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I have few files with extension .kbd and .hsh
they R connected with which software ? which
software should i use to open ?
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Files with the .kbd extension are keyboard layouts.  Unfortunately, I don't know what .hsh is for.  Why do you want to open them?

I hope this helps.

--MikroData (jkjung)
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since, i couldn't find'em in any database, these seem to be files generated internally by an application, like a game that stores ur records of points, times or whatver. Check out if they are binary or in readable form.
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to find out the program associated with them, choose View from the Explorer window... Then File Types... locate the extension and click edit... This will pop-open a window that allows you to see which program they are assigned to...
- Matt
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these files are probly not assigned yet
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.KBD files are keymap files for FreeBSD. In theese files keyboard codes and characters are defined. For example there are defined characters that stands for D, D+Ctrl, D+Alt, etc.

HSH files are project files for MH3D - animation software from Hash software www.hash.com .
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.KBD files are keymap files for FreeBSD. In theese files keyboard codes and characters are defined. For example there are defined characters that stands for D, D+Ctrl, D+Alt, etc.

HSH files are project files for MH3D - animation software from Hash software www.hash.com .
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Anyone think that hateli took the answer and ran?  We haven't heard a peep from hateli since his/her original post!

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