Follow the user prompts through the installation. If you wish UltraEdit to be added to your path so that it may replace Notepad, this option must be chosen during installation.
En notepad.txt file: (zit in de notepad.zip)
(de notepad.exe replacement kan je hier
WINDOWS 2000 NOTEPAD INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
** Note - You need Administrator access to make these changes (at least
with a properly configured system).
1. In the WINNT\system32\dllcache directory, rename the old notepad.exe
(if it exists) to notepad.exe.bak or something similar so that you'll have
it if you need to go back. (This directory may be hidden.)
2. Copy the attached notepad.exe into your dllcache directory. Windows 2000
will notice the change and pop up a dialog box asking you to insert your
Windows 2000 CD so that it can restore the file. Hit <Cancel>. You will be
asked if you're sure that you want to use the unsigned version; answer <Yes>.
3. After Step 2, you can go ahead and copy your new notepad.exe into
your WINNT and WINNT\system32 directories. You'll get the same dialog
boxes that you did in Step 2; just give the same responses. You're now
ready to roll. (If you do this before Step 1, Windows 2000 will take its
original copy from dllcache and replace your new versions.)
** Note that if you have your Windows 2000 CD in your drive when you do this,
it's possible that instead of popping up a dialog box, Windows 2000 will pull
the old notepad.exe from the CD and replace your new notepad.exe
without any notification. If this occurs, it won't hurt anything,
you'll just have to take the CD out and re-do Steps 1 and 2.
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