HI..i developed one website tutorial for my students..that will supplied in CD-ROM(not publishing in internet)... i know making autorun webpage..by using bat commands &autorun.inf file.. my problem is while opening the page from disk..internet explorer stops the flash content,an yellow bar asking to allow conent from disk.. i dont want that bar ..please help me..i have to make it work in all my studnets systems with confirmation..
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Re: i need to autorun my offline website iin Cd-ROM..
In February 2006, Microsoft released an update for Internet Explorer which affects embedded content using the <OBJECT> and <EMBED> tags which is the primary method for displaying Flash content in web pages. After users update their IE browser, they have to click embedded Flash content before they can interact with it.
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- Run the “Registry Editor” (Start | Run | regedit | ENTER) - Select HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\CdRom - Double-click on “Autorun” - Change the value from “1? to “0?
- Open “Device Manager” - Expand “DVD/CD-ROM drives” - Highlight the drive you play your audio CD’s in - Right click it and select “Properties” - Click on the “Properties” tab - Turn off the “Enable digital CD audio for this CD-ROM device” - Click “OK”
maybe it is the board where you connect your cd rom...
i've also experienced that i cant connect my cd rom..after a while noticed that my power cable is the problem..the power supply of my computer can't handle to much load maybe because it is old...i try my cd rom to different pc and it work..
try to check your cables...or check if your power supply still good in it's output voltage...
To create an Autorun-enabled CD-ROM, proceed as follows:
Create an Autorun.inf File Autorun.inf is a text file that is located in the root folder of your application CD-ROM. It provides to the computer the name and the location of the startup program for your application that is installed when the CD-ROM is inserted. The Autorun.inf file can also contain optional information including the following:
The name of a file that contains an icon that represents your application's CD-ROM drive. This icon appears in Windows Explorer instead of the standard drive icon.
Additional commands for the shortcut menu that appears when the user right-clicks the CD-ROM icon. You can also specify the default command that runs when the user double-clicks the icon. Autorun.inf files are similar to .ini files.
The [autorun] section contains the default Autorun commands. All Autorun.inf files must have an [autorun] section.
icon: Specifies the path and the file name of an application-specific icon for the CD-ROM drive.
open: Specifies the path and the file name of the startup application.
Autorun.infThe following is an example of a simple Autorun.inf file. It specifies Filename.exe as the startup application. The second icon represents the CD-ROM drive instead of the standard drive icon.
[autorun] open=Filename.exe icon=Filename.ico
Check the disk for scratches, and try other disks to make sure the problem is not unique to that one disk. If all disks fail, then double-click on My Computer, then double click on the CD-Rom drive and see if a CD will run. The "autorun" option may have been disabled, which is very noticeable if you've been used to this feature working. To re-enable autorun, right click on the cd-rom drive in My Computer, and go to device properties - recheck the autorun or autoplay option.
If none of the above resolve, then turn off your computer. Open up your computer with screwdriver. Unplug and replug the cd-rom driver. Restart computer. Test cd-rom drive again.
If it still fails, Make sure you are connected to the internet (I am assuming Windows XP - Vista may vary): Go to Start --> Control Panel --> Printers & Other Hardware --> System --> Hardware --> Device Manager --> DVD/CD Rom Drives - se if the drive has a yellow exclamation by it - if it does, then right click on the yellow exclamation, and click install drivers - windows will most likely find a solution
If all of the above fails, write back with more details, including model/manufatcurer of cd-rom drive, and model/manufatcurer of computer.
1. Click Start, click Run, type regedit in the Open box, and then press ENTER.
2. Locate and click the following registry key:
3. To disable automatically running CD-ROMs, change the Autorun value to 0 (zero). To enable automatically running CD-ROMs, change the Autorun value to 1.
4. Restart your computer.
NOTE: This method disables automatically running CD-ROMs. If you want to disable automatically running CD-ROMs depending on the CD-ROM that you insert in the CD-ROM drive, you can press and hold down one of the SHIFT key while you insert the CD-ROM.
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