I am running Windows Vista Ultimate, and accidently set Notepad as the Default Program to open all .dll files on my machine. Can't quite figure out how to ctrl+z this one. I don't know if this is significantly affecting my computer or not. It would be nice to know if it is and also how to alleviate this problem so I can restore the files to their original working order.
scru commented: MidiMagic is pulling your leg. It doesn't matter what is the default program to open dll files, because a normal user like yourself is not supposed to open them. The applications that need them will access them irregardless in any case. +3