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PostPosted: Wed Jul 07, 2004 3:00 am 
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Unable to open compiled files with IE 6.0 FrontPage, notebook or any other known program. Susggestions?
Thanks in advance.
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First what do you mean by compiled?

A normal HTML document can be viewed as plain text with Notepad...


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 07, 2004 3:22 am 
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The file in question has an cmp extension, not html.


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larry wrote:
The file in question has an cmp extension, not html.


This is what I found for .CMP...

CMP = Address document of Route 66
CMP = Compressed data (PKWare compression library)
CMP = CorelDraw header file for PostScript printer files
CMP = CraftMan data
CMP = Discorp CMP Image image format
CMP = JPEG bitmap image (Lead CMP compression)
CMP = Leadview Bitmap
CMP = Microsoft Internet Explorer custom menu plugin
CMP = Mime: application/vnd.yellowriver-custom-menu
CMP = Ms Word for DOS user dictionary
CMP = Open Access File
CMP = Photofinish Calibration MaP


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In addition to above, there's a few more found in the below link. Any particular reason you need this file open? You're going to have a heckuva time narrowing the correct program down:

http://www.filext.com/detaillist.php?extdetail=CMP


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 08, 2004 1:12 am 
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Sorry for leading you astray...the extension is chm. If I haven't thoroughly disgusted you by know, maybe you can use the proper info for a workable solution. (the file in question is the user manual for a new Creative card.)
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it's just a help file ...


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larry wrote:
Sorry for leading you astray...the extension is chm. If I haven't thoroughly disgusted you by know, maybe you can use the proper info for a workable solution. (the file in question is the user manual for a new Creative card.)
Thanks,


You may have to open it through one of Creative's interfaces. It may be a commpressed file as well. Did any software come with the card?

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 08, 2004 11:32 am 
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Right you are. It's a help file readale though Creative install interface. Thanx for the help.
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