create auto run CD for HTML page

Posted on 2009-07-15
Last Modified: 2013-11-14
how to create run CD for HTML Page??

Question by:Deyhim
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Create a file named "autorun.inf" at the root, edit it with notepad, and add :

open=iexplore index.htm

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Try it with an usb drive first.
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jfromanski earned 500 total points
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Create autorun.inf file containg

If you want use icon, then your .ico file should also be on CD

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flob9: your way will also work - but what if somebody hates IE?

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