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I can't do a screenshot of this, but click the "Continue" button and then notepad will start.
You can then edit and save the hosts file with no issues.
well I’ve come up with a workable solution using Send To. Note: I’ve tested several of the 3rd party HOSTS utilities for updating the HOSTS file and these do not work …
Open up the files type drop down box and select "All files".The hosts file contains a list of IP address to hostname mappings and can be useful especially for web developers if they need to point a hostname to a specific IP address while developing or testing a website, without having to change settings on a DNS server.On Linux and Unix systems it is typically at /etc/hosts and on Windows systems (Windows 2000, XP, Vista) at c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts If you open the hosts file on Windows Vista and then attempt to save it as a regular user, you will get an error message as show in the screenshot below ("Cannot create the c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts file.Right click the "Notepad" icon and select the "Run as administrator option as shown in the screenshot below.The user account control dialog will then pop up and ask you if you want to run notepad as administrator.