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Autorun/play not responding


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#1 Braindust

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Posted 21 September 2012 - 07:24 PM

Hi.

I cannot get Autorun to work. I try to install my new AV/Security disk and get the same message 'Autorun is not responding'. In control panel, have selected 'Software and games to run'. Have checked Shell Hardware Detection, all settings are correct. Have tried Autofix but then get the message 'Microsoft Autoplay Repair Wizard has stopped working - a problem caused the program to stop working correctly'.

Checked the registry .. Autorun is correct value, tried to find 'NoDriveTypeAutorun', or 'NoDriveAutorun' could only find 'NoDrives' .. renamed it to both said earlier.. tried disk - no luck! So re-named back..just in case. Correct value in place.

Have tried running Autorun as admin - no luck! Have checked all drives - all devices working properly.

At a loss! Would appreciate some advice on this, please. Just don't know what else to try.. tried everything I could think of so I didn't have to come here and bother you again.

Vista basic SP2 32bit.

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Posted 21 September 2012 - 07:55 PM

By the way.. is it normal to find something called 'mircrosoft' in your registry? HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE won't say the rest, for now.




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