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Am descarcat mai multe foldere cu imagini sau video din laptop pe un stick de 2gb. Am sters originalele. Apoi am constatat ca foarte putine din acele foldere. s au transformat in... nu stie nimeni ce!! Nici Windows! Spune ca nu stie ce sunt,dar "banuieste ca" sunt MIME files. Nu par sa fie! Exista va rog vreun program ,care sa gaseasca si sa deschida el ce si cum,ma puteti ajuta ,va rog?Tinem cont ca nu sunt expert IT,mai am si o varsta...etc!Sincer,tin mult la acele imagini!VA MULTUMESC MULT!!

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nu stiu sa atasez,nu ma lasa ,de fapt. sigur nu este zip. voi incerca imediat! multumesc

 

Stii sa faci Print Screen ? Incearca sa deschizi fisierul si cand iti apare vreo notificatie da un print screen la ecran ca sa vedem ce zice, despre ce e vorba. Salveaza print screen-ul ca jpeg image in Paint si ataseaza aici poza.

Ce extensie are fisierul ?

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Stii sa faci Print Screen ? Incearca sa deschizi fisierul si cand iti apare vreo notificatie da un print screen la ecran ca sa vedem ce zice, despre ce e vorba. Salveaza print screen-ul ca jpeg image in Paint si ataseaza aici poza.

Ce extensie are fisierul ?

 

Home File Help Guides Extension-less Files

Files with no file extension

 

 

Did your computer fail to open a Extension-less file? We explain what Extension-less files are and recommend software that we know can open or convert your Extension-less files.

 

It seems like you have come across a file with no file extension. The file extension tells Windows what type of file it is. Normally a file has a file extension, e.g. .PDF, that can be associated with a viewer for .PDF files, but when the file extension is missing, Windows does not know what to do with the file, as it doesn't know what type of file it is.

 

If the file was created on a Unix or Linux system, it is probably a plain text file you can open with most file viewers. If not, you may have saved the file using an incomplete file name when downloading it from the Internet.

 

It could also be that the file associations are broken on your Windows installation. We recommend that you run a free scan with Registry Cleaner Pro to see if your system is damaged.

 

 

Software we know will open extension-less files

Unfortunately we have not received enough suggestions for software that can open extension-less files yet. However, I would suggest that you try a free universal file viewer like Free File Viewer. It can open almost 100 different types of files - and very likely yours too

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