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autoplay doesn't work even with correct settings.


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shinigami_02

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hi,

i was referred here by Rorschach112 after helping me with removing malware on my system. after cleaning my system, i noticed that autoplay doesn't work anymore whenever i plug in removable media into my system, that includes portable HDs, cds, dvds, flash drives. i'm not sure if this was a side effect of the cleaning and i don't know how to get that feature back... i know it sounds trivial but i'm at a loss as to how to bring it back. i have already checked the autoplay properties of the drive and nothing's wrong. it's set at "prompt me each time to choose an action". i've also checked the services related to autoplay (shell hardware detection) and they're ok. i'm not sure about the registry entries if they have anything to do with it and i don't want to tinker with it since i'm not familiar. can anyone help me bring the autoplay feature back? i'd really appreciate it.
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markkal123

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check out the following. perhaps this might work.

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hi markkal123,

thanks for the help! it worked like magic. :)
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