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Auto-run CD's

Posted on 2000-03-25
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I installed a Plextor CD writer, and I must have turned off the auto-run somehow, nothing will work automatically. How do I turn it back on?
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Start Explorer, and select View/Options/File Type. Scroll through the list until you find a listing for Audio CDs. Highlight it, and select the Edit button. You should see a panel showing the option 'play'. If it's not there, select "New" and put it in. Then select Play & click on the Edit button on this panel. There should be command there.
By defaut, Win95 is set to execute CDPLAYER.EXE with a command parameter of "/play". If that parameter is gone, type it in (without the quotes, of course).
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