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Encapsulated Post Script Files on Win XP??!!

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I'm not sure if this is in the right place or not, but I figured it belonged here. I've got an old XP machine that I want to give to an Uncle that does sign writing and vinyl cutting, since his machine has died, and really my old one will fit the bill nicely.

However, I've been trying to test his cutter on it, just to make sure everything is 100%, but I'm running into a very strange problem. I've downloaded a few Logo's in .eps format from the net, to test out with his cutting software etc, but when ever I save them, instead of being saved as .eps, it gets saved as .ps, which then results in the cutting software refusing to open it. I didn't have this problem on my own PC which is running Vista. This leads me to believe that there is some deficiency in Win XP.

Is this the case, and more importantly is there some work around that I can use?? I've tried google, and the only guide I get to is on the MS Forums but it's either badly written, or not written for XP!

Any help will be appreciated as always!
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I managed to resolve this by deselecting "Hide extensions of known file types", and then just manually changing the extension to .eps...Is there anyway to get it to do this automatically??
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