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If you have a Windows OS, you may have an issue with Autorun being disabled or no default program being associated with the CD. (To check open the File Explorer and see if the optical drive lists any content. Press the Windows key and E simultaneously (or double-click on the Computer/My Computer icon for Windows versions before Windows 8).) I will note that some Windows 8 computers will query a user about how to respond to a disc with a message that disappears before you notice it.
If no disc is listed, try using a cleaning disc to clean the lens. If you still get no response, check if the discs work in another computer. If they do, consider replacing the optical drive. (The drives do fail. Since a new internal OEM DVD burner will cost ~$20 for a standard desktop (SATA interface), they aren't worth fixing. Slim drives for laptops and ultra-small form factor desktops cost a little bit more.) If your computer is older and uses IDE (40-pin for desktop, 44-pin for laptops) ribbon cables, the drives cost more. There are adapters that will work in some desktops.
If the disc is listed, double-click on the optical drive listing. See if you get a response from double-clicking a file on the disc. If that is the case, then Autorun for CDs has been disabled on the computer. Go to the Control Panel and then select the Programs section. (Start > Control Panel for Windows 7 and earlier; for Windows 8, press Windows key+ X and select the Control Panel or activate the Charms menu (Windows key +C) or hover on the upper right side of your monitor and drop down. Choose Settings and then Control Panel). Select the Default Programs and then the change AutoPlay settings. Scroll down to set the defaults for CDs. Click Save to make sure the setting holds. You may have to reset the AutoPlay settings at intervals. (There was some issues with malware on external storage that caused Microsoft to decide to disable AutoPlay for user "protection".)
If double-clicking on the file doesn't work, try right-clicking and choose Open With. Then search for a program that will play your music. You can set this program for future use from the default programs section of the Programs Control Panel. (Use the Associate file type with a program or Set Program Access and Computer Defaults links.)
I hope this helps.
Cindy Wells (Note: Windows 8 doesn't play DVDs without third-party software. or an upgrade to Windows 8 Pro + purchase of Media Center. The Media Player should play commercial CDs.)
click start control panel view devices and printers you should see your webcam from there if you are have trouble with your webcam click start control panel administrative tools computer management device manager scroll down image devices you could see a yellow question mark? right click to reinstall drivers or update driverxp click start right click on computer select properties device manager scroll to image devices expand right click to update driver in W7 software if you dont have the driver you will need to download one here are a few you could try although i could not find one for windows 7 Some webcams and programs require additional software, although that should be installed with the webcam if things are right. But is does not harm to check if your Java, Flash and Quicktimesoftware are installed and up to date. But certainly check your DirectX software, since all video applications, including webcams, use DirectX for video processing. Try downloading the latest DirectX version and install it (Windows XP: DirectX 9.0c- Windows Vista: DirectX 10). http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/Which-version-of-DirectX-is-on-your-computer hope this helps
If you did autometic update on your windows and your windows is not a original version then it can happen. It happens for updated genuin microsoft update, and it's would not remove from your system, you have to remove your operating system and reinstal.
Sorry aditya_007 but what you're asking for is not a service that is provided here!
Product keys can only be obtained 2 ways:
1. you recieve the key when you purchase your genuine microsoft product from a licensed retailer or Microsoft themselves.
2. by calling microsoft and purchasing a genuine product key for a product you obtained from another source.
Sorry but it's against the law to pass around keys and licenses for microsoft or any other vendors products.
hi there, firstly u had a virus on your system... but u know this aleady... so lets deal with what the virus left behind...
try this out:-
Open the Windows "Start" menu and select "Run...". In the Run box type
C:\autorun.inf -r -h -s and click OK then E:\autorun.inf -r -h -s OK and so on for all affected drives.
Finally check the volume root of each drive for autorun.inf file. Is that file present in any drive? If so, manually delete it.
then do this:-
1. You have to tell Windows to show hidden and protected system files first.
Then you should search your computer for all instances of files with
the name autorun (ANY extension) and delete them. DO NOT DOUBLE-CLICK
on discs that have any such files because you will again be infected!
3. Launch regedit - but make sure u backup your reg. first...
a ) Find the key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/Software/Microsoft/Windows NT/Current Version/Winlogon and check the value of the parameter Userinit. This should read C:\WINDOWS\system32\userinit.exe, nothing more. If Windows is installed on another disc, then, of course the disc will be indicated.
b ) Completely delete the following key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER/Software/Microsoft/Windows/Current Version/Explorer/MountPoints2.
This last step should be repeated for all user accounts on your computer. You should then restart your computer and that's it.
Verify you have Files and Folders installed in your networking componets.
Click on the Start button, and then select Settings > Control Panel.
Double-click on the Network icon. In the window that appears, make sure the Configuration tab is selected. If you do not see the Network icon, click on the view all Control Panel options link on the left side of the window.
In The following network components are installed: section, if you do not see File and printer sharing for Microsoft Networks listed, then: Click Add. Select Service and then click Add. Select File and printer sharing for Microsoft Networks. Click OK.
In the same window, click on the File and Print Sharing button.
In the dialog box that appears, check the box next to "I want to be able to give others access to my files". Uncheck the box for "I want to be able to allow other to print to my printers".
Click OK, then OK again; you will be asked to restart your computer. Click Yes to restart. The computer will automatically restart.