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Autoplaying with my CDROM

Posted on 1998-11-23
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Some how my cd stopped autoplaying game cd's yet continues to autoplay audio cd's.   The icon in my computer does change to the game's icon and when i double click the cd, all get is the cd's directory. Audio cd's work fine.. Whats going on? And How can I fix it..
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by:reiters
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you need to go into the device manager (right click on my computer) and click on properties.  Get the properties on the cdrom drive. Go to settings and make sure that "auto insert notification" is checked.
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linschoten earned 100 total points
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If that does not work then look in the registry for the AutoInsertNotification and change the value from "01" to "00"
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE  / Enum / SCSI ..... (the name of the CDROM drive will be here)

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by:darkfist_
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I used tweak ui, but thanks for the help..

Btw: Reiters, i tried that before and it didn;t work. But thanks for the input anyway.


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