Stuck on default

10 pts.
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Java
Notepad
I have a program, "Technic Launcher 1.0.1.3.jar" The problem is the ".jar". I coincidentally clicked on Command prompt as a default program and the "Use this as default program" all the time, was checked. The application is meant to be used as a Java 32-Bit program for Minecraft, and after much tinkering with the notepad and command prompt to open the file using them to open java and the program, all together. What I want to do is make it so the default for the program goes away and uses Java, and me being able to use notepad to get the program working faster.
-My Favorite line, and easiest
*Notepad*
@echo off
cd
start /realtime "".exe
and a few other ones I use for complicated purposes, I just want it to change the default. Unless you guys have a better way.


Software/Hardware used:
Lenovo
ASKED: November 29, 2012  12:32 PM

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