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Normally the file associations are handled during the installation process, but sometimes things do not go just right.
Open Control Panel>Folder Options>File Types and navigate to the PRPROJ. Choose PP CS4 for that. Note: if you are on Vista, the syntax might be slightly different.
Hope that this helps,
Thanks, I tried that but I still have the same problem. When I go to change the file association I navigate to Premiere Pro CS4.exe, select it and then hit open it then takes you back to the box with all the programs in it to pick from. Well in that box Premiere Pro CS4 does not show up. I can select other programs such as Photoshop and it will show up in that box, but for some reason Premiere does not...
Just FYI Premier Pro is in the following location.
C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Adobe Premiere Pro CS4
Did not know if that would make any difference for anything so I wanted to post it...
OK I got it to work... Man am I tired of messing with this thing...
What I did was the steps above that Bill Hunt pointed out, but when I got to the pproj file type I clicked on "Advanced" then from there I went to Actions and clicked on "New" then I just browsed for PProCS4 and you have to name the action so I named it Open.
Then I closed it down and right clicked on my project file and clicked on "Open With" then it magically allowed me to pick Premiere as the associated program. Everything is working just fine now...
Hopefully if anyone else has this problem this will help you out...
I always open the program first, and then the file.