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Voideka
02.08.2007, 12:15
The virtual drives for Daemon Tools 4.10 (had this problem with the previous version too) don't change the icons to represent what's on the drive. Also, the name doesn't change to the name of the image either, and I can't get auto run to work.

Autorun is set in DT options to work, so I dunno what's up.

KoRn
02.08.2007, 13:59
Maybe you have disabled autorun
in other programs like CloneCD e.g.

I fixed this problem on my machine by
executing the following "enable autorun.reg"
which should enable the autorun feature
again.
Worked fine for me!

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Servic es\Cdrom]
"AutoRun"=dword:0000001

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon]
"allocatecdroms"="0"

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\Curre ntVersion\Policies\Explorer]
"NoDriveTypeAutoRun"=dword:00000095

Kinlaadare
02.08.2007, 22:39
The problem here is not autorun, but AIN (auto insert notification) which are not the same thing.

The reg file provided by Korn reenables both autorun and AIN. You just need to copy the first and the 2 last lines in a file you name whateveryouwant.reg

ghost_zero
02.08.2007, 23:31
Shouldn't it normally be the first 3 lines for AIN..?
The last two lines are just Autorun specific...

Kinlaadare
03.08.2007, 01:18
Nope ;)
Tried it on my notebook before posting ;)
By the way, just checked in vista to see if there is something like that, but there's no explorer subfolder in policies (gonna check if that's possible via gpo, but not this evening)

KoRn
03.08.2007, 21:03
Maybe you have to create
the subfolder.

It irritates me that on
this (http://vistasupport.mvps.org/autorun_autoplay_don't_work_when_cddvd_is_inserted .htm) site
the subfolder
is also mentioned.

Kinlaadare
03.08.2007, 22:22
Yeah, I think you'll have to create it.
Beware of the values, they are not the same as in XP...

KoRn
04.08.2007, 13:29
Where is the
difference?

Kinlaadare
04.08.2007, 14:24
In XP, the value 0x95 means AIN is enabled.
In Vista, 0x91 means enabled, and 0xb5 means disabled...

Voideka
06.08.2007, 15:55
Thanks guys, it worked a charm!

KoRn
06.08.2007, 22:17
@Kinlaadare: Don't the values
in both os mean the following?


[X] Enable Autoplay for CD and DVD drives
[X] Enable Autoplay for removable drives
Value: dword:00000091

[X] Enable Autoplay for CD and DVD drives
[ ] Enable Autoplay for removable drives
Value: dword:00000095

[ ] Enable Autoplay for CD and DVD drives
[X] Enable Autoplay for removable drives
Value: dword:000000B1

[ ] Enable Autoplay for CD and DVD drives
[ ] Enable Autoplay for removable drives
Value: dword:000000B5

Kinlaadare
07.08.2007, 09:29
0x91=10010001
0x95=10010101
0xb1=10110001
0xb5=10110101

It could... flag armed => off

KoRn
07.08.2007, 20:39
Could be.

But are those values different
in vista and xp?
Do they have a different
meaning?