Thursday, August 13, 2009

Play or do not play your CD's automatically (AIN, Autorun, AutoPlay)
Windows XP

Auto Insert Notification:
Open the Group Policy window (Start > Run > GPEDIT.MSC)
Computer Configuration >Administrative Templates > System
Double-click Turn off Autoplay (Left pane)
Click the appropriate radio button
Select an option in the combo box ("Turn off Autoplay on")
Click Apply, and close the Group Policy window

In the left pane, set Autorun to 0 (Disabled) or 1 (Enabled)

Left-click the CD drive, then click Properties > AutoPlay
Adjust the settings for the various content types

Windows 2000

Enable: "Autorun"="1"
Disable: "Autorun"="0"

Windows 98

You must enable both Auto Insert Notification and Autorun if you want Windows to play automatically your CD's. Auto Insert Notification: If you disable Auto Insert Notification, Autorun will be disabled, and My Computer or Explorer will not be updated when a CD is inserted or removed. You will have to press F5 to refresh it yourself.
Control Panel > System > Device Manager > Right-click the actual CDROM drive > Properties >
Settings > Check or uncheck Auto Insert Notification

If you disable Autorun, commands in the Autorun.inf file will be ignored.[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer]
Enable: "NoDriveTypeAutoRun" = "95 00 00 00"
Disable: "NoDriveTypeAutoRun" = "BD 00 00 00"


You may have to reboot. If you hold down the Shift key when inserting the CD, Auto Insert Notification is temporarily disabled.

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