobe.ACSMessage="C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Adobe Digital Editions\digitaleditions.exe" "%1"
ftype shows the linkage from a file type to an file type association

assoc then shows the linkage from an association to a program
I gave this a try; as may have been noted elsewhere in these forums, I am hopeless when it comes to using command prompt so that didn't work for me, but thank you for trying to help me, I appreciate it!

I just tried and set ADE to be default for non-DRM ePub and that worked just fine; I have no idea why .acsm files won't do it. Maybe if I deleted Sony Reader & Sony Library it would have no choice!
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