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Old 07-24-2005, 09:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question autorun probs with WinXP need help

ok i have a sound blaster card i think this is part of the problem it has some sort autorun software of its own i think i have unistalled it. My problem is that when i change cd's or dvds it dosent see the new disk or regonise that the other disk is gone untill i restart the computer. refersh dosent work and going to proprieties to turn autorun on or off or whatever has no effect either.

I have one more question for any windows gods out there. When ever winxp boots up i get a message that says cd burning software from roxio is installed and has been deactivated due to instabilty problems with win xp. I unistalled roxio deleted reg enteries and any folders i could find. I belive it is a driver file hiding out in my systems folder some where but i dont know where. Forgive my spelling i hated english class who would have know i would one day need it.

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Do you still have roxio in the program files folder? What about in msconfig? Also, delete the prefetch folder, after all this , reboot
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