So I am not entirely sure what happened, but I think something may have been changed in the registry and now I can't open .VBS files in Windows 7.
I know it's not a file association problem.
I went to Control Panel > All Control Panel Items > Default Programs > Set Associations
There were .VB files listed, but NOT .VBS
So I went back to the original .VBS file and associated it with "Microsoft Windows Based Script Host" (Located at C:\Windows\System32\wscript.exe)
But then when I go back to try and run the file, I get this error: There is no script engine for file extension ".vbs"
And when I have Windows search the web to find a program to associate the .vbs file with, it can't come up with anything.
Please help, very confused.
Edited by Angel Rodriquez, 05 November 2015 - 02:56 AM.