How to Open VFS Files on Your Windows 10 PC

VFS is the archive format which is compatible with some software. VFC file includes directories index from the media storage or HDD. The file type is registered with few games and HP all-in-one-printers which uses the VFS file extension for the file archives. If you want to open VFS file on your Windows 10 PC, then follow the instructions mentioned below.

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Here’s how to open VFS file on your Windows 10 PC

  • Opening the VFS files of Game Archive with Dragon UnPACKer 5
  1. Some of the games have VFS archives which include photos, audio, map, and other items.
  2. Launch the VFS archive files with Dragon UnPACKer 5 by pressing on the Get the recommended version option.
  3. It is located on the programs online site.
  4. Press on the dup570beta-setuo.exe for launching the setup window for Dragon UnPACKer 5.
  5. After that, start installing the program with the setup window.
  6. Then, go to the Dragon UnPACKer 5 menu.
  7. Press on the File option.
  8. Click on the Open button.
  9. Choose the VFS option.
  10. After that, click on the Open option.
  11. It will launch the VFS option.
  12. You can find it by using the VFS subfolders on your left-hand side of the screen.
  13. At the right-hand corner, you will see the files inside every subfolder.
  • Converting HP VFS files to an Additional Formats
  1. You need to start converting the HPIMAGE.VFS file to different additional file formats like PDF, JPG, and ABM.
  2. Go to the HP All in One Thumbnail File webpage on the site given in the default browser.
  3. After that, choose the HP All in One Thumbnail file option.
  4. It is given on the upper side of the VFS Converter pull-down list.
  5. Choose the additional format.
  6. Press on the Convert option.
  7. Go to the converted file with a program which is compatible with this format.
  8. You can also remove the HP VFS files by disabling the Enable Faster Browsing option.
  9. If you want to complete this procedure, then choose the Setup option given on the control panel of the printer.
  10.  Choose the Preferences button with arrow keys.
  11. Click on the OK button to verify.
  12. After that, choose the Enable Faster Browsing setting tab.
  13. Click on the OK option.
  14. Choose the Off button.
  15. After that, click on the Ok option to verify the changes you have made in the settings tab.

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