Windows cannot open NES files?
When Windows cannot determine which application to use to open this file format type, the cause could be:
We strongly recommend that you run a Instant Scan for related errors.
Files with the NES extension identify an ROM image file created by various Nintendo Entertainment System emulators. NES files store Nintendo game data that can be utilized on PC's. The NES files mimic the Nintendo system, allowing users to play the games on a PC. NES files may be opened using compatible gaming consoles.NES emulator files contain data that instructs the system on how to properly launch the game on a PC. The files store the system requirements and the data can be downloaded from the Internet. NES files can also contain a hardfile, which is a copy of the hard drive that are used by the emulators to properly launch the game.
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