Posted 08 November 2010 - 05:55 AM
-Open Win7 start button
-Type in CMD
-Right-click cmd.exe and select 'Run as Administrator'
-In CMD, type SFC /SCANNOW and press enter.
Windows might be able to fix something this way.
You need to restart the machine and try the autoplay again.
If still no joy, then go to Computer and:
-Right-click your system drive.
-Select Properties from the dialogue
-Click the Tools tab
-Under 'Error-Checking' make sure you tick both boxes.
You'll be prompted to schedule a scan to run on the next boot, click OK to accept this and Reboot.
Allow the scan to run till the end and the machine to restart automatically.
Then try your autoplay again.
Please get back to me with results and we can try a few more things if none of the above have worked.
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