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dimkonst

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Hallo guys, this is the first time I join in.
I face a problem with internet explorer.
I have burned a CD with some autorun.exe, autorun.inf
and a webpage index.html.
What I would like to do is when I insert the CD into my dvd reader (drive F:)
to open automatically the webpage.
I trust autorun.exe to be OK and the autorun.inf reads

[autorun]
open=autorun.exe index.html
icon=logo.jpg

Now the problem is that the explorer opens the index.html page, but
on the Address bar it writes : "-nohomef:\index.html"
If if manually replace -homef: with F:, then it reloads thye webpage OK.
I imagine that this has to do with the I.E., since Firefox finds the address
correctly...
Any thoughts? Should I include some options in the open comand above?
Thanks alot.
Dimkonst
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Neil Jones

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Where has this autorun.exe come from?

This might be a better idea as this will directly launch the web page you specify:
http://www.avdf.com/.../art_ot005.html
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dimkonst

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Thanks alot I already downloaded autohtml and will try that.
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