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Windows 2000/XP disable popup when USB device is connected

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How can I stop the annoying pop-up that appears when I connect a USB device (eg. memory stick) to a PC thatis running windows 2000 Pro or Windows XP Pro.
Preferrably, I would like to know the registry settings rather than any other method.
This is urgent,

Thanks,

Roger
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by:Alan Huseyin Kayahan
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                    *Right-click your memory stick in my computer.
                     *Click Autoplay tab. In actions menu below, choose select an option to perform
                     *Click take no action. Apply and ok
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by:alcindor
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No Mr Husy,that doesn't work.
I would like some registry settings if anyone can help ?
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Key:  HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\ CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer  
Value Name:  NoDriveTypeAutoRun  
Data Type:  DWORD  
  0x91 - dafault value
0xDD - turn off autoplay for everything except your CD drives.
0xFF - turn it off for everything

I hope this helps
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by:alcindor
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That is what I needed, I still have a problen with "Adobe Photoshop Album Starter" popping up when I connect a USB memry stick ?
Thanks for the registry information,

Roger
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