Auto Run CD ROM

Posted on 2005-04-15
Last Modified: 2012-05-05

I am trying to auto run a Director Projector file on a CD ROM. I have created an 'autorun.inf' file in the root (also where the Projector is located) with the script:


It seems to work on some PC's and not others. Apparently their are ways of sorting this out!

Any help would be greatly appreciated,


Question by:jazzanova
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    Accepted Solution

    Hi Simon.

    Some machines are configured to disable autorun. There's nothing that you can do to change this configuration, via the CD-ROM. However, the user can manually change it, as in to enable Autorun, in the "Properties" of their CD-ROM Drive.

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    hey do a seach on this site fr autorun there is a wealth of information. heres a particularly useful link:

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