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Customize your interface. [ General Guide ]

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I cannot open dds files with photoshop. Could anyone help me?

Here is what I did:
In the tutorial I found a link (in the last part of the tutorial) for texture editing tools NVIDIA Texture Tools.
In that web I clicked on the link "Adobe Photoshop Normal Map and DDS Authoring Plug-ins".
In that link I scrolled the page to the very bottom and clicked on the following link: "Adobe Photoshop Normal Map and DDS Authoring Plug-ins Installer Version 8.23 (4.2 MB)".
After downloading I executed the file, and selected my photoshop directory to install to: "C:\Photoshop 7.0 Adobe".
After installing I double clicked a .dds file and got a window asking what program I wanted to open it with, I chose photoshop 7.0 but I get an error saying it cannot open it because its not the correct type of file. :angry5:

What am I doing wrong? Help please ;)

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