Old 01-20-2009   #1
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when i make a backup of a file do i have to call it something different?
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yes, windows doesnt allow you to have two files of the same name in the same folder...
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Here is the solution:

http://www.gtagaming.com/forums/showthread.php?t=112777
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Normally I append .bak or .old to files. The result should look like

file.dll
file.dll.bak

In Windows, open any Explorer window (i.e. Open a folder, such as My Documents). On Vista, hit the alt key. Click Tools and then Folder Options. Click the View tab. Just below Hidden files and folders, uncheck Hide extensions for known file types. Click OK.

This will allow you to view file extensions for all files and not just ones without program associations.
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